Kommande program

Datum:

  • ÖAR

    Datum: 
    26 May 2018 - 14:00

    Vi spelar Öar i samarbete med Stockholm stad torsdag 24 maj och fredag 25, skolföreställningar kl 10 och 12 för träningsskolor i staden.

    Lördagen den 26/5 är offentlig kl 14. Men den är endast för 15 personer med flerfunktions nedsättningar samt deras assistenter. Den föreställningen är gratis och bokas via: info@ingridolterman.se

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    Fotograf Martin Skoog

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    Medlemsproduktion: Ingrid Olterman

  • The Pignon Agenda genomför Agendum 4

    Datum: 
    29 May 2018 - 19:30 - 22:00

    Entre 100 eller gratis med Pignon Agenda T-shirt.
    OBS! inget inträde mellan KL 20.00-20.40.

    Program

    19:30 Dörrarna öppnas

    19:40 Uvertyr: Singing Up för didgeridoo och IKEA saladsskål av och med Paul Pignon – 8’

    20:00 Field Effect – real-time choreography and composition with live video by Liisa Pentti, Hara Alonso, YumikoYoshimoto, Atilio Doreste (E), Girilal Baars, koncept Paul Pignon

    20:30 Paus – i baren: videovisning (TBA)

    21:10 Spin Vector Collapse – real-time composition by Hara Alonso, Girilal Baars, Atilio Doreste, Yumiko Yoshimoto, publiken medverkar med egna rörelser och mobiler. Koncept Paul Pignon


    21:40 Paus + videovisning : Atilio Doreste -Floor Sound Exercises

    22:15 Coda: Creatures Talk – ett EAM stycke av Paul Pignon – 6’ 30’’
    skapad med Synthi 100 på dokumenta 12 Aten

    Performers


    Liisa Pentti (FI) is one of the visionaries of the Finnish dance scene. She has worked intensively as a dancer, choreographer and teacher since 1987. Her inspiration is in continuously finding new ways to play with movement and create choreography. She is moving in a landscape where dance, performance and theatre are combined, questioning and exploring the limits of performative expression. The art of the performer and her unique presence are the essence in Liisa Pentti’s work, and from that source she creates a recognizable and enchanting ambiance. http://liisapentti.com/


    Hara Alonso (E/SE) is  a pianist and sound designer. Coming from a classical background she is currently working in the integration of new technologies in music through composition, performance, improvisation and multimedia. She has given concerts as soloist and as member of different ensembles around Europe: Finland, Italy, Spain, Estonia, Germany, Sweden and Russia. https://www.haraalonso.com/


    Yumiko Yoshimoto(JP/DE) is a Japanese guitarist, active on the improvisation/experimental music scene in Tokyo. After having played in some rock bands, started playing free style guitar improvisation in 2006. Made the music for Japanese film director Isao Yamada's “daydream” (8mm/20min/2008), Released the album “Yoshimoto/Griciute/Mikalkenas” (Sculdubuldu records/2016) with Lithuanian musicians. European Tour included the Water Tower Art Fest in Bulgaria (2016 Jun). http://yoshimotoyumiko.blogspot.com


    Atilio Doreste (E) Walker, artist, photographer and phonographer from the Canary Islands. https://www.atiliodoreste.net/


    Girilal Baars (NL/RU/I/SE) is a vocalist and composer based in Uppsala Sweden. He works in the fields of electroacoustic music/sound art, vocal improvisation and traditional vocal folk music and has a PhD in composition. He has collaborated with many artists, including taking part in Marina Abramović’s performance at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm in 2017 and writing his own part in a production of Puccini’s Turandot in 2017 (Folkoperan, Stockholm). Girilal’s interest in the extended techniques of voice go together with an interest in language and the thin line between nonsense and coherence.


    Art Work: Lucie Coventry (AU)


    Paul Pignon

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    Member production: Paul Pignon

  • FÖRNIMMELSER - Lo Kristenson // Rakel E. Paulsen // Julija Morgan // Tove Bagge

    Datum: 
    30 May 2018 - 19:00

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    Dörrarna öppnar 19:00
    Fri Entré

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    Vi skapar tillsammans ett eget rum som vi nu vill dela med er. Ett rum för ljud, ljus, eftertanke, mörker och färg. Ett rum att omslutas av, och att få sjunka in i. En långsam motsolsmusik som nu ska få egna vingar och färdas ut i världen.

