When I prepared myself for my participation in Sound at Nissan, I closely inspected the bridges in the area around Halmstad and contemplated the possibilities. “Strindberg's Bridge”, (or Gamletullsbron) striked me as ideal for An Acoustic Study Of The Ocean. As a “thank you” to the fish and other underwater inhabitants that I expected to hear through the installation, I also wanted to give them the opportunity to share sounds with the beings under the river surface, so I also made a piece on the other side of the bridge, called Play The Bridge For The Fish!.
An Acoustic Study of The Ocean was a sound installation that I made as part of Sound at Nissan, Halmstad 2016: Sound Art along the river. International artists and local inhabitants co-operated in a series of sound expeditions, installations and performances along Nissan - from the harbor, passing by Tullkammarkajen and all the way up to Slottsmöllan. Organizer: Harp Art Lab. Guide book in English.
I performed four pieces: Play The Bridge For The Fish!, Sound Fishing, An Acoustic Study Of The Ocean, and Stringed Stirrups in collaboration with Ann-Louise Liljedahl and Mikael Ericsson. I also had two guest appearances as a rabbit in performances by Kajsa Magnarsson.