By the Danish Ministry of Culture's definition, artistic research is an integrated part of any artistic process ammounting to an outcome available to the public, and accompanied by a reflection upon the process itself as well as the presentation of the result.
About Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard
Composer, sound artist and associate professor at RMC.
Has published a large number of works in his own name, most recently the work series 'Sound X Sound' (2013-2016).
Composed music for the Esbjerg Ensemble, CPH: DOX, Jutlandia Saxophone Quarter, Ribe Kunstmuseum, Dark Music Days, G((o))ng Tomorrow, and MoMA's René Magritte Exhibition 'The Mystery of the Ordinary'.
Co-founder of the record company Hiatus and organizer of the non-event Curatorium.
Received a number of awards throughout his career. He received the Leonie Sonning Scholarship in 2006 and was awarded by the Danish Arts Foundation in 2007. In 2014 he received the Creative Circle Silver Award for the soundscape to the René Magritte exhibition 'The Mystery of the Ordinary' at MoMA.
Graduated from RMC (2005/2012) andThe Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture (2008).