    Lo Kristenson är en kompositör som verkar inom det konstmusikaliska fältet och avslutar i vår sina masterstudier. Lo skriver musik som får breda ut sig i tid och rum, i sitt komponerande undersöker hon cirkulära och vridande former, samt strävar efter en lyssnande kommunikation mellan musikerna och i rummet som uppstår.

    Musiken framförs av den Oslo-baserade trion: Rakel Emhjellen Paulsen (altflöjt), Julija Morgan (barockviolin) och Tove Bagge (barockviola) med bakgrund i fri improvisation, konstmusik och klassisk musik. De har haft ett nära samarbete med Lo under hela kompositionsprocessen, och tillsammans med henne utforskat ensemblens klangspektra och samspel. De har fördjupat sig i andning och puls, improvisation och kommunikation.

    www.lokristenson.com

    Rakel Emhjellen Paulsen, er en musiker og pedagog, bosatt i Oslo. Hun har studert klassisk fløyte på Norges musikkhøgskole med blant annet Tom Ottar Andreassen, Bjørnar Habbestad, Steinar Ofsdal og Lisa Dillan som veiledere. Tross den klassiske bakgrunnen, beveger hun seg også i andre sjangre som folkemusikk, improvisert musikk og samtidsmusikk.

    Julija Morgan studerar klassisk violin för Detlef Hahn på Norges Musikkhögskole. Hon har också studier i barockviolin för Bjarte Eike och Bernhard Forck. Förutom violinstudierna har hon gått på konstskolan Idun Lovén i Stockholm och sedan fördjupat sig i bildgestaltning och komposition delvis genom att experimentera tillsammans med olika improvisationsgrupper. Julija är medlem i Damkapellet, Köpenhamn, ett kollektiv med kvinnliga musiker som lyfter fram och framför musik skriven av kvinnliga kompositörer. Som frilansare spelar hon bland annat i barockorkestern Barokkanerne i Oslo.

    Tove Bagge har studerat utövande klassisk musik vid Norges Musikkhøgskole. I sina projekt låter hon sig inspireras av olika stilar och uttryck, så som nordisk folkmusik, tidig musik, ljudkonst och fri impro. Under 2017 spelade Tove konserter på bland annat Riksscenen i Oslo tillsammans med folkmusikensemblen Frøken, och på Den Norske Opera og Ballett.

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    Medlemsproduktion: David Granström

  • Ariel Kalma / Cara Tolmie

    Datum: 
    31 May 2018 - 19:00

    Maternal Voice, Oma333 and Fylkingen proudly present:

    Ariel Kalma in concert, plus a performance by Cara Tolmie
    Thursday May 31st
    Fylkingen
    19 - 23
    120kr

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    Ariel Kalma
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    "Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity, despite spending the last few decades in relative obscurity. In his youth, Kalma traveled the world experimenting with a vast array of instruments and genres, from free jazz and minimalism to experimental electronic music, fusing them into a completely unique sound that was all his own from the beginning." (Redefine Mag)

    Born and raised in Paris, France, Ariel started playing the recorder at age 9 and saxophone at 15. During his successive studies of Electronics, Computer Science, Music and Art in Paris, Ariel performed with several bands, then toured the world and visited Europe, Japan, India, Eastern Canada, and parts of the USA. All the travels broadened Ariel's musical horizons tremendously; listening to and playing with different styles, people, and instruments, intricate scales, techniques, timing and rhythms.

    After learning circular breathing from a snake charmer in India, Ariel practiced it on soprano sax - for many sleepless nights - in the basement of a cathedral in New York (when he was not playing upstairs on the large harmonium). Returning to France in late '76, Ariel could include those endless notes into his own long-delay-effect system with which he toured, playing solo concerts. Ariel contributed to the birth of (then) new music genres: minimalist, space, ambient, new age, electronic etc.

    Over 4 decades Ariel has released several vinyl LP's, cassettes, and CD's and his compositions have been used for modern dance-theatre, films, musical poetry, guided meditations, transformational groups. Earlier this year a 4 LP box set of unreleased music was released under the name "French Archives 1977-80" on Italian label Black Sweat Recordings.

