Photo © Anka Bardeleben Photography
(2022, UA) 20′
commissioned by Ensemble LUX:NM* and funded by the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung
Juliana Hodkinson (b. 1971, UK) works with instruments, objects, electronics, text, voice and visual formats. Field recordings, foley and ripped media figure alongside abstract concepts and social relations in both her live and installation works. Juliana Hodkinson studied musicology and philosophy at King’s College Cambridge, and Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield, and holds a PhD from the University of Copenhagen on the subject of silence in music and sound art. She has received major accolades such as the Carl Nielsen Prize, the Stuttgart Composition Prize, and the Danish Arts Foundation 3-year open working grant. She is presently Associate Professor in Composition at the Grieg Academy in Bergen, Norway, and Associate Professor in Classical and Electronic Composition at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Denmark. She lives in Berlin.