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Jacob Kirkegaard

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In Conversation with Jacob Kirkegaard

NOISEXTRA - The noise podcast.

Jacob Kirkegaard joins us for a highly interesting discussion on birth, death and what goes on in between. Jacob’s recordings of the death process “Opus Mors,” is a new level for sound capture and we get into the thought and process behind this work. We also talk about his recordings in Chernobyl, waste management facilities, glaciers, geysers and much more. We can’t thank Jacob enough for taking time out of his trip to have this conversation. Visit Jacob at fonik.dk or via Topos at topos.mediaFollow us on Instagram: @noisextraFollow us on Twitter: @noisextraaaSupport us on Patreon: patreon.com/noisextra

57mins

18 May 2022

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VFTP Expert Series, Jacob Kirkegaard - Brexit Update

US-China Series

Regular Expert Series contributor, Jacob Kirkegaard returns for his assessment of a vital week in Brexit negotiation. Jacob has reinforced my thinking that the prevailing situation for the UK is migrating from a slow moving train wreck to something more urgent. This interview was conducted the morning of October 17th, the day of the EU leaders meeting in Brussels, the day we were meant to get confirmation of a final deal. This is clearly not the case. Jacob walks through scenarios for the next few months which he believes ends with financial market pressures leading to the UK capitulating, the government of Mrs. May eventually falling and the Conservative Party in tatters. He advocates a Norway style deal, something I disagree with, as the chance of a no deal Brexit are rising exponentially. The outlook for the pound is a dire one, especially with the growing inevitability of an early election and a win for Jeremy Corbyn.

40mins

26 Oct 2018

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VFTP Expert Series, Jacob Kirkegaard - The Italian budget proposal

US-China Series

The Expert Series welcomed back Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for a discussion on the Italian budget proposal and recent developments in Italy’s coalition government. In the half hour discussion, Jacob reviews the outlook for the Italian budget deficit and the likely response from the EU Commission and the ECB, the rise of the Five Star Movement within the coalition and finally the outlook for an early election.

33mins

10 Oct 2018

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VFTP Expert Series, Jacob Kirkegaard - Update on the Brexit saga

US-China Series

For a discussion on the latest developments of Brexit, the Expert Series welcomed back Jacob Kirkegaard, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute. Jacob and Paul discuss three possible Brexit scenario’s, none of which are good for Mrs. May and the Conservative Party. The first is a Norway-style half in / half out arrangement, the second scenario is the muddle through option, and the third is the nuclear option of a hard Brexit.

35mins

1 Aug 2018

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Lydhør På En Søndag #9 (Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard & Jacob Kirkegaard)

The Lake Radio

7 pladespillere, en kuffert fyldt med triangler og udstrakt strygermusik fra Jeanne d’Arcs levetid – Lydhør På En Søndag har haft besøg af Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard og Jacob Kirkegaard. Lyt med når værterne Frederik Heidemann og William Kudahl beretter fra en eftermiddag i Øst for Paradis i Aarhus.

28mins

6 Jun 2017

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THE LAKE møder Peter Albrechtsen og Jacob Kirkegaard

The Lake Radio

The Lake møder Peter Albrechtsen og Jacob Kirkegaard til en snak om bylyd, auditiv dokumentation og sanselighed. Få dage inden premieren på værket 'Den Usynlige By' gennemgår kunstnerne hvad publikum kan forvente i Imperial til CPH:DOX.

28mins

21 Mar 2017

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Source Record ft. Jacob Kirkegaard

The Undergang Armchair

Welcome back as we creep steadily towards episode 100 here at The Undergang Armchair. There is no hiding that this is a tough moment in time, so we figured it was time to release a positive and forward thinking talk with the exceptional artist Jacob Kirkegaard. He came by last year to talk about his work and a great many other subjects, and we were blown away by his way of thinking about the world and his work. He was refreshing and open, and has such a special attitude about the role his work has. We also have two short clips of his sound works in this episode. He has a lot on his plate, We don’t think we know any artist who has more shows and projects coming up, so if you are interested then be sure to check out his site for upcoming stuff. He’s appearing all over the world. Enjoy! www.undergang.net

1hr

26 Jan 2017

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Source Record ft. Jacob Kirkegaard

The Undergang Armchair

Welcome back as we creep steadily towards episode 100 here at The Undergang Armchair. There is no hiding that this is a tough moment in time, so we figured it was time to release a positive and forward thinking talk with the exceptional artist Jacob Kirkegaard. He came by last year to talk about his work and a great many other subjects, and we were blown away by his way of thinking about the world and his work. He was refreshing and open, and has such a special attitude about the role his work has. We also have two short clips of his sound works in this episode. He has a lot on his plate, We don’t think we know any artist who has more shows and projects coming up, so if you are interested then be sure to check out his site for upcoming stuff. He’s appearing all over the world. Enjoy! www.undergang.net

1hr

26 Jan 2017

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At the Museum with Jacob Kirkegaard

The Lake Radio

'At the Museum with Jacob Kirkegaard' meets the internationally acclaimed sound artist setting up his current solo exhibition 'Earside Out' at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Denmark as he talks about his work, listening experiences, taking photos, the power of sound, and what it's like having a retrospective at the age of 39.

24mins

1 Mar 2015

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Jacob Kirkegaard @ Número Projecta

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Danish Sound artist Jacob Kierkegaard "Investigates sonic membranes and discrete interference occurring in different environments. The first half of his set included a mix of sounds taken from scientific microphones embedded in the bubbling landscape of Iceland, with accompanying visuals. But it was the second half of his set where everything got real interesting. Jacob had traveled to Chernobyl, which is apparently quite the post modern tourist destination, and taken recordings in three separate rooms of the ambient sound for a span of 12 minutes, after which he played the recording of the room back to the room, recording it again and again, until the room ended up singing to itself with ambient noise. Mixing the various frequencies while a video of each space played behind him, Jacob showed why he is one of the most interesting acts in the white noise art scene, taking things up a notch by squeezing technological fuzz and hum from organic sources, and extrapolating them into a coherent, harmonic orchestral explosion.

9 Nov 2006