Performances and collaborations in chronological order:

(Ng (2013). Premiered at PAF (Performing Arts Forum) 2014 and performed during the GAS (Göteborg Art Sound) Festival 2014. Performed by Ingeborg Zackariassen, Joakim Envik Karlsson, Linda Oláh, Sofia Jernberg, Toby Kassell and myself)

Barren (2015). Created in collaboration with Toby Kassell. Performed at 3:e Våningen, Gothenburg December 4 - 6, 2015, with funding from Kulturbryggan (the Swedish Arts Grants Committee) by Anna Ozerskaia, Fan Luo, Ingeborg Zackariassen, Janine Koertge, Linda Oláh, Maxime Lachaume, Oleg Stepanov, myself and sound technician Linus Andersson.

Blaha Lujza Tér (2016). Created in collaboration with Jennfier Torrence. Premiered by Torrence at Röda Sten, Gothenburg, in collboration with Levande Musik and Klangbotten, September 9, 2016. Performed at the Venice Biennale, Oberlin Conservatory of Music OH, USA, Quiet Que, Berlin, Pyramid Club, Wellington, Nya Zeeland, Khimaira, Stockholm, etc.


barren cont. budapest double quartet (2016/2017). Created in collaboration with Toby Kassell. Performed at Tou Scene, Stavanger, March 30, 2017, by Anne Bratteberg, Camilla Schnack Tellefsen, Ingrid Marie Thorsen, Jøran Ravndal, Karoline Aspaas Kvinnesland, Lina Birgitte Anvik Løvdal.

Ng revisited (2018). Performed April 29, 2018, at Rimi/Imir Scenekunst, Stavanger in collaboration with Ny Musikk Stavanger, by Ingeborg Zackariassen, Jennifer Torrence, Linda Oláh, Sofia Jernberg, Toby Kassell and myself. 

Close collaborators in alphabetical order:


Andersson, L. Swedish sound technician and musician.  (


Anvik Løvdal, L. B. Norwegian dancer.


Aspaas Kvinnesland, K. Norwegian dancer.


Bratteberg, A. Norwegian dancer.


Jernberg, S. Swedish singer and composer (mostly working from Norway).


Karlsson, J. E. Swedish dancer and filmmaker.


Kassell, T. British dancer and choreographer (mostly working from Sweden),  currently dancing for the GöteborgsOpera Dance Company. (


Koertge, J. German dancer (working mostly from Sweden), currently dancing for  the GöteborgsOpera Dance Company. (


Lachaume, M. French dancer (mostly working from Sweden), currently dancing  for the GöteborgsOpera Dance Company. (


Luo, F. Chinese (Hong Kong) dancer (mostly working from Sweden), currenty  dancing for the GöteborgOpera Dance Company. (


Oláh, L. Swedish singer and composer (mostly working from France).  (


Ravndal, J. Norwegian dancer.


Ozerskaia, A. Russian dancer (mostly working from Sweden), currently dancing  for the GöteborgsOpera Dance Company. (


Schnack Tellefsen, C. Danish dancer.


Stepanov, O.  Russian dancer (mostly working from Germany), currently dancing for Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. (

Thorsen, I. M. Norwegian dancer.


Torrence, J. American musician and artistic researcher (mostly working from Norway). (

Zackariassen, I. Norwegian dancer and choreographer (mostly working from Sweden), currently dancing for the GöteborgsOpera Dance Company.  (





Abrahamssen, H. (2008) Schnee (score). Copenhagen: Edition Wilhelm Hansen AS.


Bailey, D. (1992). Improvisation. Ashborune: Moorland Pub (in association with Incus Records).


Barrett, G. D. (2016). After Sound. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.


Baz, A. (2012). When words are called for. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.


Borgdorff, H. (2011). The production of knowledge in artistic research. Biggs, M (Ed.) The Routledge companion to research in the arts.


Bourriaud, N. (2002). Relational Aesthetics (Pleasance, S. & Woods, F. Trans.) Dijon: Les presses du réel. (Original work published 1998)


Burrows, J. (2015). [festivalpanorama]. (2015, 17 November). Panorama 2015 | Both Sitting Duet | Body Not Fit For Purpose :: Jonathan Burrows e Matteo Fargion [Video file]. Retreived from


Burrows, J. (2017). Keynote address for the Postdance Conference in Stockholm. Andersson, D., & Edvardsen, M., & Spångberg, M. (Ed.) Post-Dance. Stockholm: MDT.


