Exposition

VOLDELIG LYD (2019)

Edvard Haraldsen Valberg

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At our concerts we want to be firestarters for chaos, the unexpected, and fierce moshpits. We attempt to establish directionless energy with no particular purpose other than to fuck shit up in an everyday existence that we often feel to be dull, passive and predictable. Through this practice there is in particular one type of experience for which I have garnered an interest – what role danger and fear can play in a musical experience. And, right in the midst of it; the encounter of “zen” in chaos. When I, by chance, came across an article on danger music it became clear that danger in music already was conceptualized. What sort of experiences do we share? What accesses to understand the phenomena danger music is there? What place can these seldom and special experiences of mine of quiet, calm and clearness have in danger music?

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På konsertene våre legger vi til rette for kaos og uforutsigbarhet, og voldsomme moshpits. Vi forsøker å etablere en retningsløs energi uten noe særlig formål utover å “fuck shit up” i en hverdag som vi ofte opplever er kjedelig, passiv og forutsigbar. Gjennom denne praksisen er det spesielt en type erfaring som jeg har fattet interesse for – hvordan fare og frykt kan ta plass i en musikalsk opplevelse. Og midt oppi det; opplevelsen av «zen» i kaos. Da jeg ved en tilfeldighet kom over en artikkel om danger music viste det seg at fare i musikken allerede var konseptualisert. Hvilke erfaringer deler vi? Hvilke tilganger til å forstå fenomenet danger music finnes? Hvilken plass har disse sjeldne og spesielle opplevelsene mine av ro i danger music?
typeresearch exposition
keywordsdanger music, futurisme, honningbarna, sublim, Flow, fare, fear, zen, futurism, danger, violent, voldelig, sublime
date03/12/2018
published24/01/2019
last modified24/01/2019
statuspublished
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/540319/555502
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/vis.540319
published inVIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research
portal issue1. VIS Issue 1
connected toVIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research

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