    "Stretching from harsh abstract electronics, sublime done, and rippling melodic works for synthesizer, organ, and other acoustic instruments... Ariel Kalma strays considerably closer to the efforts of ambient Krautrock pioneers like Tangerine Dream and Popol Vuh.... Absolutely stunning on every count. Unquestionably one of the most beautiful and important releases of the year." SoundOhm

    "The occult and arcane music of Kalma awakens consciousness, expands chakras, sculpts memory indelibly, appears to encompass all the emotional aspects of the universe, and brings its listeners back to the archetypal moments of creation. What is most impressive is the variety of atmospheric stimuli, the rich source of inspiration and compositional mastery." Forced Exposure

    In 2014 Brooklyn based label RVNG Intl, endless stalwarts of the good stuff, released "An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) thereby adding Ariel to their amazing roster of Holly Herndon, Craig Leon (Suicide's producer), Julia Holter, Jamal Moss (Hieroglyphic Being) and Harald Grosskopf. https://igetrvng.com/artists/ariel-kalma/

    "... A document that attempts to throw light on his Kalian approach to the notion of ambient, his desire to suspend your disbelief or extend it on the tensile drop of rain from a leaf’s tip or the fluxing contours of cloud-gathering skies... This is music to dissolve into, a biomorphic mirror glinting harmonically in your mind, cosmically groping towards the infinite." FREQ

    Highly recommended for fans of Don Cherry, Terry Riley, Jon Hassel, Laraaji, Suzanna Ciani, La Monte Young, and Charlemagne Palestine and any kind of deep beautiful music.

    Website: http://www.ariel-kalma.com/
    Bandcamp: https://ariel-kalma.bandcamp.com/
    Almora Sunrise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7RMs9OduI0
    Les Temps des Moissons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz8U-EjGlME

    And a fine insight of his world and life can be found in this mini documentary "An Evolutionary Music" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTk6LZfp9tY&t=7s

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    Cara Tolmie
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    Cara Tolmie works from within the intersections of performance, music and moving image. Her works probe the site-specific conditions of performance-making by finding ways to vocalise and place her body that access the political and poetic capabilities of physical, written and musical languages.

    Recent performances, such as Cancamon, Incongruous Diva and Bold Enough to Launch A Thousand Ships look more specifically at the affective economies that attach themselves to the role of ‘The Singer’. These works ask questions about whose emotions the singing voice acts as a locus for and tests ways that the performing body can disrupt the flows of value that profit from this voice.

    Collective practice is an intrinsic component of Cara’s ongoing work. She collaborates regularly as ULAPAARC with Paul Abbott; as a quartet with Will Holder / Paul Abbott / Seymour Wright; on collective vocal group DRANG with Mia Edelgart, Deirdre Humphreys, Katrine Gjerding and Anna Waerum; and with artist Patrick Staff on ongoing performance Litmus Shuffle. More recently Tolmie has also collaborated on new performance Aphelion Slip with dancer/choreographer Zoë Poluch and artist Kim Coleman using intelligent lighting, movement and sound.

    Cara has also contributed to many other collective endeavours in facilitating events, pedagogic and expanded research practices. She is part of the editorial collective for Cesura//Acesso, a journal for music, poetics and experimental politics and is currently undertaking two funded research projects at Kungliga Konsthögskolan in Stockholm - Gender of Sound with Susanna Jablonski and The Glossary of the Event with Frida Sandström and Aleksei Borisionok. In November 2017 she programmed AMIF 17 (Artists Moving Image Festival) at Tramway, Glasgow together with Laura Guy in association with LUX Scotland.

    She has exhibited and performed in a wide range of contexts including Tate Modern; Kunst Werke, Berlin; Tramway, Glasgow; Cafe OTO; Spike Island, Bristol; with KUDA in Novi Sad; Norberg Festival; Block Universe Performance Festival, London; Chisenhale Gallery; with PS/Y for Hysteria Festival, London; Counterflows Festival; Fylkingen; Sixty Eight Art Institute, Copenhagen; CCA Glasgow; Whitechapel Gallery; Galleri Box, Göteborg; RavenRow, London; South London Gallery. Funded residencies include - Rupert, Vilnius; Cove Park and Hosptialfield House, both in Scotland.

