Yasmine El Baramawy
Yasmine El Baramawy
1 November 2020 - 31 December 2020
We are happy to welcome Yasmine, who found her way to the IAC through a collaboration with Safemuse and Notam. Yasmine Baramawy is an Egyptian musician, sound artist, Oud performer and composer who came to Malmö through the ICORN City of refuge programme in 2020. She develops an original sound universe around her practice of the Oud - one of the world’s oldest instruments.
IN PROCESS – Experiments and errors (part 1)
Oona Libens
5 December 2020 - 14 December 2020
As selected artist for the open call "IN PROCESS – Experiments and errors" by HAUT and IAC, Oona Libens has started her residency at HAUT. In her research project 'Spider Threads' Oona will investigate the relationship between binary technology and weaving, as part of a bigger question about how the digital technology could be defined by curiosity and inclusivity instead of commerce and surveillance.
Ellinor Ingvar-Henschen, Joachim Saxenborn, Johan Svansjö, Hillevi Hillerud, Jonatan Sersam, Niklas Hansson
29 November 2020 - 6 December 2020
The opera company Alltet performs the newly written one-act opera Beredskapsarbetaren. The performance is based on what is known as Sweden’s biggest serial murder, which took place in 1979 at Östra Hospital in Malmö. At that time, an 18-year-old emergency worker poisoned 25 patients in elderly care with disinfectants.
More + With – Less
Alberto Cavallaro, Federico Tramontana, Alessandro Perini, Francesco Del Nero, Simone Corti, Sandra Boss, Justina Repeckaite, Jonatan Sersam
30 October 2020 - 3 November 2020
‘More with less’ is an international collaboration project, involving six composers from four different countries: Denmark, Sweden, Italy and Lithuania. The fruit of this collaboration will be a new repertoire for Duo Dubois, created through vicinity between composers and performers. Duo Dubois is a young duo of saxophone and percussion, dedicated to the research and the production of recent art music.
Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research
Esa Kirkkopelto, Kent Sjöström, Sven Bjerstedt, Jörgen Dahlqvist, Eva Sæther, and many others
21 September 2020 - 31 December 2022
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.
Black Bird
Maria Naidu, Imre Zsibrik, Kent Olofsson
7 November 2020 - 19 November 2020
Photographer Masahisa Fukases complex work is translated into a choreographic composition that blends movement, projections, soundscape, lighting in a cinematic collage. ‘Black Bird (working title)’ is inspired by the artistry of Fukase as well as his photographic series ‘Karasu’ (The solitude of Ravens) and revolves around the central themes of the series: isolation and tragedy at different levels of depth and abstraction.
Passing Through
Camille Roth
30 November 2020 - 20 December 2020
‘Passing Through’ is a sound installation project that reflects upon the way waves of energy and signals move through and around space and matter. Inspired by her ongoing work with sonification of electromagnetic waves from radio, telephone and Wi-Fi signals, Camille Roth will explore concepts of barriers, connections, interfaces and conducting materials, that shape the way that information flows.
Rêves accaparés / Inkonst Music residency
Uriel Barthélémi
19 October 2020 - 25 October 2020
‘Rêves accaparés’ is a reflection on the different appropriations of sound worlds by state structures and multinationals. An open vision of how sound can become a tool of control, serving to provoke joy, fear, relaxation, violence, torture, the dispersion of the masses, or even to stimulate sales, etc...
HI GUYS!! please, ikke glem meg
Johanna Karlsson, Ingerid Frang
12 October 2020 - 21 October 2020
‘HI GUYS!! please, ikke glem meg’ is a performance, an installation, a space for today's potentially disappearing buildings, ideals, memories and things. In this project, Johanna Karlsson and Ingerid Frang explore the human vulnerability in a time where control over our lives and our identities is constantly growing. In the performance, the audience follows two characters who, quite uncritically, strive to preserve anything that might be lost.
Sonic Sensibility
Morten Poulsen
19 October 2020 - 25 October 2020
During his Open Call residency Morten Poulsen will be developing an artistic work that explore the listener’s own function as co-creator of the heard and the interrelationship between sound and listener. In his research, Morten is interested in discussing artistic interdisciplinarity, ecology, political-artistic potential of sound and listening and perceptual bias.
Sound Spaces 2020
Agata Tuchołka, Natalie Eriksson, Madalena Rodrigues, Hillevi Hillerud, Francesco Del Nero, Jonatan Sersam, Alessandro Perini, Irene Bianco, Enrico Garau, Lucio Garau, Riccardo Sarti, Manuela Villiger, Vera Wahl
16 October 2020 - 31 October 2020
SOUND SPACES is an open window towards nowadays post-classical music world, with internationally active composers and sound artists who are invited to create and perform, infusing different spaces of Malmö with their art. It is an open window towards nowadays post-classical music world, with internationally active composers and sound artists who are invited to create and perform, infusing different spaces of Malmö with their art.
