The Museum of the Sketches in Lund celebrates its 80th anniversary on Saturday October 25. The events start at 12pm and features Konstnärliga Forskarskolan PhD Sara Wilén among others. More information at the Museum website.
Kapitel, Kaput, Kapital, Kapitulera, Capitulum:\of a text and a part of the arm, a collaboration among others
Malin Arnell will be collaborating with Imri Sandströn and Fia Backström this fall. Between October 27 and November 16, they share their process at Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation in Stockholm. The exhibition is curated by Nathalie Åhbeck.
Regular opening hours:
SUNDAY RUN_UP with Hanna Wildow, Sara Ruddock, Joakim Nyström, Malin Arnell,
Sebastian Lingserius, Ofelia Jarl Ortega, Elin Magnusson, Cecilia Parsberg, Liv Strand, Marcus Doverud. SUNDAY RUN_UP is organized by ccap and Cristina Caprioli, Philip Berlin and Ulrika Berg at Design Hall, LM Ericsson Väg 14, Stockholm.
Release for Johanna Gustavssons book “Jag gör vi varje dag.” at Konsthall C.
A 15 minutes performance during Creative Time Summit: Stockholm, at Kulturhuset.
Frédéric Gies artistic development project “Bad Girls’ Practice” at Stockholms konstnärliga högskola, Linnégatan 87
Where: Strindbergs Intima Teater, Stockholm
When: October 19 and 20
PhD candidate at StDH, Anna Petterson, is playing her acclaimed production of Strindberg’s Fröken Julie on a tour arranged by Riksteatern. The performances are
When: September 20, 21, 25, 26, 27
Opera improvisation by the group Operaimprovisatörerna: Mozart in Uppland.
The audience is participating in these performances by giving topics and objects to the performers upon which they will build the plot. The music is improvised but alsa a remix of Mozart, Bellini, Verdi, Bizet and Purcell among others.
This is a unique event in Sweden. For more information see Musik i Uppland.
When: Saturday, September 13 at 19.00. Playing until September 20.
Where: Black Room at Inter Arts Center in Malmö.
A stove. A cigarette. A nylon nightgown. The naked skin.
Elfriede Jelinek, Sylvia Plath, Ingeborg Bachmann and Marlen Haushofer will tell you the truth. But it wouldn´t be possible if the object of revelation were another human being. Consequently, it is a wall.
The Wall is the fifth and last part of the suite Princess Dramas: Death and the Maiden I-V by Elfriede Jelinek. Here, Sylvia and Inge are performing a ritual slaughter on a male animal. The title, The Wall, refers to the 1963 novel of the same name by Austrian author Marlen Haushofer, whose unnamed protagonist awakes one day to find herself completely alone in a world that has died; separated from the outside world by an invisible wall, she writes on scraps of paper in an attempt to retain her sanity through the ordeal.
Together with the production of Rosamunde (2011) and the coming Winterreise (2016), the performance of The Wall founds the artistic articulation of the doctoral thesis work by Petra Fransson at the Theatre Academy in Malmö. Thematically, the triptych problematizes emancipation – investigates the relationship between the body and a possible existence by probing Simone de Beauvoir’s ethics of ambivalence as an artistic method – and seeks to promote acting as a dialogical and reformulating practise.
Translation: Magnus Lindman | Adaptation and performance: Petra Fransson | Set design: Sofie Josefsson | Costume and mask design: Jenny Ljungberg | Light design: Mira Svanberg
Tickets at www.kulturcentralen.nu
The production is a collaboration between Avdelning14 and the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts at Lund University, with support from Kulturrådet and Stockholm Stad. Publisher: Nordiska ApS – Köpenhamn
Tacit or Loud is an international symposium and a festival for experimental arts at the Inter Arts Center in Malmö, Sweden. Tacit or Loud focuses on intermedia art and presents several international world premieres. Inter Arts Center (IAC) is an organization within the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts located in the old Mazetti chocolate factory in Malmö. IAC provides good facilities for interdisciplinary projects, including fine arts, music and theatre, but also other arts and disciplines. For information on the venues please see http://www.iac.lu.se.
We embrace an ecological perspective on knowledge that stretches from the tacit and embodied knowing of the artist to propositional and scientific knowledge production. Indeed, the knowledge in art can sometimes be more loud than silent. We now welcome proposals to a symposium that challenges the format of the scientific symposium. Contributions may be in artistic form (encouraged), as conference papers or in a format that combines the two. The ambition with Tacit or Loud is to merge various kinds of knowledge production in the arts with analytical modes of thinking. Hence, it is centered around the concept of the lab as a venue for a review of artistic work and research as process.
For the complete call and more information, please see Tacit or Loud: call for presentations.
Flutist and PhD candidate Bruno Faria will present his 50% seminar at Malmö Academy of Music starting on June 3 with a Soundpainting ensemble performance in Liljieforssalen.
The title of his work is Embodying music through (un)notated signs and gestures: reexamining musicianship through the transformed musical horizon of the sign language Soundpainting and his opponent will be Catarina Domenici (UFRGS – Brazil). A solo performance and their discussion on his thesis will start at 10:00 on June 4.
On the June 5 (10-15), Catarina Domenici will speak about her collaborative work with composers and also about research in music in Brazil.
A new work as part of the artistic research project Music in Movement and Nguyen Thanh Thuys PhD project at Malmö Academy of Music in collaboration with Teatr Weimar will begin with video recordings and a concert at the end of May. Kent Olofsson will compose the music. The premiere of the final work is scheduled for November/December 2014.
Hamlet II:exit ghost has been drafted for the radio theater competition in Croatia. The piece is a collaboration between the Swedish Radio Theater and teatr Weimar, both residing in Malmö. The theme for the festival is Old texts revisited and it is arranged by the Croatian radio.
Hamlet II: exit ghost is part of Kent Oloffssons PhD work at KMH.
Where: Salle Vasari, à l’INHA, Galerie Colbert. Accès: 6 rue des Petits – Champs ou 2 rue Vivienne, Paris
When: May 14, 19:00
Passive Liquidity Provider
Participants: Jo Randerson (drama), Mark Jeary (actor), Claes-Henrik Julander (investor), Ybodon (computer scientist).
Presented in collaboration with Something You Should Know: Artistes et Producteurs, Paris.
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