    Cara’s work has been written about in publications by Salomé Voegelin - Sonic Possible Worlds: Hearing the Continuum of Sound and Mason Leaver-Yap for A Sensible Stage and has been featured in The Wire, After all Online and Frieze magazines. She has also published her own writing in journal FR David and recent publication Objects of Feminism edited by Maja Timmonen and Josefine Wikström.
    She was selected to be part of Mejan Residents at Kungliga Konsthögskolan in Stockholm 2015-16 and LUX Associate Artists Programme 2009-10. She is a recipient of the Paul Hamlyn Award 2016-19.

    http://www.caratolmie.tumblr.com/

    Till it Feels Alright (2015) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUzYwKuew5M
    Incongruous Diva (2016) an outstanding performance at Fylkingen which is all shades of everything; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpD5ZxI5gv0
    Hysteria and Art: Traumatic Coincidences’ Symposium by PS/Y (2017)
    https://vimeo.com/209714999

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    Samproduktion med Maternal Voice och Oma333

  • Re 404.21ppm* - Lydia Touliatou // Miia Mäkilä // Konstantinos Glynos // Alice Clayton

    Datum: 
    1 Jun 2018
    Datum: 
    2 Jun 2018

    Re 404.21ppm*
    Lydia Touliatou // Miia Mäkilä // Konstantinos Glynos // Alice Clayton

    1 st June 2018 // Performances 2pm - 2.30pm / 3.15pm - 3.45pm
    2 nd June 2018 // Performances 2pm - 2.30pm / 3.15pm - 3.45pm

    Free entrance

    A performative enquiry into memory, access and climate change
    What slight difference can cause real change? Do we resist denial, boredom and apathy, those conditions which support a systemic disconnection from our natural atmospheres? Can repeated action and routine provide us with tools to forge intrinsic understanding of the climate crisis faced today? How can we – humans – investigate the Anthropocenic psyche?
    Re 404.21ppm explores human/climate cognition through the mediums of motion, sound and light. Two dancers perform symbiotically with a musician. At points they act in resistance, sometimes they compound. Reflecting, struggling and collaborating, they invite you to engage with an enquiry into an intangible yet present situation, supporting physical and psychological access into ways we think about our changing planet
    *CO2 in atmosphere in parts per million, mean average, 2016. As according to NOAA ERSL Data, Mauna Loa CO2 Records.

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    Lydia Touliatou // Choreography
    Lydia recently graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London. Her
    choreography is situated in cross disciplinary collaboration, site specific performance and the synthesis
    of contemporary technique with tradition. Her training consists of Classical Indian Dance
    (Bharatanatyam), ballet and release technique, and these have formed the basis for projects including A
    Response to Abstract Expressionism , part of the Next Choreography Festival at the Siobhan Davies Studio
    (2017) and Assemblies , as part of Resolution 2017 Dance Festival . Lydia completed a work placement
    with Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv , Israel in 2016, and she has collaborated with the
    choreographers Marina Collard , Stephanie Schober and has worked on Diagonal of Yvonne Rainer by
    Sara Wookey . In June, she will be performing in two multidisciplinary projects which involve music
    composition, visual art and drawing in collaboration with students from Trinity Laban and UAL
    respectively.

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    Konstantinos Glynos // Instrumental
    Konstantinos Glynos is a Greek London-based musician, playing the Turkish Kanun. He has performed in
    Athens and London with a repertoire consisting largely of traditional Greek and classical Ottoman music.
    Over the last two years as a student at Goldsmiths University, London, he has explored experimental
    approaches to his instrument, transcribing numerous compositions towards creating a Baroque
    repertoire for the Turkish Kanun. He plays with Eastern Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Greek
    experimental and traditional collectives. He has also participated in the first two Rebetiko Carnivals and
    collaborated with choreographer Lydia Touliatou across several pieces.

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    Miia Mäkiilä // Dance
    Finnish-born Miia started dancing at the age of 4 at a local ballet school. She trained in different dance
    styles until she found contemporary dance and moved to London. Miia graduated from Trinity Laban in
    2017 with a first class honours degree. During her studies she worked with choreographers such as Sara
    Wookey, Lizzi Kew-Ross and Ben Wright amongst others, and was invited to a work placement with
    Batsheva Young Ensemble in Tel Aviv, Israel. She is currently working with Sadler’s Wells Young
    Associate artist Wilhelmina Ojanen for a premiere in October and a dance company called Meta4dance
    for a performance in July. In addition, she has recently completed a placement with Anna Watkins .

