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Inuk Silis Høegh
Inuk graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2010 but had already distinguished himself as a visual artist and filmmaker in Greenland and Denmark.
His works have been shown in Greenland, Denmark and the rest of the Nordic countries, France, Canada, Germany and his short films and documentaries on TV and film festivals around the world.
Inuk was honored with the Self - Government's Culture Prize in 2015, was Cultural Ambassador for Kommuneqarfik Sermersooq in 2015 and received the Niels Wessel Bagges Scholarship in 2005.
Petri Kuljuntausta is a composer, sound artist, musician and author.
He has given underwater concerts to underwater audiences, played with
exotic and ordinary birds, and made works on the sounds of northern lights and space. Kuljuntausta performs as an improvising musician and composes electronic music that is performed and has been released on records of more than 130 works around the world. In addition to soundscape works, he builds sound installations for galleries and
museums and has composed music for many films and video works.
Kuljuntausta has published three books on electronic music and sound art. He is an adjunct professor of sound art and electronic music and a doctor of philosophy, and he regularly teaches at art universities.
Kuljuntausta is an active organizer and as an artistic director and curator he organizes festivals and concerts and maintains the sound
art gallery Akusmata.
Jens L. Thomsen
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Skovmand creates and produces innovative performance concerts in a hybrid of music, live performance, visual arts and new technology - driven by an endless curiosity and desire to investigate and push the boundaries of the human experience – artistically, technically, scientifically.
Skovmand’s artistic research involves an international multidisciplinary network of musicians, physicist, engineers, instrument makers, neuroscientists and others, who inspire and ensure the high quality and integrity that characterizes Between Music’s artistic work.
As the Artistic director of the music performance company Between Music, she is now working on a Quadrology, inspired by the human evolution. First part is AquaSonic, an underwater concert performance, premiered in 2016, now touring world wide. AquaSonic is the culmination of 12 years of research into the possibilities of a submerged musical performance.
She has received numerous grants and funding by Danish Art Funds. AquaSonic is awarded with the ADC Innovation prize, Music Theatre Now and the Danish Bisballe Award.