Radio composition / 5.1 surround & stereo / 49’00.
Commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur Berlin for the program Klangkunst and the West Deutsche Rundfunk (WDR3) for the program Open Sounds.
“The Qikiqtaaluk Deep Map” (2014) is based on field recordings made near the Arctic Circle in Nunavut, Canada in the winter of 2012/2013. Recordings of noise and silence, of acoustic townscapes and barren icy landscapes are mixed with traditional Inuit throat singing and fragments of interviews with local people.
Thanks to: Becky Kilabuk, Kiah Hachey, Elisapee Sheutiapik, Qaapik Attaqutsiak, Natsiq Kango, Heather Daley.
- 2022: Lichthaus Kino, Kunstfest Weimar. Cinema presentation with blackscreen and German subtitles.
- 2022: Sonic Matter, Radiophonic Mondays, Zurich. Internet broadcast.
- 2021: Festival “Les Yeux Grands Fermés”, Geneva, Switzerland (concert presentation with black screen and French subtitles)
- 2019: Deutschlandradio Kultur Berlin on the program Klangkunst
- 2019: Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen Kultur (SRF)
- 2019: Symposium on Spatial Sound Arts Seoul (SoSSAS), Seoul, South Korea
- 2019: Cinéma Spoutnik, Geneva, Switzerland (Cinema presentation with black screen and French subtitles)
- 2014: Canadian Embassy, Berlin, Germany
- 2014: Deutschlandradio Kultur Berlin on the program Klangkunst / WDR3 Cologne on the program Open Sounds
- 2013: Relevante Musik Festival, Berlin (preview version)