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    Alice Clayton // Curation
    Alice is a facilitator of creative endeavours which critically engage with perception, learning mechanisms
    and notions of change. She has worked principally with artists exploring social and environmental
    change, previously as coordinator of the O N C A Gallery in Brighton and then through her MA studies in
    Curating, Arts Management and Law at Stockholm University. Currently, Alice is exploring emergent
    community arts and outreach for a new London-based charity, whilst producing exhibitions and events
    in Brighton, London and Stockholm. For Alice, the Arts represent ongoing enquiries into systemic
    change, and her work aims to support the artists driving it.
    Contact: aclayart@gmail.com
    +447831539620
    #404.21

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    Member production: Robin McGinley

  • Re 404.21ppm* - Lydia Touliatou // Miia Mäkilä // Konstantinos Glynos // Alice Clayton

    Datum: 
    1 Jun 2018
    Datum: 
    2 Jun 2018

    Re 404.21ppm*
    Lydia Touliatou // Miia Mäkilä // Konstantinos Glynos // Alice Clayton

    1 st June 2018 // Performances 2pm - 2.30pm / 3.15pm - 3.45pm
    2 nd June 2018 // Performances 2pm - 2.30pm / 3.15pm - 3.45pm

    Free entrance

    A performative enquiry into memory, access and climate change
    What slight difference can cause real change? Do we resist denial, boredom and apathy, those conditions which support a systemic disconnection from our natural atmospheres? Can repeated action and routine provide us with tools to forge intrinsic understanding of the climate crisis faced today? How can we – humans – investigate the Anthropocenic psyche?
    Re 404.21ppm explores human/climate cognition through the mediums of motion, sound and light. Two dancers perform symbiotically with a musician. At points they act in resistance, sometimes they compound. Reflecting, struggling and collaborating, they invite you to engage with an enquiry into an intangible yet present situation, supporting physical and psychological access into ways we think about our changing planet
    *CO2 in atmosphere in parts per million, mean average, 2016. As according to NOAA ERSL Data, Mauna Loa CO2 Records.

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    Lydia Touliatou // Choreography
    Lydia recently graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London. Her
    choreography is situated in cross disciplinary collaboration, site specific performance and the synthesis
    of contemporary technique with tradition. Her training consists of Classical Indian Dance
    (Bharatanatyam), ballet and release technique, and these have formed the basis for projects including A
    Response to Abstract Expressionism , part of the Next Choreography Festival at the Siobhan Davies Studio
    (2017) and Assemblies , as part of Resolution 2017 Dance Festival . Lydia completed a work placement
    with Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv , Israel in 2016, and she has collaborated with the
    choreographers Marina Collard , Stephanie Schober and has worked on Diagonal of Yvonne Rainer by
    Sara Wookey . In June, she will be performing in two multidisciplinary projects which involve music
    composition, visual art and drawing in collaboration with students from Trinity Laban and UAL
    respectively.

    ------------------------------------------------

    Konstantinos Glynos // Instrumental
    Konstantinos Glynos is a Greek London-based musician, playing the Turkish Kanun. He has performed in
    Athens and London with a repertoire consisting largely of traditional Greek and classical Ottoman music.
    Over the last two years as a student at Goldsmiths University, London, he has explored experimental
    approaches to his instrument, transcribing numerous compositions towards creating a Baroque
    repertoire for the Turkish Kanun. He plays with Eastern Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Greek
    experimental and traditional collectives. He has also participated in the first two Rebetiko Carnivals and
    collaborated with choreographer Lydia Touliatou across several pieces.

    ------------------------------------------------

    Miia Mäkiilä // Dance
    Finnish-born Miia started dancing at the age of 4 at a local ballet school. She trained in different dance
    styles until she found contemporary dance and moved to London. Miia graduated from Trinity Laban in
    2017 with a first class honours degree. During her studies she worked with choreographers such as Sara
    Wookey, Lizzi Kew-Ross and Ben Wright amongst others, and was invited to a work placement with
    Batsheva Young Ensemble in Tel Aviv, Israel. She is currently working with Sadler’s Wells Young
    Associate artist Wilhelmina Ojanen for a premiere in October and a dance company called Meta4dance
    for a performance in July. In addition, she has recently completed a placement with Anna Watkins .

