christian skovbjerg jensen
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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.
+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, to club, rock and performance acts. She has worked with a wide range of interdisciplinary and site-specific pieces as a freelance producer and production coordinator at Ultima Festival for Contemporary Music (Oslo) and Gong Tomorrow (Copenhagen).
Jonas supports projects that require technical equipment such as video, light and audio equipment. As a technician he has special interest and expertise in sound, both in live performances and studio activities. With a bachelor's degree in Performing Arts Design at Malmö University and after 7 years as an AV-technician, he also gained knowledge in lighting, video and scenography.
Margot is responsible for the introduction to the technical facilities such as cameras, video editing software, and VR devices. She supervises artists and researchers, both artistically and technically, and is specialised in video and digital media (3D techniques for environment visualisation, video arts, game engines, VR etc.). She graduated from Malmö Art Academy, where she has been teaching as a lecturer for more than 10 years. At the same time, she works as an artistic senior lecturer in digital media at Kristianstad University, Department of design and computer science.
Sylvia works with mediation and communication (our website, newsletter and social media) and coordinates some of our larger collaborative projects. She has extensive experience in the planning and implementation of art exhibitions and cross-disciplinary projects, most recently “Carbon Ruins” at Department of Political Science, LU. She graduated in Art History and Romance studies at the University of Cologne, Germany.
Magnus worked as technician at IAC since 2010. With his background as an engineer at the faculty of engineering, LTH, he has a deep technical knowledge. He is responsible for technical support of artistic projects concerning video, light and audio equipment as well as associated software. Magnus is also the contact person for security and access issues.
Johan is responsible for technical support of artistic projects. He has a background as ship and mechanical engineer, but has been working in the performing arts for over 20 years. Johan has extensive experience in interdisciplinary work and production teams.