Our latsest curation of the wall!
Proud to present Fritjof Granström & CE.
We recently made this sculpture for a secret project you might never hear of…but we are so proud of the outcome that we
have to make this post!
In early spring we were given a ring by Louder asking weather we could build mammoths made of empty PET-bottles. Almost 7000 pieces each… 4 meter tall 6 meters long and 2 meters wide. One to fit on a trailer to be driven around on a tour in Finland, thus sturdy enough for 80km/hour highway-style transportation during 1 month. And one that could be transported in sections.
-”Yes” we said. And did. Really proud of these huge beasts!
The Mammoths represent three average families pet bottle consumption during 3 years, which is the same time a Sodastream bottle lasts.
Seems like last month was the album-cover-month for us!
Spotify: Nause – Mellow
Artist: The Super Orchestra
Client: Atrium Ljungberg AB
Mission: Pimp the entry to their real estate “The Old Car Factory”.
The house was build in the 30′s and was where the first Volvo PVs were first assembled in Stockholm.
We found old photographs in the archives from this era and made a collage on a wallpaper, pasted it up and painted it into the wall in the entrance.
Our curating of arts at Trädgården in Stockholm enables us to work with great people!
We are so happy about the later project with our Portugeese alikes. Happy to bring different worlds with similar energies together across borders.
Art by: YUP – Paulo Arraiano
Music by: Chico / Side Kickers Project (Stocholm) and Rute (Berlin)
Photos By: Christian Åslund
And also big big up to our friends and families who all came bye and supported this in all different ways!
This project is a collaboration between the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Nuclear Safety and Training (KSU) and involves using tones to explain something as abstract as the internal structure of nuclei and the ionizing radiation that they can emit. The idea to compose gamma cascades were hatched in conjunction when we worked with KTH and KSU for a couple years ago with information films about ionizing radiation.
Ionizing radiation is a natural part of the environment but also occur in forms that are created artificially, for example, in medical diagnostic radiology. Ionizing radiation can take several forms – alpha, beta and gamma – and is so energetic that it can knock out electrons from the atoms that it collides with, which turns atoms into ions. Different isotopes, which are atoms of the same element but with different numbers of neutrons and therefore different mass numbers, with a characteristic combination of energies in their radiation. This gives a unique fingerprint of gamma energies for a specific isotope.
As you can see it isn´t that easy to understand. So we did two films, one site to make the public more interested to learm more about radiation. Here´s the films:
Now we are working on a live instrument for this and we did a talk about this on TEDx Gothenburg.