    ------------------------------------------------

    Alice Clayton // Curation
    Alice is a facilitator of creative endeavours which critically engage with perception, learning mechanisms
    and notions of change. She has worked principally with artists exploring social and environmental
    change, previously as coordinator of the O N C A Gallery in Brighton and then through her MA studies in
    Curating, Arts Management and Law at Stockholm University. Currently, Alice is exploring emergent
    community arts and outreach for a new London-based charity, whilst producing exhibitions and events
    in Brighton, London and Stockholm. For Alice, the Arts represent ongoing enquiries into systemic
    change, and her work aims to support the artists driving it.
    Contact: aclayart@gmail.com
    +447831539620
    #404.21

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    Member production: Robin McGinley

  • DUBBLA DUETTER

    Datum: 
    8 Jun 2018 - 19:30

    NorskSvenska Samarbetssällskapet presenterar stolt:
    DUBBLA DUETTER


    foto: Tale Hendnes

    Hører du ikke hva jeg danser, eller?
    av & med Siri Jøntvedt (dans) och Ivar Grydeland (musik)
    English summary below.

    En föreställning som handlar om lyssning. En hyllning till duettformen och det vi tänker på när vi utövar. Betraktelser, associationer och dialoger kring hantverk och konstnärskap informerar det koreografiska och musikaliska materialet på scenen.

    Siri Jøntvedt är norsk dansare, koreograf och pedagog med bas i Oslo. Hon har arbetat inom det fria scenkonst-fältet sedan 1990, med turnéer i Norge och utlandet. Tillsammans med Snelle Hall driver hon Siri&Snelle Produksjoner, och tillsammans har de genom åren skapat närmare tjugo verk. www.siriogsnelle.no

    Ivar Grydeland är norsk gitarrist och kompositör. Han spelar elektrisk och akustisk gitarr, banjo, pedal steel och diverse elektronik. Grydelands fasta grupper är Huntsville (Rune Grammofon) och Dans les arbres (ECM och Hubro). www.ivargrydeland.com

    Siri & Ivar har samarbetat i ett flertal verk sedan 2003 och även deltagit i ett forskningsprojekt om improvisation på Oslo Konsthögskola och Norges musikhögskola.
    Trailer till Hörer du ikke hva jeg danser eller? : https://vimeo.com/220756697
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    Dessförinnan framträder Anna Westberg i duo med sin partner Random Fan, i ett stycke där de utforskar och ritar upp en tillfällig karta över det utvidgade koreografiska fältet, samt bearbetar det faktum att det inte finns någon ständig sekreterare på deras kontor.

    Anna Westberg arbetar med dans och koreografi, är baserad i Stockholm och medlem i Fylkingen. Random Fan är slumpens och sensibilitetens försvarare.

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    Kvällen börjar med textläsning från barscenen kl 19.30. Första duon på scen kl 20.00
    Inträde: 100 / 80

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    An evening of two duets, one from Norway and one from Sweden.
    Oslo based dancer Siri Jøntvedt and musician Ivar Grydeland perform their piece Can’t you hear what I’m dancing? - a reflection on the act of listening and a celebration of the duet form. Fylkingen member Anna Westberg with her partner Random Fan explore and draft a temporary atlas of lost dances. Event starts at 7.30 pm with text reading, first duet on stage at 8 pm.

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    Entrance: 100 / 80 SEK

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    Medlemsproduktion Anna Westberg


  • HARBIA // FELICIA LINDGREN // SEWER ELECTION // HÄNDER SOM VÅRDAR + LIEBESTOD // DJ BROKEN LIGHTS

    Datum: 
    9 Jun 2018 - 19:00

    HARBIA
    After a series of limited tapes and local shows, it’s time for the Stockhom debut of Harbia. Gloomy, industrial-tinged ruminations from Hudiksvall’s finest noise stalwart.

    FELICIA LINDGREN
    Young rising star and longtime Masskultur favorite Felicia Lindgren weavs a rough and deeply personal take on noisy experimental music. Debut 7” out later this year on IDDB.