Cage, J. (1978). Silence. London: Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd.


Cage, J. (1969) Notations. New York: Something Else Press


Cage, J., & Kirby, M., & Schechner, R. (1965) An interview with John Cage, The Tulane Drama Review, Vol. 10, No. 2. MIT Press, 1965.


Coleman, O. (2001, track 1) Friends and Neighbors [Vocal Version], Ornette Coleman – Friends And Neighbors – Ornette Live At Prince Street. BMG France. (Original work published 1970)


Coltrane, J.  (1977). First Meditations (for quartet). ABC Records/Impulse!.


Craenen, P. (2014). Composing under the skin. Leuven: Leuven University Press.


Crispin, D. (2014) ‘Scaling Parnassus in Running Shoes’: From the Personal to the Transpersonal via the Medium of Exposition in Artistic Research. Schwab, M., & Borgdorff, H. (Ed.). Exposition of Artistic Research Publishing Art in Academia. Leiden: Leiden Univeristy Press.


Dahlhaus, C. (1989) The idea of absolute music (Lustig, R. , Trans.) Chicago: The Univeristy of Chicago Press.


Davis, M. (1998) E.S.P. Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (Original work published 1965)


Davis, M. (1998) Nefertiti. Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (Original work published 1968)


Dunn, D. (1999) David Dunn, Purposeful Listening In Complex States of Time. LaBelle, B., & Roden, S. (Ed.), Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear. Berlin: Errant Bodies Press.


Entzenberg, C. (1998). Metaphor as a mode of interpretation (Doctoral thesis, Uppsala Univeristy, DiVA: diva2:169799). Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.


Entzenberg, C. (2013). Art from death originated. Stockholm: Art and Theory Publishing.


Ferguson, K. (2008). Pythagoras. New York: Walker Publishing Company, Inc.


Fiskvik, A. M. (2008) ”Ildfuglen i et koreomusikalisk lys”, Studia Musicologica Norvegica No 34.


Fitch, L. (2013). Brian Ferneyhough. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.


Foster, S. L. (2011) Choreographing Empathy. Routledge: Abingdon.


Godøy, R. I., & Leman, M. (2010).  Musical Gestures. Sound, Movement, and Meaning. New York: Routledge.


Gottschalk, J. (2016). Experimental Music Since 1970. London: Bloomsbury Academic.


Horkheimer, M., & Adorno, T. W. (1997). Dialectic of Enlightenment. London: Verso/New Left Books. (Original work published 1944).


Hughes, R. (2014). Exposition Research Schwab, M., & Borgdorff, H. (Ed.). Exposition of Artistic Research Publishing Art in Academia. Leiden: Leiden Univeristy Press.

Jones, N (1994, track 2) Nas: Illmatic. Columbia Records


Kafka, F. (1971) Investigations of a Dog, The complete stories (Muir, W., & Muir E. Trans). New York: Schocken Books Inc..


Karkoschka, E. (1972) Notation in New Music. New York: Praeger.


Knight, A. (2016, track 4) Marble Fanatics, On the prowl again. New York: Galtta Media.


Larsson, A. H. (2015) Here is nothing else to be seen. Installation piece. Vienna: Akademie der bildenden Künste.


Lehmann, H. (2010). Digitization and Concept: A Thought Experiment Concerning New Music (Hoban, W. Trans). Search. Journal for New Music and Culture (No 7).


Leukert, B. (2012). Booklet from fremde zeit addendum (Schwartz, L. Trans).  Berlin: Edition RZ.  


Lyster, J-C. (2016) Choreographic poetry: creating literary scores for dance, abstract (2016). Retrieved from:


Mann, T. (1997). Doctor Faustus (Woods, J, E., Trans.). New York: Vintage Books. (Original work published 1954).


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Mersch, D. (2017, October) From Science to Art. On the ’Ethos’ of Artistic Research. The Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. Keynote lecture at Artistic Research Forum Lecture conducted from Fredrikstad.


