algovoice – Sabiwa • Klara Lewis & Peder Mannerfelt • Scott Cazan • Niklas Dahlqvist

Fylkingen, Norbergfestival & Inkonst are excited to present algovoice, with: Sabiwa, Niklas Dahlqvist, Klara Lewis + Peder Mannerfelt & Scott Cazan.

algovoice is a concert programme where we present a series of performances exploring the intersection of the voice and algorithmic composition, in the context of contemporary experimental electronic music. Artists working with AI and machine learning, careful sound sculpting, audiovisual performance and innovative voice techniques are sharing the bill at:

Fylkingen : 24 May 2024. 19.30
Inkonst : 25 May 2024 19.00
INTONAL 2024 pass buyers get a discounted ticket (100kr)!

Klara Lewis + Peder Mannerfelt
Klara Lewis is a sound sculptor and loop finder. She has spent the last decade creating equally tender and brutal albums for Editions Mego as well as in collaborations with Nik Colk Void, Yuki Tsujii and Peder Mannerfelt
Peder Mannerfelt splits the difference between playful immediacy and daring experimentation. You’re as likely to find him premiering a live show at Berlin’s Atonal festival as pulling apart fabled techno meccas from Berghain to Fabric with synapse-frying precision. One minute he’s being asked to remix Björk, and the next he’s dropping EPs of non-conformist techno for Karenn’s Voam label.


Niklas Dahlqvist
is a composer from Stockholm whose work revolves around machine learning, algorithmic composition and virtual sound objects. He is currently completing his master’s degree in electroacoustic composition at the Royal College of Music. In the piece We Built This City on Skrot och Plåt, he presents virtual field recordings from a digitally reconstructed version of the Lugnet industrial area.


is an experimental electronic producer and visual artist. She produces, records and dissects sounds and visual from natural and synthetic sources, making them interact with complex texture and abstract patterns while using her voice processed as guiding path in her compositions. She presents her live performance in various format; short film, live A/V show, installation and body performance.


Scott Cazan
is composer, performer, and sound artist from Los Angeles working in experimental music, sound installation, and software art exploring cybernetics, aesthetic computing, and emergent forms resulting from human interactions with technology. His work often involves the use of psychoacoustics and feedback networks where misunderstanding and chaotic elements act as a catalyst for emergent forms in art and sound.


Presented with support from the Swedish Arts Council