Fylkingen at Spring Clean:
Josefin Lindebrink, Janna Holmstedt and Jacek Smolicki, Fylkingen PPPOD
Friday 3 and Saturday 4 May, 1–6pm
In collaboration with Marabouparken konsthall, Fylkingen presents two acts, which in different ways activate the audience’s listening. In the installation Habitat, by Josefin Lindebrink the audience are invited to place themselves on oscillating surfaces. Between the installation and the visitor’s own body a circuit of sounds is formed that challenges the skin as the border between biology and technology.
In Sonic Sensibilities, Janna Holmstedt and Jacek Smolicki invite you to a series of activities -a silent walk, a concert and a performance- in the park and inside the gallery’s main hall. The acts begin with a silent walk outdoors in which existing sounds are observed and woven together with smaller sound installations by Smolicki. The sound walk is followed by a concert where Smolicki creates fascinating soundscapes with the help of everyday objects, prerecorded sonds and live recordings. Following this, Janna Holmstedt moves between the human, the synthetic and the beastly in her performance. Her piece builds upon archival material and sound recordings from a scientific experiment where dolphins were suppose to learn to speak english through their blowhole.
In the Konsthall’s library some of the teeming activities and the genre transcending art and musik being created at Fylkingen will be presented through a listening station for the Fylkingen pod cast: Fylkingen PPPOD.
Fylkigen is an artist run stage and association for experimental music and art. The association was founded in 1933 och has ever since supported and presented a wide offer of the most prominent composers, musicians and artist in the field of radical electronic, contemporary music, performing arts and multimedia. In 2019 Fylkingen turns 86 years old, which makes the association the oldest forum of its kind.