Kommande program


  • Koreografin

    22 May 2019 - 18:00

    TICKETS: https://kulturbiljetter.se/evenemang/3969/koreografin
    80 kr – 120 kr

    ons 22 maj kl 18.00 –
    ons 22 maj kl 19.30 – INSTÄLLD

    Vad händer när du rör dig på ett vis som du inte har gjort förut eller hälsar på en vän på ett annorlunda sätt? Koreografin utforskar världen genom rörelse och undersöker hur sättet vi rör oss kan påverka vad vi tänker, ser och känner. I Koreografin kan du aldrig göra eller vara fel på något sätt, allt blir rätt!

    Koreografin är en interaktiv föreställning som bygger på publikens medverkan. Alla i publiken får ett par hörlurar och i dem guidar en röst som säger hur de ska röra sig, förhålla sig till sin egen kropp och relatera till varandra. Det är med andra ord inga dansare eller skådespelare med i föreställningen, utan det är publiken som skapar Koreografintillsammans.

    Varje person i publiken kan själv välja om den vill genomföra föreställningen på arabiska, turkiska, svenska, sorani, ryska, pashto, dari, somaliska, persiska, ryska eller engelska. Oavsett språk kan alla delta tillsammans och lyssna till samma instruktioner.

    Föreställningslängd: ca. 45 min
    Språk: svenska, engelska, arabiska, turkiska, kurdiska, pashto, dari, somaliska, persiska och ryska.
    Föreställningen är lämplig från 10 år.
    Idé och koncept: Annica Styrke, Karin Wiklund, Johan Sundén och Anna Haglund.
    Produced by: Johanssons pelargoner och dans
    I samarbete med: Bohm Bohm Room
    Kontaktinformation: info@koreografin.se
    Med stöd av: Allmänna Arvsfonden


    What happens when you move in a way that you have not done before, or when you greet a friend in a different way? The Choreography explores the world through movement and examines how our ways of moving can affect what we think, see and feel. In The Choreography there is no wrong move you can make, everything turns out just right!

    The Choreography is an interactive performance based on audience participation. Everyone in the audience gets a pair of headphones through which they will hear a voice telling them how to move, how to relate to one’s body and how to relate to one another. In other words, there are no dancers or actors in the performance, but it is instead the audience itself which creates The Choreography together.

    Each person in the audience can choose whether they want to experience the performance in Swedish, English, Arabic, Turkish, Sorani, Pashto, Dari, Russian, Somali or Farsi. Regardless of language, everyone can participate together and listen to the same instructions.

    Duration: about 45 minutes.
    Languages: Swedish, Arabic, Turkish, Sorani, Pashto, Dari, Somali, Farsi, Tigrinya, Russian and English.
    Suitable for ages ten and up.
    Idea and koncept: Annica Styrke, Karin Wiklund, Johan Sundén and Anna Haglund.
    Produced by: Johanssons pelargoner och dans
    In association with: Bohm Bohm Room
    Contact: info@koreografin.se
    Supported by: Allmänna Arvsfonden



  • XKatedral • Jasmine Guffond • Maria W Horn & Vilhelm Bromander • Katt Hernandez • Continuity (DJ)

    24 May 2019 - 20:00


    Jasmine Guffond • Maria W Horn & Vilhelm Bromander • Katt Hernandez • Continuity (DJ)

    May 24, 2019
    20:00 - 01:00

    Jasmine Guffond is a sound artist and composer working at the interface of social, political and technical infrastructures. Her practice spans live performance, recording, sound installation and custom made browser plug-in. Through the sonification of data she addresses the potential for sound to engage with contemporary political questions. Recent projects employed digital technologies, sonification and the aesthetisation of data as a means of fostering discussion around contemporary surveillance technologies as well as producing experimental audio works. Interested in providing an audible presence for phenomena that usually lies beyond human perception, via the sonification of facial recognition algorithms, global networks or internet tracking cookies she questions what it means for our personal habits to be traceable, and for our identities, choices and personalities to be reduced to streams of data. Jasmine has exhibited internationally including Akademie der Künste (DE), Deutsche Oper (DE) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (AU), performed live internationally at music and electronic art festivals, and recorded music for CD and 12inch vinyl releases with the Staubgold, Sonic Pieces and Karl Records labels. She completed the Sound Studies, master in arts program at the Universität der Künste, Berlin Germany, 2015 and received the ‘Working Grant for New Music und Sound Art’ from the Berlin Senate in 2016. She is a current PhD candidate at UNSWAD, Sydney Australia conducting research into sound as a method of investigation into contemporary digital surveillance.

