Projects

Elisabete Finger, Manuela Eichner
Elisabete Finger, Manuela Eichner
1 December 2019 - 29 February 2020
Elisabete Finger (choreographer) and Manuela Eichner (visual artist) work together since 2015 mixing techniques and principles from choreography and collage. Their research evokes a certain “political ecology of things and people”, proposing other logics and organizations for this ensemble. Their artworks problematize the certainties and contradictions of what is generally taken as organic and artificial, natural and cultural.
Inter Feral Arts II: Soundspace
Pavlos Antoniadis, Ann Rosén, Sten-Olof Hellström, Zoe Efstathiou, Eva Sidén, Christian Rønn
16 December 2019 - 17 December 2019
Inter Feral Arts is a Platform for Artistic & Experimental Research in Music. After the premiere in October with the topic 'Voice', the second platform is dedicated to 'Soundspace'. As with Interference #1-8, 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. The atmosphere will be one of sharing and joint exploration.
Speculative Materialism
Lou Mouw
30 November 2019 - 21 February 2020
Västra Hamnen could be seen as a perfect mirror of recent economical and societal developments. By its shift from an industrial area with the Kockums Kranen as the symbol of the city’s blue collars roots, to the most exclusive neighbourhood of the city, and with it the Turning Torso skyscraper as the new symbol of this change of identity and economy of the city. Hereby the main question is what the shift of these two landmarks tells about the urban, socio-political and economical shift in a post-welfare state environment...
Tvilling
Freja Andersson, Bianca Maria Barmen, Britta Olsson, Erik Peters
9 December 2019 - 11 December 2019
‘Tvilling’ is based on a text by Bianca Maria Barmen, circling around her own experiences of close friends and relatives having lost their twin sibling in violent and unexpected ways. The project is conceived as an interdisciplinary performance involving sound, movement, text, sculpture and video projections. Each of the four artists involved provides an artistic layer of expression to the performance.
An Image of What You See
Lena Bergendahl
1 December 2019 - 30 November 2020
‘An Image of What You See’, is an ongoing video project that reflects upon seeing, creating and mediating images through the perspectives of technology, economy, politics and geography. These questions are visualised through an interview with a director, talking about a film in the making. The project is an attempt to visualise the structure of technological mediation, where layer upon layer of information interact with each other.
Automatic Prophecies
Nils Ekman
20 November 2019 - 31 March 2020
The project will explore computer simulation, both as an artistic medium with the ability to generate complex forms and as a technology able to envision processes of becoming, revealing the creative potential of matter and energy. As simulation is used in scientific modeling to predict the development of real-world emergent phenomena and in engineering for design optimization, the project will look at how simulation is used both as a prophetic medium and as a sculptural tool.
Brewer & Blennow
Sanna Blennow, Elise Brewer
11 November 2019 - 15 November 2020
Working in the field of performance and contemporary dance, Sanna Blennow & Elise Brewer incorporate sound in their movement practice as a way to think around and create dance and performance from another angle. By developing and executing exercises where they drain our vocabulary of words, investigating the connection between gestures and spoken word, they are scattering, shifting and peeling off what makes sense in a speaking and communicative body.
I’m out of order until further notice
Lisa Mårtensson, Lotta Fahlén, Manel Ruiz, Esmeralda Ahlqvist, Eira Fråjdh, Paria Hellas
1 November 2019 - 1 December 2019
Lotta Fahlén, Lisa Mårtensson and Manel Ruiz are collaborating to create 'I'm out of order until further notice', an immersive audio performance the deals with theme stress related brain damage and fatigue. Its is based on Loljuds (Lotta Fahléns) coming music album 'The Phases' and one of the first collaborations the trio does. The project aims to investigate the relation between sound and action/reaction and how sound encourage the body to function and behave and vice versa.
Valby Vokalgruppe
Lil Lacy, Sonja LaBianca, Cæcilie Trier, Anja Jacobsen
20 November 2019 - 27 November 2019
"Most of the elements in our bodies were created inside stars." Valby Vokalgruppe created the works "Harmony of the Exospheres" and "Bølger af tid og rum" (Waves of time and space) for Click Festival 2016 and 2018 as the two first parts of a universe trilogy. The last part of the trilogy will be composed as a part of their residency at IAC and performed in St. Johannes Kyrka at Intonal Festival 2020. The work will center itself deep inside the body and focus on Valby Vokalgruppes’ starting point: the voice.
