The design/artist duo, Studio Brynjar & Veronika, has since 2011 been creating a body of work driven from theatrical and natural references. Their practice may often link to anthropology and geology. They use various media such as drawings, photography, video, sound and objects in order to convey their work in a fruitful and a specific way.
Composer Þráinn Hjálmarsson is known for his detailed and finely woven sound world, where the act of listening plays a vital role. Where the perception of sound is ever transforming, revealing an otherwise obfuscated narrative, unfolding in time.
Sophie Fetokaki can be found writing and performing poetry, singing folk songs, devising collaborative performance works and dismantling pianos very slowly. She is currently completing a practice-based PhD at Huddersfield University, in which she investigates the liberation of embodied artistic practice from notions of work and productivity.
Hringflauta / Circleflute Project
Click here for the Circleflute texts, written by Sophie in collaboration with Þráinn and Brynjar.
A circle, mise-en-scène, an object, a character [teaser/excerpt] - Circle flute opera installation from Thrainn Hjalmarsson on Vimeo.
Circleflute on tour with Björk's “Cornucopia”