    Maria W Horn & Vilhelm Bromander

    Vilhelm Bromander is a swedish bass player, improviser and composer based in Stockholm. He embraces his bass from many different angles, with a great curiosity in sound, texture, intonation and timbre. Often he directs his focus to acoustic details such as beating, common partials and difference tones – to hear what happens with our perception when we allow ourselves to be immersed in sound for a longer stretch of time. He draws inspiration from a wide variety of genres such as improvised music, free jazz and electronic music as well as his studies of just intonation and dhrupad.

    Maria W Horn is an experimental composer concerned with manipulating time and space through sonic extremes. Horn’s work oscillates between minimalist structures and piercing power electronics, simultaneously utilising synthesis, acoustic instruments and audiovisual components. Her work examines aspects of human perception, such as how audiovisuality and changes in stimuli can conspire to transcend everyday life and conventional modes of perception, ultimately invoking alternative mental states.

    Katt Hernandez

    Maverick violinist, improvisor and composer Katt Hernandez moved to Stockholm in 2010, and works with a host of artists in many projects. She began a PhD in Music at Lund university in 2015, burning to understand and trasmute the vast forces shaking cities apart through the ephemeral, the gentle and the complex, in sound. She also spent the last three years as a researcher at the Royal Music Academy of Sweden in Klas Nevrin's Music in Disorder project, and currently plays in the Fire! orchestra, as well as a host of other sudden, spontaneous configurations in spaces both known and unlikely. Her playing, making and doing have been featured both locally and internationally. Before leaving the U.S., Katt was a veteran of experimental music scenes, Art Spaces and activist circles on the east coast, where she worked with a vast array of musicians, dancers, puppeteers, film-makers and other artists.

    Continuity (DJ)

    Continuity is the latest offering from Sand Circles, aka Stockholm-based artist Martin Herterich. While his solo work is usually associated with the Swedish experimental underground, with musical projects ranging from off-kilter soundscaping to crude industrial tape works, Sand Circles played with dreamy, pop-infused techno music. His latest work Continuity is a further exploration of those same themes; the ecstasy of city life depicted through processed field recordings, stretched harmonies and faded club music.
    Medlemsproduktion: Kali Malone

  • Nordic EAM, serie 1:a konserten, fixed media.

    25 May 2019 - 19:00

    SEAMS kurerar
    Artist TBA


    Samproduktion med SEAMS

  • COLLECTIVELY at Fylkingen

    26 May 2019 - 16:00 - 22:00


    A forum on the art of thinking, working and living together. Invitation to a public gathering at Fylkingen in Stockholm

    Time: Doors open at 4pm, food* from 7pm

    Number of participants is limited. Please RSVP to info@iaspis.se

    Come and join Collectively! This public gathering is the final part of a three-day forum that gathers participants coming from the arts and beyond, sensitive to developing new ways of working, thinking and living together. Many have developed specific tools, strategies or languages; they are often motivated by precise social concerns and research interests; through collaboration they articulate specific ethical positions and experiment with alternative forms of practice.

    Directions: Entrance at Münchenbryggeriet, from Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2 through the arch, accross the parking lot. Subway station Mariatorget, exit Polishuset/Torkel Knutssonsgatan.

    *Korean food available (vegan), 100 SEK per serving.

    Follow Collectively on social medias: #collectivelyiaspis

    Participants: Erik Annerborn, Art Labor, Bigert & Bergström, Brunåkra, Eglė Budvytytė, The Center for the Less Good Idea, Loulou Cherinet, Council, CUSS Group, Anne Davidian, Art Lab Gnesta, Nathalie Gabrielsson, keyon gaskin, Cecilia Gelin, Benji Gerdes, Gideonsson/Londré, Goldin+Senneby, Soledad Gutiérrez, Gudskul, Gylleboverket, Felice Hapetzeder, Sandi Hilal, Laura Huertas Millán, Hyphen, INLAND, IntraGallactic, Virginija Januškevičiūtė, Martin Guinard-Terrin, Hanni Kamaly, Alexandra Khazina, Angie Keefer, k.ö.k, La Nocturna, Inga Lāce, My Lindh, Joanna Lombard, Lundahl & Seitl, Alice Máselniková, Raimundas Malašauskas, Mapping the Unjust City, Ana Mendes, Elena Narbutaitė, Robertas Narkus, Stina Pehrsdotter, Public Movement, Vivian Rehberg, Rejmyre Art Lab, Andreas Ribbung, Elham Rokni, Viktorija Rybakova, S!GNAL, Aron Schoug, Smychka, Jenny Soep, Claire Tancons, Hiroko Tsuchimoto, Kathryn Weir, Werker Collective, Knutte Wester, Sofia Wiberg, WochenKlausur, Giorgiana Zacchia, Rut Karin Zettergren, and Iaspis team.

