Eirik Brandal
Born in Stavanger, NO, 1991
Based in Riga, LV




Eirik Brandal (b. 1991, Stavanger, NO) is an artist and composer currently based in Riga, LV. While originally studying music composition, his work has shifted toward electronic sound sculptures, looking to uncover the intrinsic beauty of circuits. By laying the circuits out in an architectural fashion, their context is changed from being functional objects to becoming objects of art. Sound and lights are used as a means to create a sense of transparency between the audience and the internal processes of the sculptures, with the aim of giving the sculptures the characteristics of independent communicative entities.



2015-2017 MA Composition, Royal Conservatoire of The Hague
2011-2015 BA Composition, Royal Conservatoire of The Hague
2010-2011 Toneheim Folkehøgskole


Grants and scholarships

2012 TONO grant
2017 Arts Council Norway grant


Selected exhibitions/projects

2017 Lydgalleriet, Bergen, solo exhibition
2017 Kroppsvarme og hudfletting, solo album release (link)
2016 AudioDH, The Hague, collaboration
2016 De Fabriek, Eindhoven, group exhibition
2016 The Busy Drone, Het Orgelpark, CD release (link)
2016 Studio LOOS, The Hague, group exhibition
2016 Rewire Festival, The Hague, group performance
2015 Holland Festival, Amsterdam, group performance
2015 UNM, Helsinki, performance
2014 De Waterkant, The Hague, group installation