Ánndaris Rimpi is a composer and sound artist from Oalloluokta and Gothenburg. He composes electroacoustic works in a distinctive cutting technique with concrete sounds, often with field recordings from nature, for instance of wind, water, fire, reindeer, bees, mosquitos, but also fridges and lamps. He also writes instrumental, vocal and choral works and multichannel soundscapes, for dance pieces, art installations and theatre plays, including Carte Blanche, Venice Biennale, Hålogaland Theatre, The Norwegian Theatre, documenta 14 and The National Museum in Norway. Some of his Sámi collaborators include Joar Nango, Siri Broch Johanssen and Elle Sofe Sara.
Photo: Knut Åserud