    Collectively is a concept developed by Council and commissioned by Iaspis, curated by Grégory Castéra (co-director of Council, Paris), together with advisors Raimundas Malašauskas (independent curator), Claire Tancons (independent curator, artistic director of the Sharjah Biennial 14) and Kathryn Weir (director and chief curator of the Cosmopolis platform, Centre Pompidou, Paris and Chengdu). Design Stefan Engblom and Aron Kullander-Östling, text documentation Frida Sandström, photography Jean-Baptiste Béranger. Organized by Iaspis/the Swedish Arts Grants Committee in collaboration with Fylkingen and with support from Lithuanian Culture Institute and Spanish Embassy in Stockholm. Council is supported by the Foundation for Arts Initiatives.

    Iaspis is the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Programme supporting international exchange for practitioners in the areas of visual art, design, craft and architecture. Iaspis' activities aim to enable professionals to develop artistically and improve their working conditions by establishing international contacts between practitioners and professionals such as curators and critics and others active in the field.

    Council assembles artists, researchers and members of the civil society to foster better understandings of societal issues. Council’s curatorial programme is based on long-term ‘inquiries’ which generate exhibitions, events, publications and the production of artworks. With the fellowship programme AFIELD, Council also gather and support an international network of artists and cultural producers who initiate sustainable social initiatives across the world. Council believes in the transformative potential of the arts and works towards extending its influence across other domains.


    Mer info:https://www.konstnarsnamnden.se/default.aspx?id=22547

    • *Development of Season 2 for The Centre for the Less Good idea, Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo : Stella Olivier.

    Samproduktion med IASPIS


    31 May 2019 - 19:00

    Door opens at 19:00 - Concert starts 19:30

    Núria Andorrà (feat. Casey Moir & Hara Alonso)

    Núria Andorrà is one of the most exciting percussionist from Barcelona’s music scene. As improviser she has has collaborated with Agustí Fernández, Le Quan Nihn, Ingar Zach, Mats Gustafsson, Pablo Ledesma, Nate Wooley, Frances-Marie Uitti, Joe Morris, Fred Frith and Joëlle Léandre among many others. She has been involved within different contemporary music ensembles: Icarus Ensemble, Abstrai Ensemble, Barcelona 216, Kammart and Patschwork Ensemble.

    Besides, she is the artistic director of the MontMusic Festival and Improject Ensemble. She teaches improvisation at the ESMUC and give workshops. She has been a percussion teacher in Conservatory of music of the diputació de Tarragona and Conservatory of Liceu from Barcelona.


    Alexandra Nilsson

    Alexandra Nilsson is a composer and musician based in Stockholm. She mainly composes and performs with trumpet or other objects and live-electronics.

    Her work stretches between sound art, noise, electronica and free improvisation. The interaction and borderland between acoustic and electronic sound worlds is of great interest to her. She is interested in discovering and researching physical materials, both soundwise, visually and contextually. In one of her latest project she is researching the sound world of stones, mainly limestone and sandstone from her childhood shores.

    Lyrical as well as brutal, minimalist and maximalist, organic and non-organic, she creates both order and chaos.

    Yorgos Stavridis

    Musician, sound artist, primarily percussionist and composer.
    He explores the sonic range of percussion instruments in continuous interplay with electronic media and technology.
    Approaching sound texture and timbre as the main elements for interpreting and making music, Yorgos emphasises improvisation as a source of musical expression, responding through immediate action and playfulness to the temporality and site specificity of sound and music.
    He studied Instrumental and Electroacoustic composition at the Ionian University and classical percussion at the Athens Conservatoire.
    Currently he is part of the master CoPeCo (Contemporary Music and Composition).

    DJ Isla de Atlas at the bar

    Medlemsproduktion: Hara Alonso


    1 Jun 2019 - 19:00


    Entré 200 kr (ink iDEAL LP, CS eller CD)
    Förköp via https://idealrecordings.bandcamp.com/merch/idealfest-sthlm-2019-ticket

    Medlemsproduktion: Joachim Nordvall och Daniel Rozenhall