Inter Arts Center is a platform for artistic research and experimentation, established by Lund University.
Folkmusikens Queen B – An interactive lunch concert!
25 February 2019

Folkmusikens Queen B mini rehursal show + exclusive singalong-experience! Bring your own lunch, enjoy the show, and join in the allsång! Swedish folksinger Brita Björs is inventing her own folklore diva by interpreting Beyoncé from a folkloric point of view: traditional Swedish folksongs in electropop arrangements based on the themes from Bey’s album Lemonade, creating diva-like stage clothes inspired from national costumes, exploring how to do sexy performative folk dance, all enhanced by engrossing video projections, stage light and scenography.

What does it mean to be present?
Immersive site-specific performance
February 1st - March 31st
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
Leif JF Calloiscott
The vertigo of play and fantasy in the theories of Leif J. F. Calloiscott
November 3rd - March 1st
A presentation of original recordings and a reenactment of the little-known Swedish child psychologist Leif J. F. Callioscott. He was an experimental practice based academic whose theory of ‘Audible Transitional Objects’ places play and fantasy as crucial cornerstones in child development. At the same time, he was convinced that the fantastical, magical or “unreal” sonic elements that we are exposed to whilst young help us create a picture of reality as its polar opposite.
Amfi #1-4 (working title)
Saga Gärde
January 1st - June 30th
The project AMFI # 1-4 (working title), deals with the question of how one with sound design and video can create a dramatic situation in a lyrical text performed on stage. The project aims to investigate the staged reading as a theatric form in order to create a new scene for contemporary drama – with monthly premieres where texts are read and dramatized through video and sound design during a two years period as a start. The intention is to draw attention to and emphasize the dramatic potential of new texts.