RESIDENCY 2018/2019

 

RESIDENCY

ARTISTS 2018/2019

JURY

LOCATION

RESIDENCY

The COMA Artist-in-Residence program at STPLN is dedicated to researching and developing multisensory experiences. Breaking free from a dominant visual culture, the emphasis is instead placed on the incorporation of the other forgotten senses to convey artistic expression. For this current period, three artists are invited for a period of two months each to develop a final piece to be showcased in Malmö between October 2018 and April 2019.  This space is open to experimental processes that embrace the importance of taste, touch, smell, sound and sight. The final piece may be, but is not limited to, an exhibition, performance, workshop, immersive experience, or installation.

 
 
 

JURY

Caroline B. Le Bongoat  Senior Project Manager at  Design Malmö , Department of Culture, City of Malmö

Caroline B. Le Bongoat
Senior Project Manager at Design Malmö,
Department of Culture, City of Malmö

Zeenath Hasan   Cultural interventionista . Senior lecturer at Linnaeus University Department of Design.

Zeenath Hasan
Cultural interventionista. Senior lecturer at Linnaeus University Department of Design.

Elinor Samuelsson  Interaction designer and co-founder of  The Kokon .

Elinor Samuelsson
Interaction designer and co-founder of The Kokon.

 
 
Niels Christian Nilsson  Assistant Professor at  Multisensory Experience Lab , Aalborg University

Niels Christian Nilsson
Assistant Professor at Multisensory Experience Lab, Aalborg University

Jenny Järvå  Managing director at  Inkonst

Jenny Järvå
Managing director at Inkonst

Jenny Lee  Researcher and materiologist. Author of  Material Alchemy

Jenny Lee
Researcher and materiologist.
Author of Material Alchemy

Ulrika Forsgren Hogman  Head of Communication at LTH, Lund University. Chairperson at the board of Föreningen Stapelbädden (STPLN)

Ulrika Forsgren Hogman
Head of Communication at LTH, Lund University. Chairperson at the board of Föreningen Stapelbädden (STPLN)

 
 

LOCATION

STPLN is located in the southern Swedish city of Malmö. An international environment with a vibrant up-and-coming culture scene, STPLN is a creative hub offering different resources and facilities. Residents gain access to a Makerspace (lazer-cutting, 3d printing, wood workshop, electronics workshop, screen printing and textiles); a recycle and redesign material center; an analog media lab (film photography and analog music production); a bicycle kitchen; a co-working space and a fully equipped 200m2 event hall.

 

Since opening in 2011, STPLN has served the community of Malmö as a space to develop projects especially in the Creative and Cultural Industries. These projects range from one-off events to long-term in-house ventures (and everything in between). It is a space where people turn their hobbies into a profession.  Aside from the physical resources available, the team at STPLN are on hand to offer assistance in project development, seeking funding, marketing and branding ideas and providing connections to a wide network of creatives.