Sound Installation by Matterlurgy

Kraftstasjonen i Jøssingfjord

Dalane Kulture Festival

Open at the following times:

Weds 20 March 16.00 - 18.00

Fri 22 March 16.00 - 18.00

Screening in Sokndal Cinema:

Sat 23 March 12.00 - 14.00

Installation now open Weds 20 March and Friday 22 March 16.00-18.00

Flom Sang is a sound installation by artists Helena Hunter & Mark Peter Wright (Matterlurgy, London UK) who are artists is residence as part of the Dalane Kulturfestival. Matterlurgy have created a sound artwork that is comprised of pupil's voices from Sokndal School, musical contributions from the Sokndal Musikkorps, and audio recordings and poetry from the river Sokna. The artwork explores people’s relationship to water; how it shapes imaginations, how we live with it, feel it, voice and sound it. How water tells stories, shapes futures, influences imaginations, and highlights broader contexts of environmental change. Flom Sang will be installed in Kraftstasjonen i Jøssingfjord along with a short documentary film about the making of the artwork by filmmaker Magne Østby. There will be additional sound and poetic works to experience in the space, the sound work is approximately 15-20 minutes in duration and the film is approximately 5-10 minutes.

Screening Sokndal Cinema Sat 23 March 12.00-14.00 

This special screening event will include a surround sound experience of Flom Song and a screening of the short documentary about the making of the work by filmmaker Magne Østby. This will be followed by a free screening for children of the film Vaiana.