Oona Libens, Johannes Heldén, Sanne Hellberg, Eva Lindal, Magnus Granberg, Stina Hellberg Agback, Leo Svensson
3 October 2020 - 6 October 2020
‘Brakfesten’ is a digital gesamtkunstwerk, a dance on the volcano’s edge, a quartet for the end of times. For this project the newly formed league Utopidepartementet departs from Oliver Messiaen’s piece Quartet for the End of Time - written in a concentration camp in 1940. With newly composed music and images the musicians and artists meditate upon what it means to be at the end of time in relation to today’s environmental crisis.
Jihad Jane Bootcamp
Johanne Marie Aagaard Laache
5 October 2020 - 11 October 2020
'Jihad Jane Bootcamp' is a performative investigation into radicalization seen through the lens of self-orchestration and body worship. Laache will, during her week-long residency at the IAC, film and produce a series of videos in the style of follow-along exercise videos on youtube that over time become increasingly ardent and militaristic. In this work, Laache explores the extremities of deference and devotion through a fictional fitness-influencer, Jihad Jane.
Transmediating meaning
Janneke Schoene
1 September 2020 - 31 May 2021
‘Transmediating meaning’ analyses audio guides as complex transmedial formats with multiple media shifts: Visual objects, sculptures, paintings, etc., are translated into spoken text whose characteristics, perceptions and readings differ from the ‘original’. An examination of these differences is crucial for the democratic application of audio guides for different visitor groups such as visually impaired visitors that are widely excluded from the art discourse.
Malmö Gallery Week 2020
Mariella Louise Otto, Lena Bergendahl, Mads Kristian Frøslev, Carolina Sandvik, Signe Boe, Sofie Amalie Andersen och Nathalie Cohn, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Kent Olofsson, Francis Patrick Brady, John B McKenna
24 September 2020 - 27 September 2020
IAC is no ordinary showroom. In our daily work, we rarely meet an audience, but a house full of artists who develop, test, and produce innovative projects in the fields of art, music, theater, and dance. This year's Malmö Gallery Week is a unique opportunity to see artists live at the IAC as we open the doors to a wider audience. You are invited to experience new art projects from Lena Bergendahl, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Mariella Louise Otto, Carolina Sandvik, Mads Kristian Frøslev, Duo Hellqvist/Amaral and Sunset Provision Choir.
From Soul to Other
Martine Flor
1 September 2020 - 28 November 2020
This project seeks to investigate technology and its influence on reading and narration in the construction of a coherent and autonomous self. Departing from a Lacanian understanding of language, it seeks to trace the impact of a digital Other on subjectivation: what would the impact of a digital Other completely indifferent of its subjects be? An Other that lacks what is fundamentally human, such as temporality, death and empathy? An Other that repeals the distance between self and market necessary for critical judgment?
The Tactilist
Mariella Louise Otto, Daniel Wade
7 August 2020 - 27 September 2020
'The Tactilist’ is a video installation, departing from the 1921 Manifesto ‘Il Tattilismo’, written by fascist, futurist and poet F.T. Marinetti. Considering Marinetti’s ambivalent subjects of intimacy, touch, violence and ‘the imaginable’ – Mariella Louise Otto uses the futurist ideology as an example of the endless possibilities and powers embedded in language and poetry, as well as a tool for exposing current tendencies within the socio-political.
The Expected
Carolina Sandvik
5 August 2020 - 27 September 2020
'The Expected' is a stop motion animated short film with an estimated length of 15 minutes. The plot revolves around a couple and a failed pregnancy. The imagery and themes are heavily influenced by genre cinema, such as body horror and psychological thrillers. A fairytale and a slow-paced relationship drama set in a confined domestic space where loneliness and violence are equally threatening.
Red Room Project / Make Sound Residency
Julie Nymann, Signe Raunkjær Holm
7 December 2020 - 17 February 2021
The ‘Red Room Project’ explores the displacement between a live performance and the echo thereof, in the performance ‘Red Room Institute’ and the sound installation ‘Use It Well’ (working titles). Inspired by the social phenomenon of ‘dancing epidemics’ in which groups of people were said to contaminate each other with compulsive dancing, the ‘Red Room Project’ investigates relations between audience, performers and the role of the directing voice.
