The audio-visual installation Hollow will be premiered at Harpa on the 24th of August. The piece is
designed by Lilja María Ásmundsdóttir for a metal sculpture, video, dancers, musicians and
electronics. The piece will be performed by Berglind María Tómasdóttir on bass flute, Hekla
Magnúsdóttir on theremin, Mikael Máni Ásmundsson on electric guitar, Lilja María on the
sculpture Hulda and the dancers Erla Rut Mathiesen, Eydís Rose Vilmundardóttir and Sara Margrét Ragnarsdóttir.
The metal sculpture consists of several metal plates and the dancers activate their sound properties
with their movements while the musicians improvise based on the sonic and visual elements of the
installation. The visual material is based on video fragments of flickering sunlight recorded inside a
cave in the Netherlands. The installation develops as the movements of the camera and the flickering sunlight work together to shape the space.
The installation is open from 19:30-22:00. The show is 30 minutes long and the entrance door is opened every half hour. Tickets are 1.500 ISK and they can be purchased at Harpa and also here.
Lilja recently released Internal Human with her friend and dancer from Portugal, Ines Zinho Pinheiro.