The composition Reykjavík GPS is an ode to the centre of Reykjavík and its past, present and future. The music is connected to specific GPS coordinates in the city centre so you will hear it change as you walk through town. Each member of the audience chooses an individual path through the composition, experiencing the music and the city in their own way. The music resembles a hidden landscape, an invisible city within the city, waiting to be explored. In order to enjoy this piece you will need a smartphone, a good pair of headphones and good shoes. From June 4th the piece is open and accessible to all at: rvkgps.com
Úlfur Eldjárn has released music in his own name, composed for film, television and theatre, and is also a member of Apparat Organ Quartet. Halldór Eldjárn composes in his own name as well as with his band Sykur. He is also a professional programmer. The brothers have previously made an interactive composition with Sigurður Oddsson, the Infinite String Quartet (infinitestringquartet.com).
Opening: 4 June at 12 PM - by Hallgrímskirkja Church
Music: Úlfur Eldjárn
Programming: Halldór Eldjárn