    SEWER ELECTION
    Introductions are hardly necessary for this champion of Swedish noise. Dan Johansson’s output spans brutal harsh noise and sparse, minimalist concrète tape music, as well as numerous side project, microlabel and underground venue endeavors, always maintaining a sense of quality and style.

    HÄNDER SOM VÅRDAR + LIEBESTOD
    Rouge romantics of Swedish tape noise and American power electronics respectively, HSV + Liebestod co-synthesize expert industrial from concrète textures and martial structures.

    + DJ BROKEN LIGHTS

    FYLKINGEN (Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2)
    19:00 - 01:00
    100 kr / 80 kr medlem/studerande

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    Medlemsproduktion: Henrik Söderström

  • Last Dominion Lost - Anemone Tube + Sinclair/Abrahamsson

    Datum: 
    14 Sep 2018 - 19:30

    LAST DOMINION LOST

    The Australian unit Last Dominion Lost has existed since 1992, formed out of the ashes of Merge, a project created by Dominik Guerin, founding member of SPK, and Jon Evans. With the inclusion of John Murphy (ex-SPK, Whitehouse, Current 93, Di6 and more), the transition was complete. In April of 1992 the recording sessions for what was to become “The Tyranny of Distance” began and was released 2004 by Tesco.

    16 years later, the opportunity arose to reform the slumbering project. With the welcome addition of Ash Wednesday from Crashlands, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Julian Percy from Ratbag the reactivated band began recordings that would ultimately surface on the 2014 album “Towers Of Silence”. “Towers Of Silence” displayed a very contemporary, indicatory approach at the classic industrial sound, followed by the live album “Snowdrops from a Curate's Garden” and the most recent “Abomination of Desolation” released by The Epicurean.

    After the sudden tragic death of core member John Murphy in 2015, veteran industrial musician Till Bruggemann from Gerechtigkeits Liga became the third member, bringing a new palette of sounds to the creative process. The group is currently finalizing their fifth album.

    https://www.facebook.com/LastDominionLost
    https://epicureanescapism.bandcamp.com/album/abomination-of-desolation
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OepFrLPZllQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHbKQDgUWZ4

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    ANEMONE TUBE

    Anemone Tube was founded 1996 in South-Germany but is, since 2010, based in Berlin. The audio works of Anemone Tube are a blend of dark ambient, noise, industrial and sound-art with a strong psychogenic impact and use of constantly shifting and altering sounds.

    Anemone Tube combines analytical realism of the phenomenal world with buddhist psychology and nihilist rhetoric influenced by the works of Pier Paolo Pasolini, H.P. Lovecraft, J.G. Ballard and Hayao Miyazaki.

    Anemone Tube has released material on Auf Abwegen, Raubbau/Ant-Zen, Peripheral Records, Silken Tofu, Black Horizons, La Esencia and The Epicurean.

    http://anemonetube.de/
    https://epicureanescapism.bandcamp.com/album/golden-temple-cd
    https://epicureanescapism.bandcamp.com/album/death-over-china
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuAJctgbKLo

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    VANESSA SINCLAIR & CARL ABRAHAMSSON (US/SE)

    Working with a random-inclusive cut-up and collage method in texts, films and music, this creative couple invites the audience to be temporarily short-circuited. Cut up poetry, improvised music, jumbled film clips and vocal spells all contribute to a re-enchantment of the petrified forest of contemporary culture. Their performance is an abundant outpouring of orgone, witchcraft and cosmic elasticity. When it’s over it’s over and that’s when it really begins.

    Vanessa Sinclair is an American psychoanalyst, artist and poet. Her debut collection of poetry is called Switching Mirrors released by Trapart Books 2016, and that is also the name of her forthcoming album together with Abrahamsson.

    Carl Abrahamsson is a Swedish writer who has also been making music and films since the mid 1980s. With the projects White Stains, Cotton Ferox and solo work, Abrahamsson has released more than 20 albums, including amongst others the celebrated At Stockholm (1990) and Wordship (2004) together with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.

    www.chaosofthethirdmind.com
    www.renderingunconscious.org
    www.drvanessasinclair.net
    www.carlabrahamsson.com
    www.highbrow-lowlife.com
    www.trapart.net

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