Inter Arts Center is a platform for artistic research and experimentation, established by Lund University.
events
Artist talk with Hassan Khan – in conversation with Christian Skovbjerg Jensen
29 April 2017

Hassan Khan is contributing both with a light and sound installation and a live concert at Intonal, and in addition to this an artist talk is scheduled to take place on Saturday April 29. His diverse artistic practice moving freely between the internationally music and art scene will be one of the questions investigated in the artist talk and conversation between the artist and the curator behind Intonals installation program, Christian Skovbjerg Jensen, director at IAC.

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First Thought Score – work in progress
28 April 2017

This is an experimental presentation initiated by Iaspis artist in residence, Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi. Together with the dance duo Elen and Emelie of Waileth & Bardon as well as musicians from Malmoe, he will spontaneously transform an “Imaginary Score” into music and body movement choreographies. The idea is to also maintain the figurative element which is prominent in the paintings by Ndikhumbule.

The Score itself is a work in progress for a long term project and it will be used for a collection of First thoughts that will connect artists from Sweden and South Africa, to work together on a bigger project involving the city of Malmo and city of Cape Town.

 

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Distant Voices – Malmö.
5 May 2017

Concert with Francesco Dillon (Cello) and Emanuele Torquati (Piano)

The original concept “Distant Voices”, designed by the Italian duo Francesco Dillon (cello) and Emanuele Torquati (piano), is a time trip, a journey through our collective cultural memory. In this new version of the project, called “Distant Voices: Malmö”, the composers A. Perini and J. Sersam have worked out, together with the musicians, a new version especially designed for Malmö. This version is questioning cultural identity with special focus on the differences between Italy and Sweden. The concert becomes a journey not only through time, but also through space, both geographical and mental. From this particular angle we want to open up a new dimension in the concert concept and start a possible development, resulting in possible corresponding project versions at other latitudes.

projects
Christian Skjødt
The first resident through the Make Sound Residency
March 1st - April 30th
Artist and composer Christian Skjødt has been awarded a two-month stay at the IAC in the spring of 2017, where he will have the opportunity to further develop his artistic work dealing with phenomenological studies manifested as sound installations.

In the end of his residency he will present a new sound installation at Intonal Festival in April.
projects
Vietnamese words and music
Sounds from the contemporary electronic scene in Hanoi
May 14th - May 23rd
In May, Inter Arts Center and the Malmö Academy of Music are visited by Luong Hue Trinh, an important voice on the electronic music scene in Hanoi, who will be working with members of The Six Tones and PhD students in the program for artistic research. This is her first visit to Sweden. The program on May 16 holds versions of a composition for recitation and instruments by Henrik Frisk featuring Nguyen Thanh Thuy.
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Lågan vs Nålsögat
Lågan vs Nålsögat takes as its point of departure two films: Lågan and Nålsögat
May 1st - September 17th
Lågan vs Nålsögat takes as its point of departure two films: Lågan from 1973 by Sandell Film AB, and Nålsögat from 1975 by Jan Troell. The two films ​ depict everyday life at the ship building company Kockums in Malmö from fundamentally different angels, and can be said to highlight two conflicting perspectives in how to reach social justice and better living conditions for people present in the political debate in Sweden and many other countries during the 20th century: one claiming that social progress has to be pursued within the realm of work, and the other that the realm of production will never make any real progress toward humanitarian emancipation possible.
New Make Sound residents decided
The soundart podcast LYDKUNST visited IAC.