Feral. / ˈfɪər əl, ˈfɛr- / (especially of an animal) in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or domestication.
Following the popular Interference #1-8, Inter Feral Arts will be a Platform for Artistic & Experimental Research in Music.
Inter Feral Arts is organized by the Malmö Academy of Music and will be a platform for artistic & experimental research. The atmosphere will be one of sharing and joint exploration. The theme of each platform will change according to the invited guests. As with the Interference(s), Inter Feral Arts is open to all and invites a wider audience to take part when artists share works in progress, installations, performances, and engage in critical discussion.
Inter Feral Arts I: voice
19 October 2019
19.00: Future Voice. Michael Edward Edgerton, Angela Wingerath (Berlin), Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir (live performances & demonstrations).
In the 21st century, a disturbing reduction of species and languages continues, while increased technological sophistication/dependence is con- trolled and manipulated by the powerful and rich. What if biological diversity (of voice) is nurtured and developed to challenge these controls? What are the perceived limits of the extra-normal voice at this time? Performances and demos by Soprano Angela Rademacher-Wingerath from Berlin and Mike Edgerton, Professor at Malmö Academy of Music, will be featured alongside words and recordings to tell part of this ongoing tale of resistance.
This event is part of Lund University’s Future Week, which will be held 14-20 October 2019. More about the week here.
21 October 2019
14.00: David Johnson. Raising Voices: singing practices and repertoire in the Swedish music classroom.
14.45: Sven Kristersson. Performing the archive: the musical staging of the posthumous papers of Birger Sjöberg.
19.00: Nina Jeppsson, Indra Linderoth. Off highway: darkness descends to show me the world.
By and with: Indra Linderoth & Nina Jeppsson, actresses and performance artists
During one winter, a couple of years ago, we explored the landscape of our voices. Then we drew a map over what we had discovered: a triangle with one of its corners pointing down. With the help of that map we created a performance piece called OFF HIGHWAY: the darkness descends to show me the world. It is a voice journey, a kind of story without words. An attempt to travel along the boundaries that divides the so-called human from what lies outside. Asking: is it possible to temporarily dissolve these violent lines with the help of bodily vibrations?
19.50: discussion &/or improvisation – Nina, Indra and Lise
20.10: Lise Kröner
21.00: Felicia Konrad. Swept Away – An Imagine Story For Your Voice
Swept Away – An Imagine Story For Your Voice is a guided meditation/workshop formed as a sound piece by Felicia Konrad voice and text, and sound design by Kent Olofsson. Overlapping voice work in the room will happen after the ending of the sound piece that is 8.31 minutes. It was originally made for the Symposium ”Voice and the Unknown”, that was created by Elisabeth Belgrano and Felicia Konrad, and took place at IAC 28-30 January 2019.
Inter Feral Arts II: soundspace
17 December, at 19.00: Silent embodied-sound space. Pavlos Antoniadis