Bilder

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Silent Village Collection High Shelf, 2014, Galerie kréo Photo Fabrice Gousset

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Silent Village Collection High Shelf, 2014, Galerie kréo Photo Fabrice Gousset

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

Credits: Galerie Kreo, 2014, photos by Fabrice Gousset Series of 11 furniture pieces. Wood, lacquered iron tubes, krion. Each piece is decorated with various materials.

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Glacier Candles (12), 2014. Produced by PCM-Design

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Glacier Candles (12), 2014. Produced by PCM-Design

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

A series of 5 candles as miniature glaciers, 9 - 21cm tall. Together, the candles create a landscape of icebergs. In addition, the project is thought as a subtle reminder of the climate change. Produced by PCM

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Glacier Candles (03), 2014. Produced by PCM-Design

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Glacier Candles (03), 2014. Produced by PCM-Design

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

A series of 5 candles as miniature glaciers, 9 - 21cm tall. Together, the candles create a landscape of icebergs. In addition, the project is thought as a subtle reminder of the climate change. Produced by PCM

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Circle Flute (details), 2016, Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris. Foto Emile Barret

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Circle Flute (details), 2016, Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris. Foto Emile Barret

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

The circle flute is a circular flute played by four flutists for one listener in the center of the flute. The circle has a diameter of 2.5m and consists of four interconnected c-flutes that are linked to each other by tube connectors. Immersed within and inspired by Iceland’s atmosphere, flutists Michael Schmid, Bjornar Habbestadt, Marieke Franssen, Bettina Berger and composer Þráinn Hjálmarsson explored the flute’s potential during a ten day in-situ workshop in Flateyri, a small remote fishing village in the West- Fjords of Iceland. The outcome was performed throughout the exhibition FAISONS DE L’INCONNU UN ALLIÉ in Paris October 2016 by Fondation Galerie Lafayette, who produced the circle flute project. The flute is now part of the collection of Lafayette Anticipations — Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris.

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Circle Flute, 2016, Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris. Foto Emile Barret

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Circle Flute, 2016, Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris. Foto Emile Barret

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

The circle flute is a circular flute played by four flutists for one listener in the center of the flute. The circle has a diameter of 2.5m and consists of four interconnected c-flutes that are linked to each other by tube connectors. The artists worked closely with renowned Parisian flute maker Jean-Yves Roosen and flutist Michael Schmid and completed the flute in Summer 2016. Immersed within and inspired by Iceland’s atmosphere, flutists Michael Schmid, Bjornar Habbestadt, Marieke Franssen, Bettina Berger and composer Þráinn Hjálmarsson explored the flute’s potential during a ten day in-situ workshop in Flateyri, a small remote fishing village in the West- Fjords of Iceland. The outcome was performed throughout the exhibition FAISONS DE L’INCONNU UN ALLIÉ in Paris October 2016 by Fondation Galerie Lafayette, who produced the circle flute project. The flute is now part of the collection of Lafayette Anticipations — Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris.

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Silent Village Collection Black side table, 2014, Galerie kréo Photo Fabrice Gousset

Brynjar Sigurðarson, Silent Village Collection Black side table, 2014, Galerie kréo Photo Fabrice Gousset

2018-05-03 12:05 CEST

Credits: Galerie Kreo, 2014, photos by Fabrice Gousset Series of 11 furniture pieces. Wood, lacquered iron tubes, krion. Each piece is decorated with various materials.