Instrumental Bodies / Make Sound Residency
Lars Kynde, Soeine Bac
9 November 2020 - 4 December 2020
Danish composer and inventor Lars Kynde and Canadian visual artist and dancer Soeine Bac meet in the Make Sound residency to explore their shared interest in integration of sound and movement. They will together transform the space into a large mechanical acoustic instrument-body of strings and steel, which Soeine Bac will explore in relation to her own body by dancing inside it and altering the timbres with her body weight.
Hans Carlsson
21 September 2020 - 26 October 2020
Hans Carlsson’s project is Hestia’s story about herself. It is based on a written monologue, where a bitter and neglected goddess tells about the self but also about the history of the home from antiquity to the present day. She does this to remind us that myths and rituals invade the idea of domesticity also in our present time. In addition to a study circle open to the public at IAC, 'Hestia' takes the form of an exhibition at antikvariat Anti in Malmö.
Tim Bishop
30 March 2020 - 6 April 2020
'Blackout' is a unique and immersive new performance work for one person at a time by artist Tim Bishop. The work takes place in total darkness and uses spatial audio and haptic feedback to create a multi-sensory and evocative environment for a powerfully self-reflective experience. An unseen voice and a physical guide encourage participants on an introspective journey, exploring both virtual spaces and the physical room through 3D sound and touch.
Deus Ex Machina
Lola Ajima, Ingvild Skandsen, Lasse Munk
3 March 2020 - 25 April 2020
Lola Ajima, Ingvild Skandsen and Lasse Munk all co-founders of the soundartist collective 'Deus Ex Machina', all work in different ways on the acousmonium. This is why they have been invited to do a concert on the acousmonium at Intonal Festival in collobaration with Sound Spaces in April 2020. For the Make Sound residency, they make use of the opportunity to have the acousmonium for a longer period, to do research in spatialisation on their respective styles of acousmatic music, preparing for the concert.
Thousand Times Yes
Essi Kausalainen, Marja Ahti, Jenny Kalliokulju
9 March 2020 - 15 March 2020
'Thousand Times Yes' is a philosophical, haunting and poetic investigation of the limits and possibilities of language, communication, space, and the body. The piece is a collaboration between composer and musician Marja Ahti, librettist Jenny Kalliokulju and director Essi Kausalainen moving fluently across different genres and disciplines. Through its multidisciplinary and intergenerational working group the performance challenges the concept of opera and its aesthetics, as well as its hierarchical tradition.
Creativities transcending boundaries
Anna Houmann, Eva Saether
16 March 2020 - 20 March 2020
The project ”Creativities transcending boundaries” aims at mapping out current research in creativity, within music and broader aspects. Further this project aims to develop concrete suggestion on how creativity can be used as an overall perspective in music teacher education at Malmö Academy of Music. Since the key idea is participatory knowledge making the project entails numerous workshops where teachers and students share experiences, methods, questions and answers.
Jeanine Durning, Cullberg / Deborah Hay, Sofia Jernberg, Sukitoa o Namau, Janine Harrington, Tian Rotteveel, Moa Franzén, Rani Nair, Cara Tolmie & Susanna Jablonski, Stina Fors, Olivia Riviere & Lisen Pousette, Cecilia Elinor Bengtsson, Alma Söderberg
5 March 2020 - 7 March 2020
Listen with your eyes and see with your ears. A three-day bash of dance, music and performance. Welcome to a festival indulging in deep, playfully obsessive attention: Choreographic works that are poems. Highly performative concerts. A dance that examines the body as a musical instrument. Another that is music for the eye. EAREYE is a festival that listens with its eyes and see with its ears, curated by choreographer Alma Söderberg.
Way Forward Touch
Cecilia Bengtsson
19 February 2020 - 9 March 2020
Cecilia Bengtsson creates art experiences for audiences and participants where she explores relations between humans, sounds and sculptural objects specifically focused on the concept of letting go. At IAC she will work with her project ‘Way Forward Touch’, where she works with visually impaired people creating workshops where participants explore sculptural objects and sound relations together.
Emilie Gregersen, Karis Zidore, Naya Moll
10 February 2020 - 22 February 2020
TOUCH by Emilie Gregersen is a choreographic work navigating through touch and its sensuous distortions. In the quivering between the heartfelt and the mechanical, an absurdity and ironic drama arises where human perceptions of touch are being distorted in a metallic universe. TOUCH is created in collaboration with sound artist, Karis Zidore and dramaturge/choreographic consultant Naya Moll.
