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selected projects:

  • 2003-2014 redfrik. alias for my own audiovisual work. solo performances in sweden, holland, uk, japan, germany, poland, greece, spain, mexico
  • 2001-2016 /f0. alias for my video related work. many collaborations, installations, performances. all over europe, asia, america, australia
  • 2000-2017 musicalfieldsforever. a 17 year long collaboration. exhibitions and research projects mainly in the scandinavian countries
  • 2003-2009 klipp av. defunct audiovisual duo. performed in 9 countries including tours in japan, usa & australia

selected writings:

  • 2006 computer music journal sum06+dvd: 'klipp av: live algorithmic splicing & audiovisual event capture'
  • 2004 read_me04: 'live algorithm programming & a temporary organisation for its promotion'. co-author
  • 2003 icmc2003: 'a protocol for audiovisual cutting'. co-author with nick collins

selected presentations:

  • 2014 'creative constraints'. fonoteca nacional, mexico city
  • 2010 'artistic constraints'. l'ull cec, esmuc, barcelona, spain
  • 2008 'media arts & new productions'. ycam, yamaguchi, japan
  • 2008 'one-bit music'. [in]tolerance, club-transmediale, berlin, germany
  • 2007 'live coding practise - another month'. loss livecode festival, sheffield, uk
  • 2006 'klipp av keynote'. acmc06, adelaide, australia

selected work experience:

  • 2011-2016 hardware and software developer. the rhyme research project, oslo, norway
  • 2009-2017 teacher. audiovisual programming course. universität der künste, berlin, germany
  • 2005-2008 teacher. sound/music programming course. kristianstad university, sweden
  • 2007 software developer. ifields research project, certec/furuboda, lund, sweden
  • 2004-2006 research fellow. prof. mark d'inverno, university of westminster, london, uk

selected education:

  • 1996-2000 master of fine arts: composition. royal university college of music, stockholm, sweden
  • 1994-1996 diploma: arrangement & composition. luleå university of technology, sweden

selected stipends:

  • 2009 summer residency. as composer for the european bridges ensemble, hamburg, germany
  • 2008 6 months, artist in residence, iamas, japan