Thousand Times Yes
Essi Kausalainen, Marja Ahti, Jenny Kalliokulju
4 November 2019 - 10 November 2019
‘Thousand Times Yes’ is an international and intergenerational collaboration bringing together artists and musicians to explore the potential of cooperation and sharing in the form of a performance. It is a multidisciplinary dialogue that takes the shape of an experimental feminist chamber opera, inviting its participants to rethink the concept of Gesamtkunstwerk and its aesthetics, as well as the hierarchical and unequal traditions of the (performing) arts.
Drawing Music
Ann Rosén, Sten-Olof Hellström, Jakob Riis, Jørgen Teller
4 November 2019 - 8 December 2019
In ‘Drawing Music’ the goal is to develop a work that breaks free from standard concert formats and timeframes. The idea is to explore different aspects of time and spatiality, allow the music, musicians and score to occupy space and freely move around in all dimensions. To give music spatial shape and give sound physical qualities such as size, weight, texture, surface and color.
Transistor 8
Rune Søchting, J&K (Janne Schäfer & Kristine Agergaard), Lukas Orwin, Michael Edgerton, John Hanse, Nina Jeppsson, Kent Olofsson, Fredrik Haller, Jörgen Dahlqvist, Annika Nyman, Kirstine Lindemann, Gylleboverket
25 October 2019 - 31 October 2019
The eight edition of the Transistor Festival runs for seven days and presents installations, performances, artist talks and artistic research seminars. Transistor is focusing on building a long-term infrastructure of experimental performing arts.
fungal network / rhizomatic network (working title)
Jaleh Negari, Felia Gram-Hanssen
21 October 2019 - 24 November 2019
During their Make Sound Residency, Felia Gram-Hanssen and Jaleh Negari will research, develop and explore the process of translation and transformation from one medium to another. As a starting point they will take off from the phenomenon of fungal networks. Inspired by this phenomenon they will examine the relationship between different aspects of interdisciplinary approaches, understandings and sharing in the arts.
Critical Dialogs
Christine Antaya, Matthew Rana
15 June 2019 - 31 December 2021
‘Critical Dialogs’ is a contemporary art podcast that will investigate the latent potential of the podcast format to support critical dialogue and innovative forms of art criticism. ‘Critical Dialogs’ will explore emergent approaches to and forms for art criticism that are enabled by today’s media landscape and changing public sphere. Pilot episodes will take the form of conversations among professional art critics on topical issues such as decolonizing/queering art criticism, and the ethics of critique.
Chamber Cinema Set
Simon Christensen, Robert Schaller
10 June 2019 - 28 September 2019
‘Chamber Cinema Set’ is an ongoing project that Danish composer, Simon Christensen and the American filmmaker, Robert Schaller, began back in 2012. The main goal of the artistic collaboration was to create live events that involves Chamber music and analogue film projected live on stage.
Mix-edit of MTS sound archive
Nicklas Lundberg
19 August 2019 - 30 September 2019
Nicklas Lundberg is a Swedish musician, sound artist and an instrument builder based in Malmö. His focus and thrive is the exploratory means of wasted and rejected consumer electronic goods and creates eclectic sound fields with a firm link to the electro acoustic music and with a strong visual content. With a past in improvisational jazz and in theoretical musicology he uses his knowledge and experience to experiment through various musical situations, produce and explore the sounds of the “rejected”.
Do I look fluid?
Alberto Franceschini, Daniel Lercher, Ingrid Cogne
19 September 2019 - 29 September 2019
“Do I look fluid?” focusses on “writing as action” within a choreographic structure wherein physical body movement, choreographic composition, and sound design aim at stretching the performative power of relations, the capacity of encounters, and a possible collective mean-making.
Other ear
Kirstine Lindemann , Yiran Zhao
1 October 2019 - 12 October 2019
While making compositions in which the movement and sound of the body forms the main compositional material the project ‘other ear’ researches how the staging and the physical presence of the performer create relations to an audience. 'other ear' works with an expanded concept of classical composition while placing the physical body in the center of the works.
