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Sound Sculpture lab Retrospective

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“Sound Sculpture lab Retrospective” presents a five-year production dedicated to the creation of interactive sound works, developed in the project Sound Sculpture labs studio and sound studio at Stenkrossen in Lund. The exhibition offers visitors a unique opportunity to freely interact and create soundscapes with a variety of works, and prototypes thereof, including experiencing works never before shown publicly. Sound Sculpture lab is run by the artist Jon Nicklas Lundberg.

The project Sound Sculpture lab, with the subtitle "Interactive sound art for the public space", has developed series of works that all follow a certain thematic and technical structure, often where kinetic constructions meet electronic experimental soundscapes. In the project, Jon Nicklas Lundberg has loosely tied up the creation of sound works around the classical elements earth, air, fire and water, where he searched with obstinate and dogmatic experimental methods for useful glitches, errors with potential; a search in the noise to find something to reevaluate. An iterative process, an iterative search, where the original goal matters less than the outcome or what may be discovered along the way.

Free entry, open to everyone!

Jon Nicklas Lundberg (SE) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Malmö, Sweden. His practice revolves around sound, but experimentally he branches out into other media where he explores their potential for expression through sonic interweaving. He is interested in participatory transformative processes where definitions have to be re-evaluated, thereby bringing into focus urgent social and political issues. Jon Nicklas Lundberg has exhibited and performed his art nationally and internationally.

www.jnlundberg.com

The exhibition is organized by Sound Sculpture lab. The exhibition has been made possible thanks to project support from Lunds kommun.

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“Sound Sculpture lab Retrospective” showcases a five-year production dedicated to the creation of interactive sound works, developed in the project Sound Sculpture lab's studio at Stenkrossen in Lund. The exhibition offers visitors a unique opportunity to freely interact and create soundscapes with a variety of works, and prototypes thereof, including experiencing works that have never before been shown publicly. Sound Sculpture lab is run by the artist Jon Nicklas Lundberg.

The project Sound Sculpture lab, with the subtitle "Interactive sound art for the public space", has developed series of works that all follow a certain thematic and technical layout, often where kinetic constructions meet electronic experimental soundscapes. In the project, Jon Nicklas Lundberg has loosely tied up the creation of sound works around the classical elements earth, air, fire and water, where he searched with obstinate and dogmatic experimental methods for useful glitches, errors with potential; a search in the noise to find something to reevaluate. An iterative process, an iterative search, where the original goal matters less than the result or what can be discovered along the way.

Free entry, open to everyone!

Jon Nicklas Lundberg (SE) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Malmö, Sweden. His practice revolves around sound, but experimentally he branches out into other media where he explores their potential for expression through sonic interweaving. He is interested in participatory transformative processes where definitions have to be re-evaluated, thereby bringing into focus urgent social and political issues. Jon Nicklas Lundberg has exhibited and performed his art nationally and internationally.www.jnlundberg.com

www.jnlundberg.com

The exhibition is arranged by Sound Sculpture lab. The exhibition has been made possible thanks to project support from the municipality of Lund.

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Friday 31 May 2024, at 17:00

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