To experience the works, we recommend bringing your own headphones!
Installations at IAC, 22–24 November, 13:00–18:00
JACOB REMIN Server Songs. A multichannel sound installation, a generative choir of real and synthetic voices. Songs from the depths of the servers, songs about life lived on and through the internet. Location: Black Room
HANS ROSENSTRÖM A House Divided. A sound installation that explores the mechanisms of words and their delivery. Location: Research Platform
ALONA RODEH Runway Freefall. A new CGI video work contemplating the topic of nocturnal deserted city-scapes. The clip depicts an imaginary location and event inspired by Malmö’s northern industrial harbor. Location: Dressing Room
Tuesday, 22 November
13:00–13:50 & 14:00–14:50
JUSTIN BENNETT – Secret Garden Malmö. Locative audiowalk in Pildammsparken. Listeners walk around the park using their own mobile phones, an app and headphones. Their movements determine the composition and the mix of sounds resulting in an individual experience. Duration: 30–60 min. (Accessible during the whole day)
AXEL BERGER & JOSH VYRTZ – PLUG-FAIR / Through a glass, darkly. An extended reality promenade. The audience is immersed in an internet age tale with corrupted site-specific information. They follow a deadpan guide with a laptop gaffa taped to his head through car-parks, housing estates and backyards of central Malmö. Duration: 45 min; Meeting place: Outside of IAC building entrance. The registration for the promenade is closed.
ALONA RODEH – Night as other frontier or The Well-Being of The Nocturnal City: Night Walk. With a group of up to 30 people for approximately one hour, Rodeh leads paths into the semi-darkness of Malmö’s old northern harbor area. The tour includes a boat ride into the ocean in a quest for deeper darkness. Meeting point: close to Malmö central station, details will be given when registered. Only a few places available! Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and bring their warmest, darkest clothes. The registration for the night walk is closed.
Wednesday, 23 November
8:30–9:00 Coffee at IAC
Seminars in the Red Room, IAC
The registration for the seminar day is closed.
9:00–9:10 Introduction and moderator: Christian Skovbjerg Jensen
9:10–10:00 PATRICIA REED – Sites and Localization at Planetary Dimensions.
10:00–10:50 JUSTIN BENNETT – New Babylon: listening to public space.
10:50–11:40 CHRISTINA KUBISCH – Hidden waves – about the audible and the inaudible.
11:40–13:00 Lunch at IAC
13:00–13:50 HANS ROSENSTRÖM – Outside Within. Recent projects where the human voice has a central role.
13:50–14:40 JONAS DAHLBERG – OPI (Of public interest) – how to take an active part in critically reimagining our common spaces, what values they contain, who they are for, in which ways they are shared, and how they are made and by whom.
15:00–15:40 SARA WALLGREN – Experiences, thoughts and questions in relation to working with sound art in the public sphere. Looking at two works in particular. “Rösternas Geometri” – a public commission for a hospital in Malmö where the voice and a sound installation is central to the project, as well as a recent work entitled “The Lament” presented in Lund in 2022.
15:40–16:30 ALONA RODEH – Night as other frontier or The Well-Being of The Nocturnal City: In an immersive lecture/performance, Rodeh presents various states of artificial illumination, highlighting the under-discussed subject of high-intensity illumination in the contemporary city. The audience is recommended to bring a pair of sunglasses and a hat/cap.
Thursday, 24 November
YANN COPPIER and CHARLOTTE ØSTERGAARD. Presentation of the inside out – outside in concept including a feedback/reflection session. Location: Red Room
11:10–12:00 & 13:00–13:50
FRANCIS PATRICK BRADY – Finding the Real Thing. A pervasive game that crosses several different platforms from a gallery space with collages, VR and an audio guide, to sites in public space around the city.
The time slots are fully booked!
11:10–12:00 & 13:00–13:50
JUSTIN BENNET – Secret Garden Malmö. Locative audiowalk in Pildammsparken. Listeners walk around the park using their own mobile phones, an app and headphones. Their movements determine the composition and the mix of sounds resulting in an individual experience. Duration: 30–60 min. (Accessible during the whole day)
AXEL BERGER & JOSH VYRTZ – PLUG-FAIR / Through a glass, darkly. An extended reality promenade. Duration: 45 min; Meeting place: By the entrance of the IAC building. The registration for the promenade is closed.
Immersive Days is organised in collaboration with KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces as part of the project ‘Sites, sounds and screens – New approaches to sites, locality and technology in public art’ supported by The Nordic Culture Fund.