Multichannel sound design for Per Roar's performance project (2005).
KOMMANDO was an artist duo project with Jørgen Larsson and Morten Kvamme that was operative 2003-2005. It was initiated by Bergen Kunsthall as short term exhibitions to go in-between the regular program in their spaces.
A brick wall of sound was a sound installtion for the windows at Ny Musikk's offices in Oslo in autumn 2005.
In 2005, Clear Channel tried to get a major deal with the city of Bergen as the only public space advertiser. In return, Bergen was supposed to get new bus shelters and some public toilets. A group of protesters and activists from different political backgrounds ran a big campaigne which resulted in a complete loss for Clear Channel.
NORSKE LEDD (Norwegian Joints) is a sound portrait series based on the sounds of joints and tendons. The series consists of 9 portraits of Norwegian celebrities.
FEMTE VEGGEN (The Fifth Wall) was KOMMANDO's third project. This time it was graffiti, public space, how society treats minority's expressions that was the focus of their attention.
B for Body was a dance performance by Trine Saltermark, premiered in Brønnøysund October 2002. The sounds was generated from recordings of the sound of the dancer's joints and tendons. It was also played at the Dance Glance Festival, Oulo, Finland in May 2003.
The Shareday was a political action April 2003 that fuelled an ongoing debate about copyright and filesharing.
The second project in the mrkl-series, Ost Port was a collection of 10 portraits found on a french porn site.
pl0t02 was a net based project from 2002 involving 130 different national hymns.
(The Log Sonata)
Two Logs. One Grand Piano. A Computer. 16 speakers. A remarkebly simple setup with a completely uncontrolled output.
Decadance was a short dance and animation film by Gaute Hesthagen.
"ARBEIDSMANDEN" was a joint project with Grethe Melby, Thomas Sivertsen and Jørgen Larsson.
PLOT was a multiuser composition tool for the www in 2001.
This was a site specific concert with 8 speakers, soap bubble machine, electrical lamp and piano for "Borggården" at USF, Bergen.
Arne Talsmann was Telenor''s (the largest tele company in Norway) speech synthesis engine in the early 00''s. It could speak Norwegian, but had a pretty strange and sometimes unwillingly funny pronunciation.