Lisa Ullén & Lars Bröndum performs new music for piano and live electronics

3 Mar 2018 - 19:30

Bild: Lisa Ullén

Lisa Ullén and Lars Bröndum has performed together in several ensembles and projects since 2004 and are now returning as a duo.
The evening will feature premiers of new compositions by Bröndum/Ullén for piano and live electronics in surround sound with generative visuals.

More info:
Lisa Ullén:
Lars Bröndum:


Doors opens at 19.30, concert starts 20.00

Entrance 80:-/ students 40:-

Medlemsproduktion: Lars Bröndum

Disorder residence #1 Tisha Mukarji

8 Mar 2018

Under tre dagar anordnar Disorder ett residens på Fylkingen.
Där kommer Berlinpianisten, kompositören och improvisatören Tisha Mukarji tillsammans med en lokal ensemble bestående av Lisa Ullén, Vilhelm Bromander, Johan Arrias, Anna Högberg och Erik Carlsson arbeta fram musik utifrån varandras idéer, erfarenhet, impulser och material.

Resultatet kommer att presenteras två gånger den 8e mars - den internationella kvinnodagen. Dels som en lunchkonsert kl 12 men också som en festivalkväll kl 19:30 där det bjuds på flertalet akter i olika sättningar.

Varmt välkommen att komma och ta del av detta!

Tisha Mukarji - flygel
Lisa Ullén - flygel
Vilhelm Bromander - kontrabas
Johan Arrias - klarinett
Anna Högberg - saxofon
Erik Carlsson - slagverk


lunch konsert 12:00-12.45
Entré Gratis


kvällskonsert dörrarna öppnar 19:30
Entré 100/80


Med stöd av Konstnärsnämnden och Stockholms stad

Medlemsproduktion: Lisa Ullén

Touch presents: Yann Novak, Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Leif Elggren

9 Mar 2018 - 19:30

Since its first release in 1982, Touch has created audio-visual productions that combine innovation with a level of care and attention that has made it the most enduring of any independent company of its time.

Carl Michael von Hausswolff (born 1956) is a composer, visual artist, and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden. His main tools are recording devices (camera, tape deck, radar, sonar) used in an ongoing investigation of electricity, frequency, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference. Major exhibitions include Manifesta (1996), documenta X (1997), the Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Sound Art - Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo (2000), the Venice Biennale (2001, 2003 and 2005) and Portikus, Frankfurt (2004). Hausswolff received a Prix Ars Electronica award for Digital Musics in 2002.

Von Hausswolff was born in Linköping. He is an expert in the work of Friedrich Jürgenson, electronic voice phenomena (EVP) a researcher who claimed to have detected voices of the dead hidden in radio static. Hausswolff's own sound works are pure, intuitive studies of electricity, frequency and tone. Collaborators include Erik Pauser, with whom he worked as Phauss (1981-1993), Leif Elggren and John Duncan (artist). He also collaborates with EVP researcher Michael Esposito, film maker Thomas Nordanstad and with Graham Lewis (Wire) and Jean-Louis Huhta in the band OSCID.

Hausswolff is co-monarch (with Elggren) of the conceptual art project The Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland (KREV), all areas of no-man's land, territories between national boundaries on both land and sea, digital and mental spaces. This nation has its own national anthem, flag, coat of arms, currency, citizens and ministers.

Leif Elggren (born 1950, Linköping, Sweden), is a Swedish artist who lives and works in Stockholm.

Active since the late 1970s, Leif Elggren has become one of the most constantly surprising conceptual artists to work in the combined worlds of audio and visual. A writer, visual artist, stage performer and composer, he has many albums to his credits, solo and with the Sons of God, on labels such as Ash International, Touch, Radium and his own Firework Edition. His music, often conceived as the soundtrack to a visual installation or experimental stage performance, usually presents carefully selected sound sources over a long stretch of time and can range from quiet electronics to harsh noise. His wide-ranging and prolific body of art often involves dreams and subtle absurdities, social hierarchies turned upside-down, hidden actions and events taking on the quality of icons.

Together with artist Carl Michael von Hausswolff, he is a founder of the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland (KREV) where he enjoys the title of king.

Yann Novak is an artist, composer, and curator based in Los Angeles. His work is guided by his interests in perception, context, movement, and the felt presence of direct experience. Through the use of sound and light, Novak explores how these intangible materials can act as catalysts to focus our awareness on our present location in space and time. Novak’s diverse body of works – audiovisual installations, performances, architectural interventions, sound diffusions, recording, and prints – ask participants to reclaim the present moment as a political act.

Novak’s work has been experienced through exhibitions and performance at the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena; The Broad, Los Angeles; California Museum of Photography, Riverside; Commonwealth & Council, Los Angeles; de Young Museum, San Francisco; Getty Villa, Pacific Palisades; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; Human Resources, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Mutek Festival, Montreal; Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Soundfjord, London; Susanne Vielmetter LA Projects, Los Angeles; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York; and The Stone, New York, among others. His recorded sound works have been published by Farmacia901, Berlin; Hibernate, Leeds; Home Normal, London; LINE Imprint, Los Angeles; Tigerbeat6, Los Angeles; and Touch, London, among others.


Entré: 120 kr/100 kr (Fylkingen members)



Medlemsproduktion: Joachim Nordwall, Mike Harding and Daniel Rozenhall