In relation to the CD release on Ash International and the sound installation +4ºC - from Folgefonna to the North Sea, Jana travelled to Ilulissat in Greenland to record the moving icebergs and to use her hydrophones to record the sound of the melting and moving ice in the icefjord by Ilulissat and the calving of the inland ice further north in the Disco bay. This trip was also inspired by the stories of the sound of the moving ice told by members of the Verdensteateret.
Below you can find images and sounds form the field trip.
29th June: Recording at the Icefjord by Ilulissat, Kangia, coming from the glacier Sermeq Kujalleq. Ilulissat Icefjord is from 2004 on the World Heritage List, UNESCO. Ilulissat is Greenlandic for the icebergs.
Recording with 2 DPA hydrophones by Sermermiut and in Kangia
Recording with 2 4060 DPA omnis
recording pieces of ice
Recording 20 meters down in the icefjord by Ilulissat
Recording with DPA hydrophone and 2 4060 omnis at the calving glacier Eqip Sermia. Adam Grim is the captain of the boat. Eqip Sermia is part of the inland ice of Greenland, this glacier arm is 3 km wide and 100 meters high
Recording by hydrophone at Kangia, close to the icebergs.
David sailing the boat from which the recordings where done this day.