During the winter of December 2015 to February 2016 I immersed myself in the small town of Ólafsfjörður in the north of Iceland. This was part of an artist residency at Listhús Art Space called Skammdegi (dark winter). The incredible landscape, three to four hours of ever changing daylight, snow storms, ice and the northern lights inspired the creation of two twenty-five minute compositions. Named after the street in which my studio was based and the road where my apartment was situated Adalgata and Múlavegur were both performed live in Akureyri and Ólafsfjörður. This included a performance at Akureyri Art Museum for the opening of an exhibition by Noemi Niederhauser.
Below are two short clips of the compositions accompanied by the beautiful cinematography of Alkistis Terzi.