If you're curious to know what the new generation of sound artists is up to come to Fylkingen on June 1st at 7 p.m.
“I can’t hear the sound of your sewing machine anymore” is an ongoing project of Anna Linder's about the invisible work of women. “Sister Drag” was the first part and “I'm making this spare time useful by not making waste” is the second.
This project is a homage to my mother, my grandmother and to all the women who have a bad conscience because they always feel inadequate.
The duration of the event is between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. After that the installation will be on display until midnight.
A new video will be premiered in the foyer along with "Sister Drag" from 2008.
This exhibition is a result of the graduation work which ends the masters' course in sound art at University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre and EMS.
Member production: Linder in collaboration with Dramatiska institutet and EMS
EMS is throwing a big party to celebrate our selves!
Monday, May 24, 20.00 at Clustret, Söder Mälarstrand 25 A, Stockholm
Combi/netor & kliin (BY, SE ) - ambient/electronica
Suzywan (FR) - electronica
Wobbulator (SE) - dubstep
Skudge (SE) - techno
Sleeparchive (DE) - minimal techno
AUX88 (US) - electro techno bass. Legends from Detroit!
Miss Dilemma (SE) - techno
Visuals: Joel Dittrich and Kathy Hinde
If you happen to be in Stockholm and you want to come to this party, please email us your name to .
Free entry for all that have signed up.
in Sweden again, this time shooting cranes (with a camera) and then at EMS working together with Daniel Skoglund for Weld, 16/4-23/4.
1 June 2010
Installations, video and performance by the graduates of the University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre and EMS masters course in sound art 2010. Sound artists: Ninni Hasselberg, Imri Sandström, Helene Hedsund, Girilal Baars, Anna Linder. Free entry.
On 4/6 Anna Linder will present her work I’m making this spare time useful by not making waste. 2 p.m. to 12 p.m.
have decided to support 23 artists' residency centres as part of the Nordic-Baltic mobility programme for culture. The support means that each centre can receive guest artists from other Nordic and Baltic countries. Each residency is given subsidy that will cover 2 to 4 artists per year and will cover travel costs and accomodation for a period of approximately two months. In total all the centres together will be receiving 293 000 Euros for a two year period. Each artists' residency centre decides which artists to invite.
The Nordic Baltic mobility programme for culture is financed by the Nordic Council of the European Union.
The organisations to receive this support in Sweden are:
Baltic Art Centre, http://www.balticartcenter.com
BAC / Fabrikken / Hordaland, http://www.balticartcenter.com
Dansens Hus, http://www.dansenshus.se
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