Projects

HÉR! An Exploration of Artistic Agency / 75%-seminar
Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir
30 September 2021 - 1 October 2021
Doctoral candidate, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, presents her artistic research project in Music. September 30 sees a special live performance of 'Violin with Þytur' by Kent Olofsson, performed within the 9 mono channel installation 'Þytur' by Stefánsdóttir. The event is part of her 75% doctoral seminar with Professor Marcel Cobussen from University of Leiden/Doc Artes acting as opponent. Currently titled 'HÉR! An exploration of Artistic Agency', Stefánsdóttir's work is set to provide a further understanding of the situated, emergent agency in music and sound art.
Inter Feral Arts
Bremer Schlagzeugensemble, Gageego! & Elefantöra, Felicita Brusoni, Bertrand Chaviarra-Aldrete, Vortex Ensemble, Fernando Garnero, Ensemble L'itinéraire
6 October 2021 - 29 October 2021
During October 2021, the Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University and the Inter Arts Center will hold the next Inter Feral Arts Festival. The festival will include concerts, lectures, workshops, a panel discussion on art and science, and three 25% PhD seminars. Our guest ensembles include: ensemble l’itinéraire (France), Gageego! (Sweden), Bremer Schlagzeugensemble (Germany), ensemble Vortex (Switzerland), and Elefantöra (Sweden).
Malmö Gallery Weekend 2021
Jacob Remin, Dennis P Paul, Sasha Bergstrom-Katz, Sebastian Moske, Moa Franzén, Saga Gärde & others, Filip Vest, Axel Berger
24 September 2021 - 26 September 2021
This year's Malmö Gallery Weekend is a unique opportunity to see artists live at the IAC as we open the doors to a wider audience. You are invited to examine works by Sasha Bergstrom-Katz, Make Sound residents Jacob Remin and Dennis P Paul, IASPIS resident Sebastian Moske and finally, on Friday a series of performances in our open Café area with Moa Franzén, Saga Gärde, Filip Vest and Axel Berger.
When Knowledge is not enough
Terike Haapoja, Sissel Tolaas, Pia Rönicke, Pablo José Ramiréz, Markus Reymann, Angela Rawlings, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Emilija Škarnulytè, Stella D’Ailly, Jana Winderen, Solveig Suess & Asia Bazdyrieva, Forensic Architecture, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas
2 March 2022 - 4 March 2022
A symposium programme with lectures, panel discussions, screenings, installations and performances. The aim of the symposium and surrounding programme is to show how artistic research and artists today are looking for new ways to engage with and make sense of our climate futures. We all know what is at stake and still surprisingly little is being done to challenge our clear but nonetheless dark scenarios. So how do artists produce new knowledge or new sense of what we already know?