SiAi.Skopet was founded by Søren Nissen Jørgensen. In 2011, he started the Southern Jutlandic musical project So I'm An Islander, which focuses on the Southern Jutlandic culture, nature and language. It's simply an interpretation of the region from Søren's own perspective through music. Especially the small island of Als is a major inspiration. As the So I'm An Islander projects grew bigger, so emerged the need to shed a bit more light on the creative possibilities and value sparked by the Creative Commons licensing. That is one of the main goals of SiAi.Skopet - to focus on the value of free music.
SiAi.Skopet is located near the town of Sønderborg in the southern part of Denmark.
- Facts about the name SiAi.Skopet:
The SiAi part is pronounced "see-eye", and is a contraction of the initial letters of my musical project So I'm An Islander. In combination with the word Skopet (which means the scope in English), which refers to an apparatus with the ability to accentuate what appears to be invisible to the naked eye, SiAi.Skopet gets a double meaning.