Welded powder coated aluminium and mixed media and sound work composed by Isha Bohling. 13 minutes, looped. Sculpture created through collaboration with Ian Monroe, for a site specific project ' Between Thought and Space' Dilston Grove London.
Prime 2015 (detail)
No Belief 2014 (Still from a performance at Dilston Grove, London)
Voice 2014 mixed media, Soundwork, song written by artist.
Commissioned by 'Between thought and Space' in Response to Dilston Grove a former church.
Isha Bøhling 'Moonlight' 2009 (2:20 min exerpt) Inherited magic lantern, mixed media and sound work created on family collection of music boxes. Originally commisioned by Soundproof, in response to London Olympics and in memory of her late grandmother, Ruth Lange a Danish ex athlete who boycotted the1936 Olymics during the Nazi regime.
Isha Bøhling 'Prize' 2009 (2:55 min excerpt)
Inherited prize cabinet, perspex, song and sound work written and performed by artist. Commissioned by Soundproof, in response to the London Olympics. Bohling uses her grandmother's prizes as bells, and layers a song into a composition. Her grandmother was an ex- athlete open sea kayak champion who boycotted the 1936 games during the nazi regime. A personal tribute to her late grandmother but also about memory and loss and questions the value bestowed upon objects, art or otherwise.
Available on vinyl.
The infinite Line. 2010 (still)
Timer, video, soundwork, song written and performed by artist.
Exhibited as part of 'Dig Down In Time' Man and Eve Gallery London
Isha Bøhling 'Magnetic Dust' 2010 (3:20 minute excerpt) Recordon, mixed media, song and sound work written and performed by artist.Originally commissioned for 'Please Write' Posted, an exhibition in a disused post office. The sound work Installation was created by a war time mail-a-voice recorder.
Nothing to say 2010 (Detail)
Typewriter, perspex, soundwork, painting.
Nothing to say 2010. Ink on paper typed on type writer, mounted on wood, The process was recorded on audio, and layered into a sound work composition. The alternating space bars, apostrophe's and inverted commas represent the space before a voice. The final visual outcome is the musical score itself and was exhibited alongside the typewriter and sound work as a sound work installation, written and performed by the artist.
Isha Bøhling 'Nothing to Say' 2010 (3:41 min excerpt)