The work is developed for Medical Museion in a collaboration between composer Jeppe Ernst, video artist Émile Sadria and singer/performer Jakob Bloch Jespersen, and can be experienced in the period 15 November 2022- 19 February 2023
Jeppe Ernst is a trained composer from the Royal Danish Academy of Music. In 2017, he was the first winner of Pelleprisen, a prize awarded to ‘a young artist, who dares defying the norms of time’. The works of Jeppe Ernst has been performed by Danish and international musicians and ensembles such as NEKO3, SCENATET, NJYD Quartet and Ly Tran at SPOR Festival, KLANG Festival, Copenhagen Stage and Frequenz Festival, among others.
Jakob Bloch Jespersen is a trained singer from the Royal Danish Academy of Music and the Royal Danish Opera Academy. He has sung in a number of roles at, among others, the Royal Theatre, the Danish National Opera, the New Opera in Esbjerg and Opera Hedeland. Jakob Bloch Jespersen is a concert singer in demand across all of Europe and he has performed with ensembles such as Concerto Copenhagen, Lautten Compagney, Arte Die Suonatori, Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, Athelas Sinfonietta, London Sinfonietta, Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin and Theatre of Voices.
Èmile Sadria was trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts by professor Gerard Byrne and from Les Beaux Arts de Paris in France. His works have been shown at Musée Elyseé in Switzerland, GOLD+BETON in Germany, Fotografisk Center, Galleri Martin Asbæk, Arken, Maison du Bresil in France and Whitechapel gallery in Great Britain.