Aki Onda, Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir, Hildur Elísa Jónsdóttir, Logi Leó Gunnarsson


COURSE is presented as a possible answer to the paradox of “exhibiting sound” and simultaneously becomes a game or a puzzle. How can we create an exhibition that primarily appeals to the ears? The question is marked by a certain impossibility since sound and image live in a loop. The question poses a simple exercise that defines the framework of the exhibition, and involves examining sound based on its intrinsic and material qualities. When sound is allowed to purely be sound, its connections to our memories and other places become clearer and more tangible. We begin to physically sense it, we are transported by it, we travel with it through soundscapes.


Sunna Ástþórsdóttir and Þorsteinn Eyfjörð