christian skovbjerg jensen
+46 (0)40 32 57 55
Since April 2014 he is the director of Inter Arts Center. He is also the founder of and curator at Somewhere, a new public art initiative based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Christian has been working closely with artists from various disciplines in several of his previous managerial positions. He was one of the curators of the “6th Momentum Biennial” in 2011 and at the international art festival “TUMULT”, he was the Artistic Director. In 2012 he curated the public art and collaborative projects at Copenhagen Art Festival.
ragna solbergnes
+46 (0) 40 32 57 57
Ragna carries out the everyday planning and coordination of IAC’s activities and facilities. She is an experienced producer with expertise in live performances, ranging from open air concerts with the Oslo Philharmonic, to club, rock and performance acts. Through many years as a production coordinator for Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music festival, as well as through freelance work, she has worked with a wide range and size of cross disciplinary and site-specific pieces.
margot edström
manager of video/photo studios
As a junior lecturer in Fine Arts at Malmö Art Academy she is specialised in video and digital media (3D animation/printing, digital imaging and postproduction). She graduated from Malmö Art Academy in 1997. Her artistic background is in performance based video and experimentation with different kinds of narratives.

kent olofsson
manager of studios
+46 (0) 704 234 12
As a composer, he has been working with many prominent musicians, orchestras and conductors, both in Sweden and internationally. His works often combines instruments and voices with electronic sounds and processes. He is a composer and teacher at the Malmö Academy of Music. In fall 2010 Kent started his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm in the new Konstnärliga Forskarskolan where his research focuses on composition and Sonic Art Theatre. In March 2018 he has successfully defended his PhD thesis ”Composing The performance: An exploration of musical composition as a dramaturgical strategy in contemporary intermedial theatre”.
sylvia lysko
project coordinator
Sylvia is helping the IAC team with communication and the coordination of artist residencies and events. She worked mostly with the planning and realisation of art exhibitions including management, concept and re-organizing of art collections. The most significant stages of her work have been the Neue Galerie Kassel, the Kunsthalle Fridericianum, the Zachęta - Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, Warszawa and the 4th Berlin Biennial. She graduated in Art History and Romance studies from University of Cologne in Germany.
jonas jönsson
Jonas supports us in projects that require technical equipment. He’s a technician with interest and expertise in sound, both in live performances and studio activities. He gained this experience through his work in places like Malmö Live Concert Hall, Malmö Opera and from being a recording engineer and producer at Tambourine Studios since 2013. With a bachelor's degree in Performing Arts Design at Malmö University and after 7 years as an AV-technician, he also has knowledge in lighting, video and scenography.
johan nordström
Ship and mechanical engineer who has worked with performing arts for over 20 years. Johan has an extensive experience of working interdisciplinary and in production teams from the idea to the finished work or performance. He has gained his experience through work nationwide with among others Teatr Weimar, Radio Sweden (SR), Musik i Syd and Ars Nova but also internationally at IRCAM in Paris, UN City in Copenhagen and the National Theater in Oslo. He always tries to find solutions to the most impossible technical problems trying to keep up with now and future developments in VR, AR, AI and similar technologies. Has been with IAC since the beginning in 2010.
magnus pålsson
Magnus has the longest experience as a technician at IAC. With his background as an engineer at the faculty of engineering, LTH, he has a deep technical knowledge and is responsible for technical support for artistic projects from monitoring, installation and implementation to the support and monitoring of video, lighting and audio devices as well as associated software. Magnus is also responsible for security issues at the IAC.