Creative works



STRÖM is a piece for five discrete channels of audio, live-electronics and live-video (video patch in Max/Jitter by Fredrik Olofsson), originally composed at KMH for the composer’s diploma concert.

Based on an open-minded, artistic approach towards electricity, the piece is an attempt to transfer electric current via sound to the audience. The five channels are fighting with each other, trying to take over the sonic stream like battling electro-magnets. Sine waves and noise rotates with breakneck speeds around the listeners, tries to charge them with static electricity and, as an ultimate goal, even make them levitate.