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Consert & book release: Ann Rosén

Ann Rosén i ett ljust rum fyllt av stativ, kablar och övrig elektronik medan hon framför Drawing Session. På väggen bakom henne hänger stora teckningar.
Ann Rosén performing Drawing Sessions.

Consert & book release: Ann Rosén


Welcome to the concert and release evening for Ann Rosén’s book Recycling the Work Process. The book contains a graphic score, texts and Rosén’s own pictures that help the reader to understand and interpret the graphic score. Musicians Anna Lindal (violin) and Lise-Lotte Norelius (electronics) play parts of the score on the release.

The score in Recycling the Work Process: A Composition in Three Movements for Instruments by Choice is a description — a way of conveying a feeling and an experience — of Rosén’s forty-two-year artistic process. Based on works, projects and time periods, Rosén has created symbols that she uses in the composition to indicate different types of playing styles, free to interpret: Resonance, Accelerando full stop, Back and forth, Change direction, Noise, Mute and Resistance. The book also contains essays by composer Bennett Hogg (UK), artist Gunnel Pettersson (SE), and music journalist Julian Cowley (UK). The book is sold at the release price of SEK 350 during the evening.

Ann Rosén (born 1956) is a composer, musician and visual artist who began her career in the visual arts in the 1980s with interactive, intelligent and intriguing works. Since the 1990s, her artistic focus has been on music and sound art, and Rosén has created more than 100 original works. Rosén’s art revolves around the exploration of interpersonal communication; how we can understand ourselves in relation to the outside world and the barriers that can arise between us and others. Her work has been presented at, among other places, the Royal Swedish Opera, Moderna Museet in Stockholm and The Southbank Centre in London.

Boken Recycling the Work Process av Ann Rosén.


What: Consert & book release
When: Wed 30.8 at 18
VWhere: C-salen

Admission free