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Tommi Grönlund and Rikke Lundgreen are two multidisciplinary artists with a deep passion for sound and contemporary art. Grönlund is known for his installations that explore the intersections between sound, space, and technology, while Lundgreen specializes in sound art and the exploration of sensory relationships between the audience and the surrounding environment. Inspired by the exhibition "Mika Vainio 50Hz" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, they founded the Sound Museum, a nomadic initiative continually evolving, rooted in the essence of sound and listening.


For Electropark 2024, the listening room relocates to the theater space of Palazzo Ducale's museum, offering an immersive experience aiming to recreate the atmosphere of concentration and contemplation that the late Mika Vainio loved to foster in his listening sessions. The goal is to amplify the individual listening experience through collective sharing, allowing participants to explore and establish their own personal relationship with sound.

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