We are delighted to have been invited to contribute with a chapter on (2,2) O Sonic Architecture of the Inner Space to a special issue of Project Anywhere biennial book publication Anywhere iv. Deep thanks to Sean Lowry and Simone Douglas founders of Project Anywhere, at Melbourne University and New School, New Yor, and congratulations to Ella Egidy for her stunning design. All the projects included in this issue are very inspiring and special. Due to the global pandemic, we couldn´t join the conference at the New School in New York last year, therefore, we are very honored to be part of this special issue.
(2,2) O Sonic Architecture of the Inner Space First project created from a collaborative process by members of Invisibledrum Art, Nazaré Soares, Øystein Kjørstad Fjeldbo, and Amalia Fonfara. First exhibited as part of the EXIT Master Thesis exhibition by Nazaré Soares at Trondheim Kunstmuseum & LKV in May 2017. A second version was made for the Art and Science Museum of Singapore in June 2017 as part of Microbites of Innovation, the 3rd and final version, (2,2) 0 DORA was created in June 2018 within the historical context of the 2WW german U-Boats base Dora in Trondheim. This was hosted by Hendelser på Nyhavna in collaboration with Cirka Theater, Faculty of Architecture at NTNU, Kulturbunker Dora, and Trondheim.
This is a short version article of a larger essay published on their website, you can read here: http://www.projectanywhere.net/amalia-fonfara-and-nazare-soares
The first version of ( 2,2 ) 0 Sonic Architecture of the inner Space was proposed as a model developed from the conception of speculative technological devices exhibited at Trondheim Kunstmuseum & LKV in May 2017. A second version was made for the Art and Science Museum of Singapore in June 2017 as part of Microbites of Innovation, adapting to new dimensions of the space, where both sonic landscapes were the result of the creative journey. The 3rd and final version, (2,2) 0 DORA is a poetic gesture for allowing the release of the geological and historical trauma of a specific site; the sonic architecture was created in June 2018 within the historical context of the 2WW german U-Boats base Dora in Trondheim. The base was the largest naval base in North Europe at that time, and the strategic location in Trondheim was secured well, guarded by three other locations in the mouth of Trondheim Fjord: Agdenes Fyrstasjon, Hysnes Fort, Brettingen Fort.
By using sonic references of echolocation, navigation, environment traces, and sea-life aural qualities, (2,2) 0 – DORAconnect the 4 historical naval base surveillance locations in Trondheim Fjord. This was Hosted by Hendelser på Nyhavna,Harbour in Trondheim, Norway. In collaboration with Cirka Theater, Faculty of Architecture at NTNU, Kulturbunker Dora and Trondheim
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