Chorus is a process-based artwork that includes elements of performance and installation. The project explores an idea of the statue as a social and processual phenomenon determined by the individuals that relate to it.
This project entails the organization of two workshops, one in Coruña, Spain with music students and another one in Vienna, Austria with art and architecture students familiarized with programming and interactive installations. Through a collaboration with the students of both workshops, an interactive installation is developed.
This video installation shows musicians playing a classical quartet and through the use of computer programming software, the movements of the spectators will trigger the playback of the composition, creating yet another form of interaction between players and spectators.
Study for a Quartet is a part of the MFA exam project by student Angel Nuñez Pombo at Critical & Pedagogical Studies programme, Malmö Art Academy.
Barco Dance Collection is a project were, Dinis Machado, invites other choreographers, to choreograph short solos for himself as a dancer.
Barco Dance Collection is a collection of dances rather than a collection of dance performances (in the interdisciplinary sense of a stage performance where light, sound, set and costume build something together).
Interference is both a festival and symposium. It is concerned with encounters between art and science where dialogues of the unfinished work, the art in the making, is central. Interference takes shape as a laboratory for artistic research where artistic processes are at the heart of the investigation.
The entire program is structured around a number of themes. The aim is to invite to a dialogue between different artistic projects. The core of the event is these interactions between PhD candidates at the Malmö Academy of Music but we herewith welcome a general audience to join the conversation.
Matter, virtuality and the expanded body is an experimental project resulting in three performances.
It is a series of three concerts which build on close collaboration between the composers and performers involved with the aim of creating a performing arts collective that will explore the relationship between sound, body, the natural environment and the virtual realm and the purpose to frame with a curatorial approach different kinds of artistic expression related to sound.