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Inki Music Blog PUBLISHED I can feel my heart pounding in my chest and toes when I press the distribute button. The idea of this album has been baking in the oven longer than three elephant pregnancies (I just read that elephants’ gestation periods are nearly two years!). Procrastinating, I have searched for all the …

Playing With Fire from the album Thoughts Midsentence Read More »

In her second album, Brotabrot, Icelandic artist Inki blends original music and interviews with former prisoners into a danceable, hip-hop-inspired composition that asks aggressive questions about the relationship between imprisonment and entertainment. 

Inki Music Blog PUBLISHED Quite the Situation is an artwork composed of three elements – a bookwork, an album release, and an installation. They fold into one another, creating a three-dimensional story tied together with the strings of time and yet, unbound by it. The work shifts and evolves in continual motion: a book becomes …

A Book That Is Not A Book Read More »

The glaciers melt and a new landscape reveals itself. The process in itself isn’t ugly, the new
landscape is beautiful, but this beauty numbs our senses which makes it harder to react. It isn’t until the glaciers are gone that they will be missed.
The composition Pars Pro Toto is beautiful yet uncomfortable, soothing yet haunting, much like a glacier’s slow but unthinkable retreat.

Inki Music Blog PUBLISHED It’s an established practice to put data into music to gain a deeper, different understanding of the information. The music composition, Underground, is built on this tradition, using earthquake data from the Icelandic Meteorological Office. The earthquakes are audibly realized on an old upright piano which has been taken apart in …

Underground, A New Musical Instrument Read More »

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