Hear the sound of bridges brought to life in 360° spatial audio!
Sculpting a bridge in sound, the composition is created with recordings of the vibrations in the cables of suspension bridges. Adapted for spatial audio in the immersive full dome Planetarium cinema, Singing Bridges 360° features the sounds of bridges around the world.
An evolving composition of bridge vibrations, woven into a “dark, industrial, organic, chaotic, strange and beautiful” expanded experimental music, as the sounds resonate through the architecture and distances between them, to connect us with bridges in shared listening experiences. All bridges are always singing, in one cosmically interconnected polyphonic harmony.
All we need to do is tune in and listen.
Saturday May 21st
18:00 & 19:00
Speakers: Lars Pedersen, Artist Q&A with Jodi Rose & Mari Bastashevski
Planetariet i Trondheim Vitensenteret
Kongens gate 1
“INTO THE PINK SUN”
Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU
MFA2 Graduation Exhibition 2022
Jodi Rose is an artist, composer and creative director of Singing Bridges, an urban sonic sculpture playing the cables of bridges as musical instruments on a global scale. Rose explores the sonic and conceptual resonance of bridges through cable vibrations and site responsive installations. Connecting bridges around the world in a Global Bridge Symphony, her works are presented internationally. Rose is researching sonic bridges through art and technology for the International Master’s in Fine Art (MFA) in Art & Technology at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU Norway.
Performances & exhibitions include: Only Connect NyMusikk Festival, ‘Come What May’’ 2021 (NO), Audiosphere, Museo Reina Sofia 2020 (ES) Casula Powerhouse 2019 (AU), Middlesbrough Art Weekender 2018 & Glasgow International 2011 (UK), ISEA08 (SG), Pixelache 2004, 2007, 2010, (FI/SE), Mal au Pixel 2008 (FR), European Sound Delta 2008 (AT), CitySonics 2009 (BE), Sonorama-Besancon 2009 (FR), Break 2.3 New Species 2005 (SI), Transit Lounge 2007 (DE), Electrofringe 2006 & Liquid Architecture (AU), Sound in Space Audiotheque, Museum of Contemporary Art 1995 (AU).
The Global Bridge Symphony is supported by APRA AMCOS Art Music Fund.