The Tactilist
Mariella Louise Otto, Daniel Wade
30 January 2020 - 2 February 2020
‘The Tactilist’ explores fragments of the manifesto ‘Tactilism’ written by futurist and fascist, F. T. Marinetti, in 1921. In this new video work to be recorded by Mariella Louise Otto, (in collaboration with Daniel Wade), the protagonist is giving a speech or reading while also re-enacting movements used in massage, although here on an imaginary body – merging a deconstruction of the manifesto with something close to choreography.
Justine Maxelon, Caroline Daish, Michel Yang
3 February 2020 - 10 February 2020
‘Oracle’ is an eyes-closed body-voice improvisation practice reading diverse spaces: train stations, parks, institutions, forests, public libraries, urban gardens and private living spaces. It interacts with these surroundings through instant sound and movement composition and expands the boundaries between individual emotional expressions and shared public space. Each practice session is unique to the moment and context. ‘Oracle’ was created at the end of 2015 as a need to collaborate, vocalise and heal.
Black Bird
Maria Naidu
2 January 2020 - 7 January 2020
In early January, Maria Naidu will return to the IAC to continue working on her solo dance performance which is inspired by the Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase, his book Karasu (Corps), its basic thematic and the raven (species). The work revolves around Fukase’s central themes: isolation and tragedy at different levels of depth and abstraction. A spectacular yet fateful collage that mixes dance art, movement, projected images and filmed sequences, silent sounds, drone and deafening lamentations in a cinematic way. It should hurt in the same way as when massaging a bruise.
Intonal Residency
Sebastian Mullaert, Nathan Larson, Subchamber Ensemble
20 January 2020 - 15 March 2020
The project is primarily a collaboration between the electronic musician Sebastian Mullaert, Inkonst and Malmö Live concert hall. With a world premiere at Intonal 2020 at Malmö Live, the project, which lasts over 1.5 years, wants to develop new methods for the combination of electronic dance music and classical music. The first part of the project is concerned with building the right ensemble, the second part is dedicated to the creative process and the last part aims at the completion, promotion and premiere of the work.
Midori Takada, Sebastian Mullaert and Subchamber Ensmble, SØS Gunver Ryberg, John T. Gast, Ian William Craig, Tomaga, Selvhenter, Oli XL, TSVI, Nkisi, Vanessa Amara, OKO DJ, Kajsa Lindgren, and many many more
23 April 2020 - 26 April 2020
Intonal is an annual festival for experimental and electronic music that has been held in Malmö, Sweden since 2015. The focus of the festival is to offer an international programme of experimental and electronic music covering a wide range of genres, subgenres and unique expressions.
Tim Bishop
28 January 2020 - 28 January 2020
Blackout is a unique, immersive, new performance work for one person at a time by artist Tim Bishop. The work takes place in complete darkness and uses spatial audio and haptic feedback to create a multi-sensory and evocative environment for a powerfully self-reflective experience. A voice and physical guide encourage participants on an introspective journey without visual stimuli. The work uses sound, touch and interaction to engage with perceptions of physical and virtual contexts, and to reflect on each participant's own unique presence in the universe.
Vem Kan Bli Producent
Sabina Husberg Götlind, Lotta Fahlén
25 January 2020 - 26 January 2020
A full weekend of workshops, songwriting and production sessions, and knowledge sharing. Addressed to people who are actively engaged in sound and music production. Only for women and transgender people (all genders, binary and non-binary). The recommended age is 20 years and up. The project Vem Kan Bli Producent is centered around creating a community for women and transgender people of all genders involved or interested in sound tech and music production.
Tian Rotteveel
7 January 2020 - 21 January 2020
‘Breathtaking’ explores an erratic wondering music-making body. Following a performer's private relation to all that makes sound. Finding specific sounding materiality along the way and organizing its frequencies and distribute it into a room, creating a listening effect. Whether breath, gesture, voice, or any sound-making resources, everything what feels useful to the performer to create sonic happenings in the room, but as well to understand what the next thing is to do.
trapped in bio
Signe Boe
7 January 2020 - 26 January 2020
The project ‘trapped in bio’ is an interdisciplinary project including film, literature, forensic linguistics, image scan technologies and sculpture. With the starting point in a redacted detective file, Signe Boe is questioning how to write about someone without enclosing them in a description. During the residency, Signe Boe will be conducting video- and sound recordings that will become part of an interactive publication, where new digital technologies connect printed matter with film.
Julie Østengaard
7 January 2020 - 26 January 2020
In the current sound-based work, a kinetic sound sculpture is creating acoustic sound through movement of its own material derived from motorized and disorganized movements originated in the acoustic material itself. It interacts with electronic sound in a live performance. 'Con/current' is an interchanging sound piece that blends virtual and physical sound in a virtual and physical space. The work is part of the Make Sound Residency, which will end with a public presentation.