The fastest glacier to disappear

It was so beautiful yesterday on the Sólheimajökull glacier, that today is like we came back from a different planet. Every time I want to bring back the feelings and memories I just listen to the sound from that place. Sadly, Sólheimajökull is one of the fastest disappearing glaciers in Iceland. I can see with […]

Sólheimajökull

Glacial lakes are typical of glaciers, but Icelandic glaciers are receding at an alarming rate. You can see it with the naked eye. The disappearance of this, Sólheimajökull, we can witness sooner than we think. Therefore, when collecting sounds from glaciers, I remember that I document a phenomenon that disappears before our eyes. Noise From […]

On time and water, on sound and language

Talking about ecology – as Andri Snær Magnasson notes – needs a language that has not yet been developed. Field recordings are an increasingly visible way of documenting life. Contrary to appearances, both issues have more in common in the context of climate change. I think about it when reading “On Time and Water”. I […]