Norwegian composer Anders Tveit has a background in improvisation, creating electroacoustic & installation works and combining bass playing with live electronics. The use of self-developed software for realtime processing has a central role in his personal musical expression. As a musician, he has worked with the international renowned Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, Audun Kleive & Morten Qvenild, Jazz Quartet with Shannon Mowday, Pd-Conception as well as more ad-hoc improvisation duos. Tveit is also one of the driving forces behind the Oslo-based electronic musician collective SkRR. His work during his residency in Huddersfield will be to compose an electro-acoustic piece for 24 speakers and live electronics. The piece is based on basic acoustic phenomena where the acoustic properties of vibrating strings and pipes will be used as a form factor in all the processing of audio material which is then further transformed through a specific speaker layout and in a space.
Anders will be in residence at CeReNeM in March and his visit is part of our research exchange programme with NoTAM, Oslo.