Electronic / Electro-Acoustic Compositions
Chop Chop (2010)
30 minute, 16 channel electro-instrumental/performative work for computer with external controllers and custom software. Commissioned by BEK, support from Norsk Kulturråd, premiered at Ekko Festival October 2010.
Untitled Structure for Seven (2010)
29 minute, electro-acoustic work commissioned by the Norwegian N-Ensemble for sax, drums, electric bass, acoustic bass, electric guitar, flute, and electronics.
18 minute, 6 channel electro-instrumental/performative work for computer with external controllers and custom-software.
Speaker Quartet II (2008)
10 minute, 4 channel, algorithmic composition for four speakers without spatialization. Premiered at The Night of the Unexpected 2008 during the Gaudeamus International Music Week.
Structural Unit III (2008)
In Progress, algorithmic composition, continued development based on the premise of Structural Unit
Untitled (for Speaker Quartet) (2007)
14 minute algorithmic composition for four speakers without spatialization
Structural Unit II (2007)
6 minute algorithmic composition for the 192 speaker wavefield synthesis system in Den Haag, building on the premise of Structural Unit
Structural Unit (2007)
5 minutes, 4 channel algorithmic composition inspired by the chemist Dr. Percy Julian; chemical reactions form new complexes of stucture.
Point Source 01 (2006)
8 minutes for bass and computer. Real-time algorithmic composition dependent on the performers interpretation of the score.
Music for Broken Flute and Stolen Computer (2006)12 minutes, stereo, over amplified flute and algorithmic composition in collaboration with Bjørnar Habbestad with thanks to the junkie scene in Bergen for stealing my gear and to STEIM for helping me make a rapid recovery.
Machine Gun Etiquette (2005)
for hyperinstrumental flute and computer instrumentalist in collaboration with Bjørnar Habbestad (USA/USB). Support from usf.no and Norsk Kulturråd Prosjektstøtte in coordination with BEK. Premiered at the NuMusic Festival 2005, Stavanger, Norway
20 minutes, 5.1 surround, with support from Harvestworks, and thanks to BEK. Algorithmic composition incorporating field recordings from Malaysia and Singapore. Premiered at Borealis New Music Festival 2005, Bergen, Norway.
17 minute, 4 channel, Algorithmic composition based on the expansion of space after the Big Bang, where large constructions are built from proto elements.