Soft City in Malmö
A two-week programme of performances, concerts, screenings and installations in collaboration with Kunsthall Oslo.
4 September 2015 - 20 September 2015

Nearly a year ago Kunsthall Oslo presented a three-day programme of performances, concerts and screenings around the city of Oslo. This year, also in September, Soft City will reappear in Malmö, in a different form, as an extension or supplement to Kunsthall Oslo’s aim to present contemporary artists, that inhabit or subvert established genres of performance, like opera, musicals and TV-drama. In Malmö all events will be at the same venue, IAC, creating a more compact programme.  All events are free.

Opening Friday 4 September at 5-10 pm

7-7.30 pm. Performance by Leif Holmstrand, Whore (Cities that are not Cities).
8.30-9.30 pm. Concert with Guro Moe, Håvard Skaset & Greg Pope.

Programme Friday 11 September at 5-10 pm

7-8 pm. Performance by Jennifer Walshe, Volunteer chorus.
8.30-9.15 pm. Performance by Sandra Mujinga, When I Stopped to Playing Hard to Get.
9.30 pm. Performance/Concert by Ignas Krunglevicius, The Gradients.

During 4-20 September the exhibition and installations open Wednesday to Sunday at 1-5 pm
Participating artists:
Keren Cytter, (b. 1977) is an Israeli visual artist and writer, based in Berlin
Chto Delat, (founded 2003). The name means “What is to be done”. A collective of artists, critics, philosophers and writers from St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Nizhny Novgorod with the goal of merging political theory, art, and activism.
Maria Hassabi, (b. in Cyprus) is a New York-based artist and choreographer.
Leif Holmstrand, (b. 1997) is a Swedish artist, musician and writer.
Steinar Haga Kristensen, (b. 1980). A visual artist who lives and works in Oslo.
Ignas Krunglevicius, (b. in Kaunas, Lituania) is a composer and artist based in Oslo.
Guro Moe, (b. 1983) is a Norwegian Upright bass player, composer and singer.
Sandra Mujinga, (b. 1989, Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo) is a Norwegian artist currently based in Malmö and works mainly with the mediums video and performance.
Greg Pope, lives and works in Norway is active teaching, projecting, programming and making film.
Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, (b. 1967) is a Danish conceptual artist.
Håvard Skaset, guitarist frequently collaborating with Guro Skumsnes Moe.
Jennifer Walshe (b. 1974 in Dublin) is a vocalist and composer.

Soft City is supported by OCA and Nordic Culture Point

Chto Delat, Greg Pope, Guro Moe, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Håvard Skaset , Ignas Krunglevicius, Jennifer Walshe, Keren Cytter, Leif Holmstrand, Maria Hassabi, Sandra Mujinga, Steinar Haga Kristensen