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February 20, 2020


music for film

February 16, 2020


I am working on music for an art film by Austrian artist Josef Trattner. For a work that will be exhibited at his show opening at the Kiesler Foundation (Österreichische Friedrich und Lillian Kiesler-Privatstiftung) on the 27th of February.

Kill & Kaoss

February 16, 2020


I am playing @AKUSMONAUTIKUM in the old Traktorfabrik in Vienna on Saturday 21.february. There are any artists doing up 20 minutes sets, the evening starts at 8pm.

Other artists same evening are: Konstantin Kuzmanovski Christian Tschinkel Bernhard Weiss Christoph Gruber Cherem e Chuzpe Pikarot.

Check out Akusmonautikum´s facebook page

Coming activities: Concert at Fluc, Vienna.

February 3, 2020

I am doing a live performance at Fluc, Vienna. Also playing is Aquiles Hadjis.

I will be exploring a minimal hardware setup, using Elektron Analog Rhythm, Elektron Octatrack and Ensoniq DP/4. Expect spaced out, dirty, improv meditations.

8pm, @ FLUC, praterstern 5
Vienna, Austria 1020.


Recent activity: Heavy Mental Superheroes

February 3, 2020

On January 17th I participated in the performance meditations Heavy Mental in the ORF´s Funkhaus, organised by Ö1´s Kunstradio.


Together with artists Josef Trattner and Esther Vörösmarty, I performed 3 Heavy Mental meditations for live audience in the studio as a part of the international birthday celebration of Art itself.

After the performances we played a live concert on air for 40 minutes at Ö1.

Josef Trattner   as Batman, Esther Vörösmarty as Batgirl and Runar Magnusson as Elvis.

Recent activities. A 7 ” release.

February 3, 2020


Late last year I released a split 7″ on the Icelandic label Móatún7 (sold out).  On one side was my work “Unreasonable Fables Of Isolation & Insecurity” and on the other side Icelandic artist Futuregrapher with the track “Far Beyond The Stars”. You can get the digital release on the Móatún7 bandcamp site and other online retailers and streaming services.


Edition# Live

September 18, 2019

Edition# (Coppier&Magnusson) played a concert in Brønshøj Watertower on the 5th of September 2019 to mark the ending of their 10 speaker soundinstallation ‘Edition#1 – A soft fall’ that had been playing in the tower over the summer, as the opening installation in the new artspace Urum – Institute for Efterklang in the old watertower in Brønshøj a suburb of Copenhagen. An amazing structure with a massive reverb, one of the longest in Denmark with up to 40 seconds.

The 2 hour long concert was played on the same 10 speaker soundsystem using a Monome Aleph and a Sequentix Cirklon sequencer controlling a MacBeth Elements analog synthesiser that was processed via a specialised software as a main soundsource. Other soundsources were Lom Electroslush electromagnetic listening device, a thunder maker and contact microphones placed in various places in the tower. Sounds from the audience moving around the tower is also a part of the general soundscape.
The concert was recorded with 5 microphones and we are in the process of editing the recording for a future release.

With support from the Danish Art Foundation. #statenskunstfond  #kunstgørenforskel.


Mika Vainio – Triode Kuvaputki

May 25, 2019

I am very happy to be a part of this exhibition.

A tribute to the late great Mika Vainio (of Pan Sonic).


Triode Kuvaputki (53 min, one minute for each year of Mika’s life).

In 1999, Finnish electronic arch experimentalists Mika Vainio and IIpo Vaisanen, embarked on their legendary Around the World Tour as Pan Sonic, along with artist Edward Quist as visualizer and documentarian. The collaboration culminated in the seminal film Kuvaputki (Cathode Ray Tube). In 2017, a tragic accident in Normandy, France took Mika Vainio’s life, leaving behind a monumental body of work. His work with Ilpo Vaisanen as Pan Sonic, and numerous solo works and collaborations across the art world, illustrate his influence over a generation. After asking some of Vainio’s sound art contemporaries, and the emergent drivers of the new generation, to contribute a soundscape in Mika’s memory, Quist reinterpreted some of the film ‘s methods as a kind of spiritual sequel for a post Vainio landscape. Twenty years after Kuvaputki, with a poignant capstone composition by Ilpo Vaisanen, and Dirk Dresselhaus as die Angel, Triode Kuvaputki is intended to be as ever evolving a work as its progenitor.

Soundtrack Featuring:
die Angel (Ilpo Väisänen and Dirk Dresselhaus)
Alyssa Auvinen (LDY OSC)
Johannes Auvinen (TIN MAN)
John Duncan
Paul Kendall
Runar Magnússon
Chris Latina (Article Collection)
QVORG (Derek Gruen and Edward Quist)
Edward Quist (embryoroom)
Brian Ratigan (NonFilms)
Chandra Shukla (XAMBUCA)
Mo H. Zareei (mHz)

Interview about Edition#1 – A Soft Fall in Icelandic paper.

May 6, 2019

Icelandic newspaper Morgunblaðið did a little interview about Edition#´s  first installation Edition#1 – A Soft Fall. Exhibited over the summer in the magificent Broenshoj Watertower. Icelandic only.

Edition#1 – A Soft Fall

March 8, 2019

Edition# presents Edition#1 – A Soft Fall.

Location: Urum – Institute for Efterklang.

Brønshøj Vandtårn (Bronshoj Watertower), Brønshøjvej 29, 2700 Brønshøj, Denmark.

Time: Opens on march 15th at 4pm. Will be running almost every thursday & friday from 1pm – 5pm until august 1. There will be some gaps where it will not be playing. Check or the facebook event for information.


Edition#, consisting of Runar Magnusson and Yann Coppier, are attempting to reveal the depths of the water tower to its listeners. Together they create a non-intrusive and warm room in the massive concrete, reverberant structure, filtering out the sounds from the outside while exploring the foundations of what makes this alien yet functional piece of architecture a unique place to experience using one’s ears.

Edition#1 – A soft fall played on 10 loudspeakers in a place where the sound constantly plays with its own shadow, painting the walls with swirling sound while bursts of noise and percussive elements reveal the room like lightnings would do in total darkness.

The exploration will consist of three parts: an installation to set the fundaments for a new world, a concert to bring new life to it, and a virtual release to keep it alive in a parallel universe.