EVERYTHING ILLEGAL

The final performance in the framework of his residency at Radio Corax, Hardi Kurda the composer created a score for voice and radiola springs — a viola prepared with springs and radios that the artist plays himself. The vocal part is performed by the soprano and voice performer Nina Guo. For the interpretation of the score the performers […]

The Latest News

The Latest News (2019), for map and newspaper, asks how the politics of the media are changing our perception of place. His compositions seek to create an unprejudiced critical listening in which sounds and objects are perceived only in the hear and now, not through received or traditional understandings about what they might or ‘should’ mean. […]

The Vibration of Books

Gothenburg, City Library 14-20 September 2016. The Vibration of Books, for string instruments, plastic cubs, and wires performed by MalvaQuartet, Khabat Abas, and Hardi Kurda.

Recycling Objects

Cartographic Notation of Recycling Objects (2016) consists of the design of a new score based on a cartographic method. A composition of recycled objects, this score method begins with a geographical position and an interactive public meeting. The project seeks answers to how people, environment, and art can work together to create a wider understanding […]

The Conversation

Berlin Madame Claude 04 April 2016. Gothenburg Improfest festival 30 June 2015. London Deptford town hall, PureGold Festival, Goldsmiths. 16 May 2015. Performed The Conversation, sound score for flexible instruments.

Sounding Map

Gothenburg, Rohska museum and Art Museum. April-May 2013. Performed Sounding Map for string instrument, wind and percussion by Malva Quartet, Kurdish string trio/quartet and the cellist Khabat Abas.

Between me and the others

Berlin, Maerz Musik, Between me and the others performed by Adapter ensemble, Radialsystem V 23 March 20113. Gothenburg Concert house, Stenhammar hall performed by Gageego ensemble. 03 May 2009.

3 Solo

Gothenburg, Artisten, 3Solo performed by Mimitabu ensemble 11 March 2010