Category Archives: Street art

Energy Bank in Tokyo

09 January 2013. Daikanyama and Shibuya, Tokyo. Energy Bank Crank & Go! took to the streets of Tokyo. Daikanyama provided a relaxed and relatively quiet environment for shooting a video demo/user manual. Moving to the very crowded and noisy crossing at Shibuya, sound tests and different user modes were carried out. Activities @ Shibuya Depositing energy: Charging… Read More »

Time to Switch

Time to Switch Workshop in choreography @ Oslo National Academy of the Arts 16-26.08.2011 Format: Body storming, brain storming, experiments, field trips, lectures and presentations From an historical perspective dance has not followed the general order of things. To cut a long story short, there was modern dance which was not at all “modernist”. Then… Read More »

Body Storm

An investigation of how specific spaces in the city can become narrative places through which choreographic scores for essentially movement-based improvisations can be created using my iPhone as a means of structuring the improvisations (running the scores) and communicating between participants. Funded by Arts Council Norway.

Electromagnetic Fountain 2008

Temporary public installation, urban intervention Fill with water, plug in and play Target audience: random pedestrians; city dwellers, tourists and passers by Video documentation Every city has an invisible twin, an architecture in flux made up of electromagnetic waves emitted by its numerous electrical and wireless communications devices. The water jets and lights of the… Read More »