Svarvargatan 2, SE-112 49 Stockholm +46 (0)8-651 84 26 MORE


Live Sound
Felice Hapetzeder

Moisé is living at the street level. He is a sound engineer and has just built a new sound system, which he is testing. The neighbour on the top floor balcony is playing classical music on her oboe because the family is living in very confined quarters. The music from Moisé is too loud for her to concentrate on her practicing so she starts to improvise. Live Sound, 2001 is a tribute to the city. In the best case scenario the city creates something new out of two already existing things, a new music, live on the street.

Aspect ratio 1,33:1 (4:3)
Prod. format Generic SD-video
Duration 00:04:30
Language Spanish; Castilian
Color Color
Year 2001
Rent this work for public screenings

About the artist

Felice Hapetzeder

Born in 1973 in Stockholm, Sweden. Currently based in Stockholm.

Felice Hapetzeder is a video artist with MFA degree from Konstfack Fine Arts at Konstfack College of Art, Crafts and Design in 2002. He is interested in cultural heritage production and manipulation of collective memory and oblivion. He works both independently and in collaboration with others. Collaborative projects include Local A. with the artist Jenny Berntsson and Carousell with artists Marit Lindberg, Kristina Kvalvik and Henrik Lund Jørgensen. Hapetzeder also works as an independent manager of art projects, often by way of international exchanges.