Tvilling
Freja Andersson, Bianca Maria Barmen, Britta Olsson, Erik Peters
9 September 2019 - 15 September 2019
‘Tvilling’ is based on a text by Bianca Maria Barmen, circling around her own experiences of close friends and relatives having lost their twin sibling in violent and unexpected ways. The project is conceived as an interdisciplinary performance involving sound, movement, text, sculpture and video projections. Each of the four artists involved provides an artistic layer of expression to the performance.
Des/information
Martina Tomner, Ida Höög, Natalie Eriksson, Emily Willman, Ola Rubin, Agata Tuchołka
23 August 2019 - 28 September 2019
‘Des/information’ is an experimental, interactive chamber music drama for four chamber musicians, one actor and prerecorded EAM. The performance is an interdisciplinary collaboration between composer, actor and musicians, where they aim to explore concepts such as the role of art and music in a contemporary, evolving society.
Extended Piano
Zoe Efstathiou
15 August 2019 - 16 August 2019
Zoe Efstathiou is a pianist working with contemporary piano techniques as a composer and improviser, exploring the materiality of space in an improvised performance, the timbral possibilities of the piano and the relationship between piano and electronics. Her project at Inter Arts Center will involve researching on the possibilities of composing music for piano that has a point of departure in the timbral exploration of the instrument's overtones.
INSIDE
Eva Sidén, Christian Rønn
7 August 2019 - 8 August 2019
Composer, pianist and sound artist Eva Sidén SE and composer, organist and sound artist Christian Rønn DK are collaborating in a project to make a composition and a sound installation together. Exploring acoustics, organ and grand piano in a multichannel setup and an installation EAM 7.1 with video projections.
Phantom Zone Projector
Kalle Brolin
19 August 2019 - 28 September 2019
Smuggler of refugees Amir Heidari was filmed and interviewed in a Swedish prison, while talking about a Europe without walls. The interview took place in 2007 and was recorded on a mini-DV camera. A performance piece describes how various parties (like the police, or the documentary film industry) throughout the years since then have attempted to influence different versions of the filmed material.
other ear
Kirstine Lindemann, Yiran Zhao
11 August 2019 - 22 August 2019
While making compositions in which the movement and sound of the body forms the main compositional material the project ‘other ear’ researches how the staging and the physical presence of the performer create relations to an audience. 'other ear' works with an expanded concept of classical composition while placing the physical body in the center of the works.
Black Bird
Maria Naidu, Thomas Romlöv, Kent Olofsson, Imre Zsibrik
22 July 2019 - 4 August 2019
A solo dance performance inspired by the Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase, his book Karasu (Corps), its basic thematic and the raven (species). The work revolves around Fukase's central themes: isolation and tragedy at different levels of depth and abstraction. A spectacular yet fateful collage that mixes dance art, movement, projected images and filmed sequences, silent sounds, drone and deafening lamentations in a cinematic way. It should hurt in the same way as when massaging a bruise.
In the Cities
Nicola Pianzola, Anna Dora Dorno, Alberto Novello Jestern
15 July 2019 - 20 July 2019
‘In the cities’, inspired by Calvino, is an interdisciplinary experimental research and production project that aims to create the contemporary theatre production ‘The Global City’, a performance with a modulate structure able to be composed in a different sequence and to involve international artists, according to the different spaces and contexts hosting the residency phases.
The Sonic Storyboard
Diana Chester
10 June 2019 - 16 June 2019
The Sonic Storyboard is a project developed from recordings of the Islamic call to prayer, also known as the adhan, azhan, or namaaz. With these field recordings and corresponding photographs, Diana Chester will develop an interactive space where visitors to the exhibition become participants in the ever-changing soundscape of the space. The idea is to highlight human mediation of thought through human mediation of sound.
Memory Lab
Rani Nair, Malin Holgersson, Joanna Ekström, Celine Orman
2 June 2019 - 9 June 2019
Memories and archives have been a recurring theme for several years, both in Rani Nair’s own works and through projects she has been invited to. Based on her former works, e.g. 'Future Memory', Rani has developed different methods of working with memories that she now wants to develop into a new work – a kind of memory lab that engages with audiences, both professionals and amateurs, in a participatory laboratory where their personal memories come in the center stage.
