Date: 28-30 AprilVenue: IAC, The AnnexTime: - 22:00Christian Skjødt is a Danish artist who explores the material and aesthetic interrelations between sound, bodies and memory. His installation works deal with the imperceptible. Working site-specific, Skjødt sets up autonomous systems out of which immersive and often performative environments emerge. He compiles installations with a laboratory approach in which technical and physical experiments play a central role. Working with sound as primary materiality, Skjødts works will in many ways bypass the intellect and ‘speak’ directly to the body, reminding us of the direct link between the body, thinking and reality. His works can be seen as witnesses to what we are unable to perceive and the boundary between our sensory apparatus and the materiality of the world.