Slow moves performed by BOP (Bjelkeborn & Pignon) at Studio84 5 mars 2019, recorded in one take. Thomas Bjelkeborn on electronics, wii nunchucks and laptop. Paul Pignon on sax and voice. It's not a flaw, it's a feature. This music was composed and recorded as part of preparations for the Porting self project.
This is Polymorpher from Sound Quartet on Vimeo. In 2013 Émilie Girard-Charest played solo at the wonderful Quiet Cue in Berlin run by the fantastic Nicolas Wiese and Michael Renkel. Thomas Bjelkeborn and Philippe Moenne-Loccoz played as Sound Quartet on the same night. Thomas met with the others again in 2015, now for joint work and a concert in Lyon where Émile does her Phd and Philippe lives. In 2017 they all performed as a trio at Fridays PUSH Fylkingen supported by Kultur Stockholms stad.
Sound quartet (Thomas Bjelkeborn and Paul Pignon) at Audio Art Festival 2014
This is a excerpt from the KET project performed live in Gävle 22nd november 2015. With Thomas Bjelkeborn and Koray Tahiroglu on live- electronics and live video. This is a commissioned work with support from The Swedish Arts Council. All research and artistic work was done at Studio 84 Stockholm Sweden and at Sound and Physical Interaction research group Alto University Helsinki Finland.
This is a preview of the On Watching audiovisual work first performed at Reina Sofia museum for modern art in Madrid during the In-Sonora festival 2014.
This is the first studio session at Studio84 during a residency in Stockholm. Recorded performance of Sound Quartet (Thomas Bjelkeborn and Paul Pignon) ft. Viv Corringham from New York.
This is a clip with only the sound and the video from the live performance of the KET project in Gävle 22nd november 2015. With Thomas Bjelkeborn and Koray Tahiroglu on live-electronics and live-video. This is a commissioned work with support from The Swedish Arts Council. All research and artistic work was done at Studio 84 Stockholm Sweden and at Sound and Physical Interaction research group Alto University Helsinki Finland.