Interference #8
Akio Suzuki, Hiromi Miyakita, Caitlin Dear, Miyuki Inoue, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir
21 May 2019 - 27 May 2019
Interference #8 which is organized by the Malmö Academy of Music is a laboratory for artistic research. The atmosphere is that of sharing and joint exploration. The theme of this lab is site specific and ecological sound art with a focus on listening practices. Among several international guests like Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir are the legendary sound artist Akio Suzuki, the choreographer Hiromi Miyakita. Caitlin Dear and Miyuki Inoue are both doing residencies at the Inter Arts Center.
Humancicada
Miyuki Inoue
15 May 2019 - 30 June 2019
‘Humancicada’ has its origins in the time when Miyuki Inoue went into the woods to find a place to sing. She recorded her voice and cicada insects and made sound installations from the recordings. This time, Miyuki wants to create a participatory sound sculpture in which the audience is invited to sing together to become part of the work.
Memory Lab
Rani Nair, Malin Holgersson, Joanna Ekström, Celine Orman
9 May 2019 - 16 May 2019
Memories and archives have been a recurring theme for several years, both in Rani Nair’s own works and through projects she has been invited to. Based on her former works, e.g. 'Future Memory', Rani has developed different methods of working with memories that she now wants to develop into a new work – a kind of memory lab that engages with audiences, both professionals and amateurs, in a participatory laboratory where their personal memories come in the center stage.
Skin
Mads Bech Paluszewski-Hau
30 April 2019 - 18 May 2019
SKIN is a performative sound installation that uses sound as a tool to reveal inner, life-like attributes of things seemingly dead. Through working with various forms of acoustic feedback, the compositional setup enhances the resonant capabilities in selected objects that is hanging suspended, almost levitating in the performance space.
FLORENCE
Ellinor Ingvar-Henschen, Helena Röhr, Jonatan Sersam, Jenny Grettve, Andrea Grettve
18 May 2019 - 20 May 2019
A one-woman-performance with an opera singer acting alone on stage. She plays the piano, sings arias and improvises musically based on her personal story. Ellinor Ingvar-Henschen came out with her autobiography 'A song of abuse, courage and love' in the autumn of 2018. In the performance, her story is interwoven with the classical music as she accompanies herself on Puccini and presents a strong example of the music's healing power.
Odd matter
Els Woldhek, Georgi Manissiev
1 May 2019 - 30 June 2019
ODD MATTER is a design studio driven by curiosity for all the strange and wonderful. Researching, creating and exploring our world’s past, present and future through its materials, processes and concepts. The studio believes that by working with existing processes and notions, researching these from a different, more naive perspective can create a different kind of product. Unique and specific to the place they originate from.
Tree Time
Caitlin Dear, Thomas Schmocker
5 June 2019 - 10 June 2019
Caitlin Dear will be working both on and off site, with her project that exists two fold: 1. Tree Time is practice. It is not necessarily an artistic practice, but it uses artistic methods and paradigms to contribute to research within the sciences. It uses choreographic thinking and investigative bodily approaches to find out how we could socially engage with trees, and what this might mean for current sociological and ecological paradigms.
Intonal at IAC
Oswaldo Maciá, Tony Cokes, Alessandro Perini, Francesco Del Nero, Nguyễn Thanh Thủy, Lisa Stenberg , Stefan Östersjö , Dante Tanzi, Giuseppe Pisano, Mads Kjeldgaard
24 April 2019 - 28 April 2019
The Intonal Festival at IAC presents a series of Acousmatic concerts in the Red Room, followed by a seminar. All days you can experience sound and video installations by Oswaldo Maciá and Tony Cokes. Intonal is an annual festival for experimental and electronic music that has been held in Malmö since 2015. The international program is covering a wide range of genres, subgenres and unique expressions. See the entire program and information about tickets here.
In the Cities
Nicola Pianzola, Anna Dora Dorno, Alberto Novello Jestern, With the support of Region Emilia – Romagna – Italian Institute of culture of Stockholm
8 April 2019 - 14 April 2019
'In the cities', inspired by Calvino, is an interdisciplinary experimental research and production project that aims to create the contemporary theatre production 'The Global City', a performance with a modulate structure able to be composed in a different sequence and to involve international artists, according to the different spaces and contexts hosting the residency phases.
Transistor 7
Liv Kaastrup Vesterskov, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Rune Søchting
4 April 2019 - 11 April 2019
The focus in the seventh edition of the Transistor Festival is on the processes, trying out new formats and ways of working. An exploratory work is underway by artists in various rehearsal spaces that will be shown in later editions of the festival.
