Abstract

The exhibition took sound art to the streets and city spaces of the city of Roskilde, Denmark. Working with the premise that sound is part physical, part mental the exhibition investigated the constitution of the social space in a democratic sphere of 2003 - the year when Denmark for the first time since 1864 became part of an agressive war, the war in Iraq. Roskilde was also the centerpiece in the peaceful transformation into a constitutional democratic monarchy in 1848. The artists were asked to work with aspects of those premises. Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Scanner, Brandon LaBelle, Ane Mette Ruge, Rune Fjord, Thierry Geoffroy, Stephen Vitiello, Rosan Bosch, Wonderphone, CoMa.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date10 Apr 2003
Publication statusPublished - 10 Apr 2003

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Social Space
Sound Art
Denmark
Stephen Vitiello
Sound
Centerpiece
Monarchy
War in Iraq
Constitution
Physical
Scanner
Artist
Carl Michael Von Hausswolff

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2003, Curating Sound Art.

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