microworlds

In September 2019, Till will set out for a two-week expedition to Kilpisjärvi in the three-nation border between Finland, Norway and Sweden. Here he documents his journey.

on microworlds

on microworlds

Microworlds are semi-isolated habitats and parallel worlds. Microworlds are areas of diversity. Microworlds both host, and are themselves, organisms. In microworlds, boundaries between individuals blur. Narratives can be found by diving into them. Microworlds contain stories around non-human societies that can be uncovered and recorded.

setting the context

setting the context

This will be my 4th time in the Kilpisjärvi area. It is a special place that, since I had the privilege of spending time there for the first time in 2013, I am regularly coming back to in my thoughts and dreams. composed soundscape from the 2016 residency At first, Kilpisjärvi seems to be scarce Continue reading setting the context

Saarijärvi

Saarijärvi

On September the 27th, 2016, seven people from different countries and with different backgrounds made their way to the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, invited for an Ars Bioarctica residency. In 2019, I turned my recordings from a day near lake Saarijärvi into a 34min piece that is now part of the microworlds album. microworlds by LFSaw Continue reading Saarijärvi

Preparations

Preparations

Whom will I find? Rehearsing and background research for in-the-field sonic interventions. reading Salonen: Stories told by stones Greye, Bovermann: Instrumentality in Sonic Wild{er}ness, in Musical Instruments in the 21st century — Identities, Configurations, Practices. Beloff, Berger, Haapoja (eds.): Fieldnotes Arlander: Performing landscape Oelschlaeger: The idea of wilderness livecoding setup Photos taken at the Bioart Continue reading Preparations