Orning, T. (1 March 2016) Eksperimentell praksis – eksperimentell verdering?, Ballade, 1.3.2016.  Available:

Rancière, J. (2016). The politics of aesthetics (Rockhill, G. Trans.). New York: Bloomsbury Academic. (Original work published 2000)


Rasmussen, B. (2014). The art of researching with art: Towards an ecological epistemology, Applied Theatre Research, Volume 2 Number 1. doi: 10.1386/atr.2.1.21_1.


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Schaeffer, P. (2012). In search of a concrete music. Los Angeles: University of California Press, Ltd. (Original work published 1952).


Spahlinger, M (2008) this is the time of conceptive ideologues no longer, Contemporary Music Review, Vol. 27 (No 6). doi: 10.1080/07494460802410302


Stamou, L. (2002) Plato and Aristotle On Music and Education: Lessons From Ancient Greece, International Journal of Music Education, issue 39. doi: 10.1177/025576140203900102, 3.


Steen-Anderssen, S. (2003/2006).Next To Beside Besides #7, preface.  


Tillman, J. (2001)  Postmodernism and Art Music in the German Debate. Lochhead, J., & Auner, J. (Ed.), Postmodern Music/Postmodern Thought. New York: Routledge


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Additional References.


Ablinger, P. German composer. (


Baldessari, J. American artist.


Beauchamp, P. French choreographer, dancer and composer.


Berg, E. Swedish violinist and currently chairman for Levande Musik (

Blonk, J. Dutch composer and performance artist. (


Blue Jazz TV. American pop band. ( )


Billone, P. Italian composer (mostly working from Austria)  (


Braxton, A. American composer and musician.


Cardew, C. British composer.


Cardiff, J. Canadian artist.


Carson, A. Canadian poet, author and translator.


Carter, R. American musician.


Coltrane, J. American musician.


Davis, M. American musician.


Durant, Y. French saxophonist and composer.  (


Dybwik, S. Professor at the University of Stavanger, Department of Performing  Arts. (


Ferneyhough, B. British composer.


Forsythe, W. American dancer and choreographer (working mostly from  Germany). (


Forsberg, M. Swedish choreographer. (


Galás, D. Greek-American composer and performer.


Garrison, J. American musician.


Hancock, H. American musician.


Hartman, H. Swedish composer and musician (mostly working from  Germany) often playing music on amplified objects. (


Hernandez, K. American violinist and artistic researcher (mostly working from Sweden). 

Hulenvik, T. Swedish composer, musician and sound technician.  (


Johnsen, S. A. Norwegian singer and performer.  (


Jones, E. American musician.


Jordan, S. Professor at the University of Roehampton, London, Department of  Dance.


Järnegard, E. Swedish composer. (

Kagel, M. Argentinian composer (mostly working from Germany), who  developed the instrumental theatre.


Kierkegaard, J. Danish composer and sound artist. (


Kreidler, J. German composer. (


Laban, R. Hungarian-British dancer, choreographer and theoretician.


Lachenmann, H. German composer that coined the term: musique  concrète instrumentale.

Lucier, A. American composer.


Lyhne Løkkegaard, N. Danish musician and composer.  (


Miller, G. B. Canadian artist.


Moir, C. Australian singer (mostly working from Sweden).  (


Monk, M. American composer, singer and choreographer.  (


Neumann, A. German musician often playing inside piano (a reduced piano where the strings, resonance board and metal frame have been detached from the rest of the furniture). (


Nyberg, F. Swedish poet.  (


Oliveros, P. American composer. (


Raxach, E. Spanish composer.


Schnebel, D. German composer.


Schwitters, K. German artist.


Schönberg, A. German composer most known for developing the twelve-tone  technique.


Shlomowitz, M. Australian composer (mostly working from the UK)  (


Shorter, W. American musician and composer.


Small, C. New Zealand musician and theoretician.


Smalley, D. New Zealand composer most known for developing the  spectromorphological approach to electro-acoustic music and field recordings.


Stockhausen, K. German composer. (


Tarr, B. Hungarian director know for movies such as Werckmeister harmóniák (2000), A londoni férfi (2007) and A torinói ló (2011)


Torvund, Ø. Norwegian composer. (


Tyner, M. American musician. (


Ullmann, J. German composer. (


Werder, M.  German composer. (


Williams, A. American Musician.