Fake Synthetic Music is Stine Janvin’s latest live performance for voice, echo, lights and spatial distribution. The piece was created through curiosity for the possibilities of a full-body physical and massive ambient experience with the frequency range of her voice. Inspired by past and present producers of architectural electronic music, Janvin presents a new take on “deconstructed rave” by exploring sonic and optical illusions with smoke and mirrors, otoacoustic emissions and minimal melodic sequences referring to pop, techno, and trance.
Vocalist, performer, and sound artist Stine Janvin is interested in the flexibility of her instrument, the voice, and how it can be disconnected from its natural, human features: can the voice be detached from emotions? Through her projects, created for music theatres, clubs and galleries, Janvin focuses on the physical aspects of sound, and potential dualities of natural/artificial, organic/synthetic, and minimal/dramatic. With an upcoming double LP release with PAN records, introducing a recorded version of her fake synthetic material, and with her ongoing live performances, she continues working between the music and art scene, developing further her methodology of imitation and resonance through audio visual concepts.
For Sound of Stockholm, Janvin also presents the performance workshop, “Tunings” in collaboration with Ula Sickle.