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.
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.
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.
Viewable with a VR viewer, Axel Straschnoy’s VR film Detective (2017) takes us on a journey through Kiasma’s newly opened ARS17 exhibition on how The internet and digitalization have radically altered our everyday lives. In Straschnoy’s VR film the art and our whole experience of the exhibition are somehow radically different than in real life, however. What has happened? And what does it mean for us to experience it here in Malmö?
ARS17 is a major exhibition of international contemporary art on the theme of digital revolution. The exhibition will showcase artists of the new millennium and offer a fresh approach to contemporary art by also expanding the viewing experience into the online realm. Read more about ARS17 here.
In this concert students from composition department at the Malmö Academy of Music will present brand new pieces of electroacoustic music.
Les Femmes Savantes was founded in 2005 as an interdisciplinary orchestra of five Berlin-based female composers / musicians from Germany, Argentina and Sweden. On this tour, the fifth original member Hanna Hartman does not participate.
A collaboration between Frim / Syd and Jazz in Malmö