Photo Gallery

Aerial view of Caput dress rehearsal for Stífluhringurinn in Breiðholtskirkja Nov 2019
Þórunn, Steinunn Vala and Guðni during Caput dress rehearsal in Breiðholtskirkja Nov 2019
Ensemble Adapter performing Kvartett no.7 at the aDevantgarde festival in München 2019.
Ensemble Adapter enjoying life and playing kvartett no. 7 somewhere in 2019
Gunnar Grímsson (one of the pillars of Fengjastrútur), Ásthildur Ákadóttir, Jesper Pedersen, Andrés Þór Þorvarðarson, Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson, Svanur Vilbergsson and Hallvarður Ásgeirsson during the recording session for Sinfónía in masterkey studios 2019.
Svanur Vilbergsson during the recording of Sinfónía in Masterkey Studios 2019
The flute section of Fengjastrútur recording Sinfónía in Masterkey studios March 2019
Traktorinn releases on a shelf


Harmonica brothers, Fersteinn in Mengi 2017

Fersteinn in Mengi 2017

A 3d diagram of the 3d printed bridges used on the lyres in Einvaldsodur. Drawing by Halldor Ulfarsson

Halldor Ulfarsson’s drawing for a laser cutter in order to make the lyres for Einvaldsodur

With Sam Rees, doing live action print runs for Traktorinn as part of Sláturtíð 2017 in Árbær Open Air Museum

Pétur Húni Björnsson performing in the Opera Einvaldsóður in Sláturtíð 2017 in Árbær Open Air Museum’s old church

Fengjastrútur playing Spurningaleikur in Mengi in 2017

Skálavellir in Mengi 2017

I was asked to say something before the performance of Leyfðu Hjólinu by Tøyen, fil og klafferi in Sunnlenska bókakaffið in Selfoss, April 2017.

Tøyen Fil & Klafferi at Sentralen Oslo, March 15th 2017, performing Lefðu Hjólinu

Doing some “labelling” for our new label Traktorinn in 2016

Berglind María Tómasdóttir and the Caput Ensemble premiering Konsert fyrir Lokk or Concert for Lokkur. Nordic Music Days, Harpa 2016.

Ensemble Crush from Duisburg performing Sam(G)ræð(sl)a at a library in Essen in 2015.

With Field//// and Andy Rudolph in Videopool Winnipeg 2015

Rehearsing with students in the WinterAkademie in Schloss Benrath 2015

Fersteinn during the recording session of Lárviður in early 2015

Bow following Tøyen fil og klafferi’s premier of Siglitør in Sláturtíð 2014

Rehearsing Sporgýla with Ilan Volkov and the BBC Scottish Symphony in 2014

Páll Ivan frá Eiðum and I performing at Eiðar Composer Farm in Sláturhúsið 2014

My wife and I with Iancu Dumitrescu in 2014

Fersteinn in l’Impremere/Ephemere Brussels in 2014

During a Jaðarber concert dedicated to the works of Pauline Oliveros in 2014. Fengjastrútur performing Sonic Meditations

Conducting a Pauline Oliveros piece in the Tectonics Festival

S.L.Á.T.U.R. members performing Charles Ross’s the Velentroquist in Tectonics 2012

Rehearsal of the previous piece, earlier in the day

Prepering for the premier of Horpma III in the 2012 Tectonics Festival

With Fersteinn at the Wall Gallery in 2011

Fersteinn off limits in Belgium 2014

Performing with Christoph Schiller at Sölvhóll, the Iceland Academy of Arts 2013

Fengjastrútur performing Burdocks by Christian Wolff in the Tectonics Festival in Reykjavík 2012

With Charles Ross, preparing the Burdocks performance

With Ingi Garðar at Grillhúsið after the performance of Charity Chan, Kristín Þóra Haraldsóttir and Ragnhildur Gísladóttir in Sláturtíð 2012

At the top of Hallgrímskirkja preparing for a piece using computer controlled church bells

Performing “Handritin Heim” in Mills College 2006

With two red haired Icelandic composers in Christiania, Denmark. Sveinn Lúðvík Björnsson and Haraldur Sveinbjörnsson, Nordic Music Days 2010

Fersteinn performing in an installation in The Living Arts Museum as part of the exhibit – Volumes for Sound in 2012

Rehearsal for a Jaðarber concert dedicated to the works of Jesper Pedersen in 2015

Interactive S.L.Á.T.U.R. event in Hlaðan, Vogar. Part of Raflost Festival in 2009

Preparing the S.L.Á.T.U.R. interactive performance in Raflost 2009

S.LÁ.T.U.R. preparing for a performance in Raflost in 2014

Opening ceremony for the S.L.Á.T.U.R. headquarters on Njálsgata in early 2009

A S.L.Á.T.U.R. birthday present performance for the Living Arts Museum in 2010

From the 2014 Fersteinn tour in €üröpë

Along with Þráinn Hjálmarsson preparing Radulescu’s score Capricorn’s Nostalgic Crickets II for a performance by The Icelandic Flute Choir

The original 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 3d printed clarinet barrels in 2013

Talking things over with the principal clarinettist of the BBC Scottish Symphony

With Dóri, instrument maker mastermind, in the finest tea house in Glasgow in 2014

With members of Ensemble Crush from Duisburg after a performance in Kunsthalle Düsseldorf

Adjusting the volume for Dieter Schnebel’s lecture in Schloss Benrath Winterakademie 2015

Explaining experimental clarinet barrels at the University of Glasgow in 2014

Overlooking Schloss Benrath in 2015

Just getting going with Traktorinn

Fersteinn getting ready for a performance in De Player, Rotterdam 2014

An odd gaze during a keynote speech at the ISSTA convocation in 2014 in Maynooth, Ireland

Fersteinn in der Alte Kirche in Bonn hosted by Sue Schlotte

Fersteinn with Gerhard Stäbler in Bergerkirche, Düsseldorf in 2014

With Per Åhlund from Fylkingen, Stokkholm – photo taken in Egilsstaðir, Iceland

During the premier of Horpma III in the 2012 Tectonics Festival in Reykjavík

A Caspar David Friedrich moment overlooking Edinburgh in 2014.

With Pauline Oliveros and Irish sound artists in a performance at the old Franciscan Library at the Guesthouse

Performing an Octet at ISSTA 2014 in Maynooth, Ireland

Fersteinn preparing for a performance at the Forum für Kunst und Architektur in Essen 2014

Hestbak along with Alvin Lucier and Dean Ferrel preparing for a performance at the 2014 Tectonics Festival in Reykjavík

Fengjastrútur performing Stones by Christian Wolff at the Tectonics Festival in 2013 in Reykjavík

Fersteinn performing at Ljósanótt in Keflavík 2012. Katie Buckley on umbrella.

Reykjavík Chamber Orchestra performing Laur in 2012

Fersteinn playing a homemade giant quatropus balloon-pipe. Vhleesal in Middelburg, Netherlands 2011.

Fersteinn performing in an architects flat, the 38th floor of his own work

Same flat, earlier in the day. This photo was meant to look like a record cover.

S.L.Á.T.U.R. in New York City in 2010

A S.L.Á.T.U.R. performance in Skånes Konstforretning in 2009, performing Green, Green, Yellow by Jesper Pedersen

Duo Harpverk reading music from a projection on a bass drum in Café Rosenberg 2009

The S.L.Á.T.U.R. Marching Band being led astray into the Reykjavík City Hall in 2008

With Fred Frith at the Eiðar Sonic Arts Project in 2007

By the original S.L.Á.T.U.R. headquarters on Hverfisgata, Reykjavik in 2006