niklas adam b. 1986•
born in the danish countryside, currently residing in Oslo.
works with electronics, objects, sculpture, programming, performance, installation and music.
contact: adam [ a t ] oddodd [ d o t ] org
WALK AT NUNHEAD
It often seems not as heavy to spread light particles around yeah compared to staring into a dark hole and yeah putting a big wooden box in yeah it also like park next to it it's like the digger that you just used to like dig it up yeah and of course it was like pissing with rain as well like of course black umbrellas black umbrellas black long coats stereotypical funeral yeah is this real? But it was the first you attended? Real it was the first burial I'd attended my other relatives that'd died got cremated mm but I I heard that it's I dont know what it's called hitting on in in the US like inspired by Hirst's work with the with all the formaldehyde yeah all the animals yeah stuff like that so you can they they put your body in some kind of chemic chemical preservatives yeah and then put it in a little plast box everything becomes a gelé in a way so yeah yeah also the bones and everything so you can slice real thin slices like all the way through wow so everyone in the family can you know you get this like piece of plastic with a slice and it's vacuum packed and it's sealed and it's okay and it's it's soft and you can hang it up on your wall so you know every everyone in the family can have a slice of grandma for example what the fuck? It's a bit like yeah you know suddenly this for example this Damien Hirsty thing and then suddenly it becomes something else yeah you also have this artist with the drones with the dead cats the what? Like putting dematoxi what is it called? Dematoxi you know dead animals that you demotoxic? Or what is it called?
You know what I mean? Nej
I dont know what demotoxic is
when you take a dead animal and you do this thing where it's like yeah like in the oh taxidermy taxidermy yeah yeah yeah so taxidermy cat on a drone so you have this flying drone cat and it was an art project but now kids in the US they get these things made from taxidermies so it's a new market so you you know you I want my pet Alfred on a drone mom and then they get it so you can order a squirrel and you can order different animals and get it on the drone and things that things that yeah it's interesting what where is this music hall?
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hidden tasks for future uses
traversal spatial binding structures constructed from alghorithmic story emulations
during the last meeting
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possibly as a score or just detrimental wishful thinking
self-sustaining electronic sculptures, filling time with weak movements and impulsive occurrences. The material forms a sceleton which is animated by electricity, passed onto and running through the mechanical parts it consists of. The patterns in regard to sound and movement are effectuated by those who see and listen; it is simultaneously patient and indecisive.