Looking at the power of co creation and cross pollination between art and technology/ fashion/science/ architecture and city planning, through national and international examples by thought-leading and inspiring key-note speakers and practitioners as well as experts in arts funding and processes of international art networks and projects.
SMart, Societé Mutuelle pour Artistes, is initiator of Creative.Collective with the goal of addressing the issue of collective thinking to create solutions for the future of creatives of all disciplines.
Creative.Collective is taking place at Studio Malmö. From 16.00 onward you are invited to Creative.Mixer @ Grilljanne on the roof terrass of Studio Malmö. If you have any questions regarding the event, feel free to contact Frida on 0735448628
Participation is free to all who are registered with SMart. For others the cost is 200SEK. It is free to register with SMart.
In this talk Isadora Wronski will be discussing how the philosophy behind Burning Man opens up to new artistic and collaborative processes and how collective creation is the future solution for individual creatives.
About Burning Man: Every year more then seventy thousand people gather in the desert. Artists, scientist, engineers, builders and people from all walks of life build a city that lasts for a week and then disappears. Rooted in values expressed by Ten Principles, Burning Man is a culture of possibility, a network of dreamers and doers and a global community. The Borderland is a Burning man event taking place in Denmark every year
“When one person dream alone it's just a dream, when meny people dream together it's the beginning of a new reality.”
Isadora Wronski is the Regional Contact for Burning Man in Sweden, and a co-creator of the regional event The Borderland since it started in 2010. She has brought art to the playa, organized camps and most recently the Burning Man European Leadership Summit in Stockholm 2017. Outside Burning Man she works as an International Project Leader for Greenpeace.
Water on Mars is a show of pure juggling, built using juggling’s natural drama, humor, and airborne geometry. The performance was created by three American/Swedish jugglers who have each spent over 15 years researching how to combine juggling with music, acrobatics, snow, chocolate, tap dance, and 400 roles of tape.
When these three work together on a single project it’s like 3 Jackson Pollock’s sword fighting with paint covered brushes.
Wes Peden is one third of international juggling company water on Mars. The company is based in Sweden and consists of the three jugglers Wes Peden (USA), Tony Pezzo (USA), and Patrik Elmnert (SWE) all trained at DOCH. Having just returned from a tour in the US and with an upcoming European tour, we are proud to welcome Wes Peden to Creative.Collective
For the past 20 years Ingvar has been exploring how to visualize abstractions in science and society through art- and technology-based innovation. This talk will look at how new 4D methods is redefining interaction and visualization of new architectural structures and city planning
Ingvar Sjöberg is Artistic director of Digital Art Center, a center for art and technology as well as a lab for design, innovation and visualization. He has previously been artistic director for Interactive Institute and Smart Studios as well as professor at Göteborgs College of Art
The future belongs to those who can adapt to an explosive increase in the pace of change. Near revolutions awaits us in AI, peer-to-peer networks, complexity theory, quantum computing, nano tech, genetics, crypto-currencies, string theory, solar energy and countless more fields.
Jesper will lead this session in an exploration of the organisational and cultural effects of this rapid change. Why communities, individual development, participatory cultures and co-creation contain insights and clues to help us handle the game rules of the future.
Jesper is the founder of The Castle, a participatory co-working collective of 270 people in a palace next to the royal palace in Stockholm. His academic field of study is developmental theory derived from a background in management, cosmology, design, anthropology, psychology and music. Other projects range from building projects at Borderland/Burning Man to writing a cookbook with recipes and stories from 17 countries after a journey between Stockholm and Mongolia in a small car.
In this workshop and talk Frida Wikström explains the thinking and technology behind Floating Pictures' interactive light art installation Light Graffiti. The installation was last seen as part of Stockholm Illumine Paris and Lumiere London, the UK's largest light art festival with 1 million visitors. The session ends with everyone in the audience creating a collective light graffiti tag wall.
Frida is the founder and creative producer for art and technology collective Floating Pictures. Continuously exploring new visualization and expressions in the public space through the possibility that ICT, projection technology and interactive media provides, Floating Pictures collaborates with artists, researchers and designers in the fields of interactive technology, film and digital media as well as light- and projection technology. The aim is to continuously explore and create visually and artistically innovative exhibitions and events where inclusion is the focal point.
Frida is also communications manager, producer and adviser at SMart.
This session will focus on funding for arts organizations from the Swedish Arts Council and for European cultural cooperation from the EU-program Creative Europe. The Swedish Arts Council promotes cultural development by allocating and monitoring state funding, alongside other promotional activities. Margareta Brilioth will inform about the Swedish Arts Council’s different grants for arts organizations, including funding for international arts collaborations. Margareta will also talk about European cultural cooperation and how to create a European cooperation project within Creative Europe. The session will include questions and discussions.
Margareta will also be available to discuss your own projects and ideas. If you like to book a slot with Margareta send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Margareta Brilioth is senior adviser at the Swedish Arts Council.
Intercult is an independent production and resource center acting as initiator and leaders of collaborative trans-border cultural and creative projects. They act interculturally, both as producers and experts and initiate large scale co-productions, primarily at the European level, connecting local and international initiatives and working across disciplines and in multiple partnerships. Intercult bring together artists, operators and audience, creating unexpected encounters. Iwona will be talking about how the work of Intercult creates new engaging in cultural politics and citizen communication and also how you can be apart of the Intercut network
Iwona Preis is CEO of Intercult and has been engaged in the funding process of european creative projects for the past twenty years. She is also the manager for Europe Direct Intercult
Kulturbryggan ska vara ett alternativ och komplement till andra offentliga bidragsgivare som ska kunna ta ekonomiska och konstnärliga risker för att främja nyskapande och svårförutsägbara uttryck inom hela kulturområdet.
Mikael Theorin kommer att prata om hur projekt och verk som Kulturbryggan stödjer. Han kommer även att finnas tillgänglig för projektrådgivning. för att boka tid med Mikael mejla till email@example.com
Konstnärsnämndens uppgift är att främja möjligheter för konstnärer att vidareutveckla sitt konstnärskap, att främja konstnärlig utveckling och stödja nyskapande kultur.
Tina kommer att informera om Konstnärsnämndens olika stipendier och bidrag inom bild och form, musik, teater, dans och film.
Tina är handläggare för teater, dans och film på Konstnärsnämnden.
Malmö stads kulturstöd ska ge goda förutsättningar för det fria kulturlivet och därigenom göra Malmö till en hållbar och attraktiv stad för malmöbor, kulturaktörer och besökare. Kulturstödet ska främja ett dynamiskt och mångsidigt kulturliv som berikar och utvecklar hela staden.
Malmö Stads kulturförvaltning kommer att informera om de stödformer som finns tillgängliga för det fria kulturlivet i Malmö samt svara på frågor rörande kulturprojekt. Det kommer även att finnas möjlighet till enskild rådgivning i mån av tid.
Kultursekreterare/handläggare inom olika konstområden finns på plats för att svara på frågor.
Nina Vilnegård musik och dans
Goran Bosevski film och teater
Adam Lundberg bild och form, serier och litteratur
Märta Lünnér gästspelscener och övrigt