Inkonst is an international art center in Malmö, Sweden featuring music, theatre, dance, performances, film, literature and art all under the same roof. Our aim is to present the world of contemporary art and create a platform for the new upcoming, along with the already established generation of artists, directors, musicians, film makers and culture promoters, nationally and internationally.
Inter Arts Center is a meeting point for different art genres, for art and modern technology, for researchers and artists, and for experimental and interdisciplinary art. Inter Arts Center (IAC) was established by the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts at The University of Lund in 2011 and is located on the 4th floor of the old Mazetti chocolate factory in Malmö, upstairs from Inkonst.
MUTEK is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to innovation in new electronic music and digital art, with the Mutek festival as it's main event, which has taken place in Montreal since 2000. The activities has multiplied ever since: showcases, tours, a record label and international editions of the festival in North America, South America, Asia and Europe.
Up Node is a platform for collaboration between a network of Nordic festivals for experimental music and sonic arts. The collaboration consists of seven festivals in Northern Europe and aims to strengthening new emerging artistic expressions within the Nordic Countries towards exchange of knowledge between the partners and to increase mobility for Nordic artists.
Kontra-Musik is a Malmö based record label who has played a major part in spreading Swedish electronic music internationally.
Insomnia is a festival for innovative electronic music that has been held in Tromsø, Norway since 2002. The Festival also combines new, innovative music with new technology and design through public seminars during the festival. It takes shape through live concerts, dj/club events, seminar, exhibitions, performance, installations and debates.
Malmö Konsthall is one of Northern Europe’s largest spaces for contemporary art and shows annually a number of exhibitions with an international focus, both the classics of modern art and current experiments. It was opened in 1975 and later rebuilt to hold a restaurant and bookshop as well as smaller exhibition rooms.
Moderna Museet Malmö is one of Europe’s leading museums of modern and contemporary art. With an independent exhibition programme, in collaboration with Moderna Museet Stockholm and its own international contacts, this high-quality museum shows contemporary art’s most important artists and modern classics alternated with a selection from Moderna Museet’s rich collection from 1900 and onwards.
S:t Johannes Church/The Swedish Church Malmö is a beautiful Art Nouveau church from 1907 just in the centre of Malmö and very close to the main locations of the Intonal festival. It also has a new organ, which was played by Charlemagne Palestine for his 2018 Intonal performance. The church runs a vast program of music, with both church music and contemporary music and has been a close collaborator to Intonal since the first year.
So&Such is a collective based in Malmö, Sweden, focusing on creative and beat based music production, gatherings and projects.
ICAS – International Cities of Advanced Sound – is a global network of independent non-profit organizations dedicated to advancing sound cultures, music, and related arts. The ICAS network aims to support its members in building sustainable infrastructures to sustain, promote, and encourage experimental and critical sound cultures.
Erica Synths team of visionaries, engineers and musicians have been working hard to bring you modules and instruments that will set your modular system apart from mass in terms of how it sounds, looks and functions.
EMS Elektronmusikstudion is the centre for Swedish electroacoustic music and sound-art since 1964. EMS is run as an independent part of Musikverket (Swedish Performing Arts Agency).
The Polish Institute Stockholm promotes and collaborate around Polish culture and science in Sweden.
Mägede Hääl is an Estonian festival which is an initiative to increase the integration between Russian and Estonian speaking in the region of Ida-Virumaa. The collaboration with Intonal is supported by Estonian Authors’ Society.