Overview, Images
Kusum Normoyle with Mette Rasmussen, Magnesite Norway, 2018. Stills from dual channel HD video, 4.1 sound, 23:00min. Courtesy the artist and collaborators: Kusum Normoyle (voice and amplifier) & Mette Rasmussen (alto saxophone). Location videography: Nick Garner. Recording mix & master: Lasse Marhaug. Sound design & video edit: Kusum Normoyle. Colourist: Billy Wychgel. Project advisor: Mikhaela Rodwell. Locations: Hardangervidda National Park (various), Norweigen Museum of Hydro Power and Industry, Skjervsfossen waterfall, Utsikten lookout.

Magnesite Norway

Kusum Normoyle

1 Feb 2020–30 Apr 2021

In the wake of the severe bushfires still raging, Magnesite Norway is an inversion. It’s lush, green scream a balm for all the burnt red and black we’ve been bombarded by. We witness Kusum Normoyle grounding herself through feedback and amplification. Throwing her body and her voice into a site with fierce potency. A giving of ecstatic energy without expectation of return. With Mette Rasmussen improvising on alto sax, they are drowned out in part by the authority of the landscape; an acknowledgment of the grandeur and tenacity of water, rock and air.

Online, Exhibition, Satellite
Overview

In the wake of the severe bushfires still raging, Magnesite Norway is an inversion. It’s lush, green scream a balm for all the burnt red and black we’ve been bombarded by.

In-gallery launch: 6 Feb 2020, 7am–9am

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