Projects

Traces of costume material sampling salons / Exhibition
Charlotte Østergaard
15 November 2021 - 2 December 2021
The exhibition offers a glimpse into Charlotte Østergaard’s costume research process as 'remains of her PhD project “Costume sampling. Embodied making and moving experimentation/conversations”, that took place in the Black Room from 1 to 11 November. During the individual sessions the participants explored, experimented, and discussed particular costume material though the acts of making and moving. The exhibition consists of a textile installation and a sketchbook.
IASPIS residency programme
Francesco Fonassi
1 October 2021 - 31 December 2021
Francesco Fonassi is an Italian artist, sonic researcher and musician operating in the field of live media, contemporary art, transmission art and experimental music since 2006. His work, developed through actions, recordings, environmental configurations, radio transmissions, listening sessions, sculptural prototypes, experimental music and the creation of audiovisuals and sensory spaces, has been featured in institutions, museums, festivals and independent spaces in Europe, Asia and United States.
Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research
Esa Kirkkopelto, Kent Sjöström, Sven Bjerstedt, Jörgen Dahlqvist, Eva Sæther, and many others
21 September 2020 - 31 December 2021
The Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research aims to develop collaborations with researchers, artists and their respective institutions in the Öresund region. Its point of departure resides in the fertile and versatile artistic and academic culture prevailing in the area: the three academies of the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, the other faculties of LU, the neighbouring universities on both sides of the Öresund, as well as a plethora of local artistic, cultural, social and ecological agents.
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.