FIELD
RECORDING LAB
2020
Sounds of boundless Arctic expanses, industrial voices and whispering tundra on the windy edge of the Earth, in Teriberka
Three-day adventure for artists, sound designers and musicians. Expand your understanding and awareness of sounds that are constantly surrounding us, listen to the multilayered snow masses or record daily life of the small settlement facing of the Arctic Ocean.
Destination
Teriberka,
Murmansk region
Dates
3-5 February 2020
Price
365 eur.
Group
6 people
Program
1
Meeting in Murmansk
You can get here by train or plane. Curator of the expedition and our guide will meet you and accompany for the next two days
2
Transfer to Teriberka
Distance between Murmansk and Teriberka – 120 km that you get through together with all the team on the comfortable minibus
3
Accommodation
Participants of the expedition are going to try out the life of fishermen and live in the survived building of former fish factory
4
Day 1. Working sessions
The Lab starts with studying the surroundings and diving into daily life of Lodeynoe soviet village and ancient Pomor settlement Teriberka
5
Day 2. Working sessions
Participants experiment in the fields: listen to hills, sea and sunken ships, wander around deserted houses and silent tundra
6
Transfer to Murmansk
When you return from the expedition, we invite you to Inversia festival. Participants of the Lab get a full-pass ticket to all festival events
Sound artist, curator, general producer of Kotä company and Experimental Music and Art (EMA) Expo.
curator of expedition
Gleb has participated in GAMMA festival and fund V--A-С projects, produced joined projects with Moscow museum of modern art (ММОМА), Swiss culture fund Pro Helvetia.
Archive
Participants of the Lab get a full-pass ticket to all events of Inversia festival that takes place in Murmansk, 6-8 February 2020.

Travel costs for the road to Murmansk and return and accommodation in Murmansk are covered by participants themselves.