Jaktlaget
Patrik Patsy Lassbo, Annika Tosti, Milja Rossi, Olof Runsten
1 April 2019 - 5 April 2019
In the first half of January, the IAC hosted ‘Jaktlaget’, a participatory performance about the status of hunting in contemporary society. At the beginning of April ‘Jaktlaget’ will enter the second round at IAC, ending up with a premiere at Inkonst on the 12 and 13 April 2019. ‘Jaktlaget’ is a participatory performance. It will be both violent and cute, a healthy day in the woods and a cringy nightmare.
Blue Planet Sounds
Malthe Møhr Johnsen
19 April 2019 - 21 April 2019
The four pieces all consist of material taken from a screen recording of the episode Coral Reefs from the largely successful show Blue Planet II. Each of the four sound pieces are experienced through specific visuals. The visuals are an outcome of a layering of all the original videoclips where each categorized sound was presented. The video segments vary in length, so that the visual outcome is a constantly changing performance of floating, gliding, dancing and charging animal movements.
SOUND SPACES 2019
No Roof III , Frictions, Labyrinths in Sound, Les Automates de Descartes, Hertz, Dante Tanzi, Ars Nova Ensemble
6 April 2019 - 4 May 2019
SOUND SPACES was born with the aim to provide the city of Malmö with new music, opening up the perspective towards the most cutting-edge international sound-based practice. SOUND SPACES is a window open to the present world of music creation, with international composers and performers the program includes selected pieces, both instrumental and acousmatic.
Total Leatherette
Total Leatherette
25 March 2019 - 31 March 2019
Total Leatherette is a Psych-Vogue project which informs experimental compositions through the experience of the post-industrial cosmopol, anxiety-stricken cause and effect of sensitive being - serving as a fever dream to those most likely to fail but encouraging to bask in that righteous climax.
Of mist and clouds
Rune Søchting
1 March 2019 - 11 April 2019
Of mist and clouds is a work for transmitted voices developed during a residency at the Inter Arts Center. With the voice as its key object and the thematic figure of the rumor at its centre, the project Of mist and clouds explores the relation between voice and space. The work will be presented as a sound installation during the Transistor festival at the IAC.
CONNECT
jazz composers and musicians from the Music Academy in Malmö, REAKTION! ensemble, Peter Sheppard Skærved, The Isolated Tour
15 March 2019 - 17 March 2019
Connect is an annual festival for contemporary music, arranged by the composer students at the Music Academy in Malmö, in corporation with Inter Arts Center and students from the Theatre Academy in Malmö. This year’s theme of the festival is 'Isolation'.
The Politics of Rhythm
Greta Eacott
11 March 2019 - 25 March 2019
The Politics of Rhythm is a 4-week intensive and hands-on research lab which takes experimental approaches to rhythm as it’s central point of exploration. Led by composer/percussionist Greta Eacott, the lab will facilitate the development of installation and performance works that explore, deconstruct and look to expand on current ways of understanding and working with rhythm and rhythmic systems.
What does it mean to be present?
Steinunn Knútsdóttir
1 February 2019 - 31 March 2019
The projects objective is to research the potential of site-specific immersive performance practice especially in regards to downscaling the aspect of production and interventions. The project deals with different qualities of presence and awareness transcending the content, methods and form. The work aspires to heighten the quality of awareness of the performance guests through minimal means
TEOTWAWKI
Johanna Malm
4 March 2019 - 14 March 2019
TEOTWAWKI is a video and a performance dealing with notions of apocalypse and survival strategies, a restless meditation where what comes across as alarmistic might in fact be the most probable.
INTONAL – Experimental music festival
Oswaldo Macia, Kate NV & Sasha Kulak, Tony Cokes, Aux 88, MCZO & Duke, Apartment House plays Julius Eastman’s, Femenine, Ilpo Väisänen, Burnt Friedman & Mohammad Reza Mortazavi + many many more
24 April 2019 - 28 April 2019
Intonal is an annual festival for experimental and electronic music that has been held in Malmö, Sweden since 2015. The focus of the festival is to offer an international programme of experimental and electronic music covering a wide range of genres, subgenres and unique expressions.
