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Malmö Academy of Music

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Malmö Theatre Academy

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Malmö Art Academy

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KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces

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KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces is dedicated to researching, promoting, and debating public art nationally and internationally. The museum exhibits, produces and promotes art projects by national and international artists, initiates research that boosts the field theoretically, and collects and registers the material and digital traces of public art projects to ensure they are accessible in the present and preserved for posterity.

Inkonst

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Inkonst is an international art centre in Malmö featuring music, theatre, dance, performances, film and literature. The centre is located next to IAC in the former chocolate factory Mazetti. We run two residency programmes together and collaborate also on the annual international music festival, INTONAL.

Ars Nova society

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Ars Nova Society was originally founded in 1961 as an association for contemporary music. One of its goals is to explore forms of expression in which instrumental music and music technology can come together and enrich one another. After few years of inactivity, within the Ars Nova society the curatorial group “Hertzbreakerz” was formed by three composers based in Malmö (Alessandro Perini, Jonatan Sersam and Francesco Del Nero) and the ensemble was enriched with a new generation of performers from Malmö.

HAUT

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HAUT is a theatre for artistic development based in Copenhagen. Through collaborations with other art institutions we provide time and space for performing artists to immerse themselves in artistic research under sustainable conditions. Our formats include residencies, feedback-sessions, seminars and festivals. HAUT is a platform where experiments and curiosity thrive, a platform for performing arts of the future.

Sound Environment Centre

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The Sound Environment Centre at Lund University is an interdisciplinary centre focused on initiating, coordinating and stimulating interdisciplinary research on sound and sound environments and how people and society are impacted by these. It is tasked with studying sound as a phenomenon, sound worlds and sound environments from a multi- and interdisciplinary perspective. It is a Lund University-wide body for education and research as well as external engagement in general for matters concerning sound and sound environments.

Dansk Komponistforening

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Danish Composers' Society is an association for composers and sound artists who work uncompromisingly with music and sound as an artistic medium, and who are driven by curiosity, courage and border search. The members range from classical score composers to creators of audiovisual works, live performance, electronica and sound art, and is a unique artistic community that runs across generations and genres. Together with Inter Arts Center the Danish Composers’ Society offer a residency programme at IAC for Danish composers and sound based artists who work with experimental music and/or sound based art.

Humanities Lab

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The Humanities Lab is an interdisciplinary department for research technology and training at the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology. We host technology, methodological know-how, archiving expertise, and a wide range of research projects. Lab activities are centered around the humanities with research targeting issues of communication, culture, cognition and learning, but many projects are interdisciplinary and conducted in collaboration with the social sciences, medicine, the natural sciences, engineering, and e-Science.

Odeum | Music Centre

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Odeum is Lund University’s centre for student-based music-making, concerts, lectures and education. Within Odeum there are three student-based ensembles: the Lund University Academic Orchestra, the Lund Academic Choir and the Palaestra Vocal Ensemble. Lund Contemporary is Odeum’s festival for contemporary art music organised in collaboration with a number of local and regional ensembles and institutions.

The European Spallation Source

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The European Spallation Source is under construction on the outskirts of Lund, Sweden. The facility's unique capabilities will both greatly exceed and complement those of today's leading neutron sources, enabling new opportunities for researchers across the spectrum of scientific discovery, including materials and life sciences, energy, environmental technology, cultural heritage and fundamental physics.

WISDOME

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A visualisation centre at Malmö Musseer that will consist of a 360-degree dome theatre, a high-tech cinema, a series of laboratories and learning environments with visualisation technologies such as VR and interactive digital stations. The use of digital visualization techniques offers unprecedented new opportunities for enhancing and improving learning, education and problem solving across a broad base. The dome environment offers a fantastic opportunity to explain complex interrelationships and phenomena typical for our time.

Narrating Climate Futures

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Since 2017 the collaborative initiative Narrating Climate Futures, funded by the LU VC, has been a platform for exploring ‘narrative techniques’ and how those can catalyse the forms of political, economic and cultural responses required for a climate changed world. The research project CLIMAGINARIES (Formas), an international collaboration exploring the role of imaginaries in socio-cultural transitions to post-fossil futures, has been instrumental in the creative development of the Carbon Ruins exhibition.

Notam

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Notam is the Norwegian centre for technology, art and music. Helping in the creative process is the main area of interest for Notam. Our competences cover programming, physics, research, sound engineering and art. We use these to develop solutions and projects in collaboration with artists. Our main activities are: help in the creative process, research and development, education and presentation of art.

IASPIS/Malmö

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Iaspis is the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's international programme for visual artists and designers. Its mission is to work with internationalisation in various ways with the aim of increasing and developing contacts between Swedish artists and international institutions, fellow artists, the general public and the markets with the aim of contributing to artistic development. The Iaspis programme comprises a total of twelve residencies in Sweden, and one of them are located in Malmö at Inter Arts Center.

EMS Elektronmusikstudion

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Since 1964, EMS Elektronmusikstudion is a centre for Swedish electroacoustic music and sound art. EMS is running as an independent part of Musikverket (the Swedish Performing Arts Agency). EMS and IAC work together on the annual international music festival INTONAL, but also have other collaborations coming up.

Malmö University

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Malmö University’s mission is to be an active hub for research, education and innovation that benefits a global society. IAC have hosted a series of workshops and seminars as part of a performance research project, and aim to collaborate more within the areas of artistic research and new technology in the arts in the near future.