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RADAR L/410A

Christian Skjødt Hasselstrøm

Edigma Semibreve Award winner

The sound installation RADAR L/410A explores the relationship between technology, the human being and our immediate surroundings. Using radar technology and sound, the interiors of the exhibition space are transformed into an immersive sonic environment. 
Here traditional radar technology is turned inside-out. The radar signal, which usually reaches for the wide expanses of sea and land, is limited to the enclosed space of the venue, where specially designed Doppler radar converts the interior directly into sound in a continuous rotary motion. 


Christian Skjødt Hasselstrøm is a danish artist whose work has been awarded by Prix Ars Electronica, Japan Media Arts Festival and Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen’s Foundation. He holds an MA from the Royal Academy of Music in Denmark.

 

 

The work created in collaboration with radio enthusiasts from OZ3EDR Struer and with assistance from Sound Art Lab, Struer. 


Realised with kind support from the Danish Arts Foundation and Danish Composers’ Society / KODA Culture

Edigma Semibreve Award winner

RADAR L/410A
Christian Skjødt Hasselstrøm

Materials: doppler radar, glass dome, led lights, custom electronic circuitry, subwoofer, steel, wire.

2021