Athroa
Zoi Efstathiou, Egil Kalman
15 February 2019 - 22 February 2019
"Athroa" is a composition that combines an improvised electroacoustic performance with an interactive light installation. In this composition, space, rather than time, is the basis of formal organization, and the experience of the music will be embodied in the process of navigating through space and observing objects from different vantage points. The music is in counterpoint with a light installation which interacts with the sounds and musical textures in non-obvious (non-rhythmical) ways.
City Dwellers 1
Tale Næss
4 February 2019 - 14 February 2019
‘City Dwellers 1’ is an open-ended project in the form of a dramatic, immersive sound-installation. The sounds will mainly consist of voices, cries and whispers. Outbursts, statements and conversations. Although the voices will feel private, the installation as a whole shall constitute a public space, an entity like a city. Tale Næss is trying to create a third space, where history, culture and place come together as one - to trigger a general sense of how we see things and how we shape our surroundings and vice versa.

LISTEN, WORD, SOUND, RHYTHM – FROM HELL
Cecilia Nordlund, Christina Svärdström, Åsa Gjerstad, Lotta Wenglén, Helena Fa Jurén
3 February 2019 - 5 February 2019
Cecilia Nordlund & Fullmånen Från Helvetet is a collaboration between the singer and songwriter Cecilia Nordlund, noise-artist and composer, cellist Åsa Gjerstad and percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Lotta Wenglén. The music is suggestive, dark, hopeful and crisp at the same time.
VR lab sessions
VR lab sessions
21 January 2019 - 22 January 2019
An exclusive group of both students, researchers and artists meets over two days to present and discuss VR projects and questions. The sessions are not public.
The Politics of Rhythm
Greta Eacott
3 January 2019 - 17 January 2019
The Politics of Rhythm is a 4-week intensive and hands-on research lab which takes experimental approaches to rhythm as it’s central point of exploration. Led by composer/percussionist Greta Eacott, the lab will facilitate the development of installation and performance works that explore, deconstruct and look to expand on current ways of understanding and working with rhythm and rhythmic systems.
Vem Kan Bli Producent
Sabina Husberg Götlind, Matilda Årestad , Julia Giertz, Julia Öjbrandt, Lotta Fahlen
16 January 2019 - 30 January 2019
The project “Vem Kan Bli Producent” is centered around creating a community for women and transgender people of all genders involved or interested in sound tech and music production. This includes creating a national and international network, doing workshops, seminars, meet-ups and each year to have a longer educational program for active music producers. The idea is to make knowledge more accessible and to create and nurture a platform where people can find each other, share ideas and collaborate.
VOICE and the UNKNOWN
Elisabeth L. Belgrano, Felicia Konrad, Lisa Nyberg, Misha Penton, Julieanna Preston, Björn Ross, Elisabeth Holmertz
28 January 2019 - 30 January 2019
The aim of this artistic research symposium is to allow for VOICE to act as a guide into the UNKNOWN. Through an entangled mish-mash of intra-active events (performances, installations, workshop and seminars) participants will be invited to explore the potential power of VOICE and its impact on the UNKNOWN or ‘that-which-is-yet-to-be-known’. Questions driving the event include: how can we understand VOICE in contemporary every day performances, based on both sensuous and intellectual knowledge? What specific vocal features will emerge if we allow VOICE to be the guide into the UNKNOWN aspects of life and living?
IASPIS residency
Ivo Vidal, Claudia Del Fierro
11 January 2019 - 31 March 2019
The IASPIS residents in spring 2019 in Malmö are Claudia Del Fierro and Ivo Vidal. The two artists will participate in the exhibition Remembering What Is: Chile’s Recent History in Film and Art which opens on January 25 at Lunds konsthall. During their residency project, they will develop their individual as well as collective work in relation to the ongoing exhibition as well as to their previous research.
Jaktlaget
Patrik Patsy Lassbo, Annika Tosti, Milja Rossi, Olof Runsten
4 January 2019 - 15 January 2019
‘Jaktlaget’ is a participatory performance. The audience is dressed in naive camouflage and signs up to join a fictive hunting team, posing with trophies, drinking coffee 7 am. It will be both violent and cute, a healthy day in the woods and a cringy nightmare. ‘Jaktlaget’ explores the stereotypical masculine group of hunters from a speculative point of view, researching the status of hunting in contemporary society as something seemingly authentic, something humans have always practiced but which has today transformed into something almost obscure.