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Radio component of non-profit and artists-run gallery Entrée (est.2009), located in Bergen, Norway. Entrée Radio is home to Ludo Sounds, an ongoing podcast series that focuses on female contemporary sound artists, composers and technicians through interviews, discussions and features of new works.

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Radio component of non-profit and artists-run gallery Entrée (est.2009), located in Bergen, Norway. Entrée Radio is home to Ludo Sounds, an ongoing podcast series that focuses on female contemporary sound artists, composers and technicians through interviews, discussions and features of new works.

    Branches by Peter Child

    Branches by Peter Child

    'Branches' is a suite for recorders—tenor, alto, soprano, and sopranino—in five short movements. It was composed for the opening of Lina Viste Grønli’s exhibition 'Nye skulpturer' at Entrée, and the music responds to the work in that show: The sculptures are assemblages of branches and chewing gum that resemble wooden flutes, hence the recorders. In addition, the opening notes in the first movement are based upon the word ‘branch’ (in which, happily, the name ‘Bach’ is nested), and almost all of the pitch material in the rest of the piece is derived—branches out—from this opening figure. /Peter Child

    Peter Child is a composer and Professor of Music at
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge,
    Massachusetts, USA.

    The piece is performed by Patricia Michlits.
    Recorded by Arve Stigen/Duper Studio.

    • 6 min
    JIMEI X ARLES INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL: 'Supply Chamber' w/ Cammisa Buerhaus

    JIMEI X ARLES INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL: 'Supply Chamber' w/ Cammisa Buerhaus

    Cara Stewart & Cammisa Buerhaus, Supply Chamber, 2015
    A piece installed at the JIMEI X ARLES INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL curated by Thora Dolven Balke

    • 11 min
    A1 - 01 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Entrée og Palmera

    A1 - 01 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Entrée og Palmera

    On Thursday, April 12, 2018, Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis walked between three points in Bergen, Norway: From Entrée to Tag Team (which took approximately thirty-one minutes), from Tag Team to Palmera (thirty-nine minutes, give or take) and from Palmera to Entrée (a shorter walk of around twelve minutes). They recorded what they heard along the way: a soundcheck for an afternoon concert, jingling keys, and joggers’ feet on gravel, to name a few examples. Somewhere in the middle, they bought three 7-inch records from a small shop. They hadn’t heard the songs before, or heard of the musicians, but the records’ graphic paper sleeves, displaying shapes and lines in geometric configurations, looked a lot like walking paths, or winding routes on a map.

    For their contribution to Orienteering, a group exhibition in public space produced by Entrée, Palmera, and Tag Team, Lewis & Taggart offer three soundscapes—one for each stretch of the walk connecting the three galleries—composed by blending their in-situ recordings with audio sampled from the vinyl singles.

    • 10 min
    A2 - 01 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    A2 - 01 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    On Thursday, April 12, 2018, Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis walked between three points in Bergen, Norway: From Entrée to Tag Team (which took approximately thirty-one minutes), from Tag Team to Palmera (thirty-nine minutes, give or take) and from Palmera to Entrée (a shorter walk of around twelve minutes). They recorded what they heard along the way: a soundcheck for an afternoon concert, jingling keys, and joggers’ feet on gravel, to name a few examples. Somewhere in the middle, they bought three 7-inch records from a small shop. They hadn’t heard the songs before, or heard of the musicians, but the records’ graphic paper sleeves, displaying shapes and lines in geometric configurations, looked a lot like walking paths, or winding routes on a map.

    For their contribution to Orienteering, a group exhibition in public space produced by Entrée, Palmera, and Tag Team, Lewis & Taggart offer three soundscapes—one for each stretch of the walk connecting the three galleries—composed by blending their in-situ recordings with audio sampled from the vinyl singles.

    • 7 min
    A2 - 02 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    A2 - 02 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    On Thursday, April 12, 2018, Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis walked between three points in Bergen, Norway: From Entrée to Tag Team (which took approximately thirty-one minutes), from Tag Team to Palmera (thirty-nine minutes, give or take) and from Palmera to Entrée (a shorter walk of around twelve minutes). They recorded what they heard along the way: a soundcheck for an afternoon concert, jingling keys, and joggers’ feet on gravel, to name a few examples. Somewhere in the middle, they bought three 7-inch records from a small shop. They hadn’t heard the songs before, or heard of the musicians, but the records’ graphic paper sleeves, displaying shapes and lines in geometric configurations, looked a lot like walking paths, or winding routes on a map.

    For their contribution to Orienteering, a group exhibition in public space produced by Entrée, Palmera, and Tag Team, Lewis & Taggart offer three soundscapes—one for each stretch of the walk connecting the three galleries—composed by blending their in-situ recordings with audio sampled from the vinyl singles.

    • 7 min
    A2 - 03 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    A2 - 03 Ledsagende lydspor for rute mellom Palmera og Tag Team

    On Thursday, April 12, 2018, Andrew Taggart and Chloe Lewis walked between three points in Bergen, Norway: From Entrée to Tag Team (which took approximately thirty-one minutes), from Tag Team to Palmera (thirty-nine minutes, give or take) and from Palmera to Entrée (a shorter walk of around twelve minutes). They recorded what they heard along the way: a soundcheck for an afternoon concert, jingling keys, and joggers’ feet on gravel, to name a few examples. Somewhere in the middle, they bought three 7-inch records from a small shop. They hadn’t heard the songs before, or heard of the musicians, but the records’ graphic paper sleeves, displaying shapes and lines in geometric configurations, looked a lot like walking paths, or winding routes on a map.

    For their contribution to Orienteering, a group exhibition in public space produced by Entrée, Palmera, and Tag Team, Lewis & Taggart offer three soundscapes—one for each stretch of the walk connecting the three galleries—composed by blending their in-situ recordings with audio sampled from the vinyl singles.

    • 4 min

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