As of now I’m working on the delivery of bounty, our history and soon preparing for the premier of our 2013 concerts.
1883 Magazine interviews Jonna Lee on the iamamiwhoami project.
PlayGround Magazine interviews Jonna Lee on the iamamiwhoami project.
Early December, 2009, a mysterious video, less than a minute long and with the title “Prelude 699130082.451322-188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.14.1.12”, started the fire of iamamiwhoami, the most arty multimedia project the YouTube generation had ever seen.
For a few months, there was nothing but questions on the net. At the time, nobody knew who was behind the tiny visual gems, or what their intentions were. The videos (chapters, according to their makers) continued to surface, but the questions remained. However, when ‘b’ appeared, in March 2010, the sharpest minds pointed at Jonna Lee, a Swedish singer-songwriter who had so far released two albums under her own name. From being an anonymous pop-folk artist, our heroine mutated into one of the queens of synthetic pop, taking the cyber-baton from the also mysterious Karin Dreijer Andersson (half of The Knife, who went solo under the name of Fever Ray).
thisispaper interviews iamamiwhoami on today’s release of kin.