Inkonst Saturday – Day

INKONST | Bergsgatan 29, Malmö

Saturday 4 June | 12.00–16.00

Festival pass, Saturday ticket or 95 SEK at the door


Exhibition w/

Makode Linde (photography)

Saleen Gomani (sound installation)


Exhibition w/

Nat Portnoy (photography)

Fredrika Eriksson (photography)

Freja Lindberg (photography)

Maria Victoria Høvring Høeg (interactive installation)


12.30 Film screening

14.00 Artist talk w/ Nat Portnoy

14.30 Panel discussion w/ Red Umbrella Sweden


Makode Linde (photography)

Pressing your face against the photocopier is a classical joke that bored office workers would do to pass time. The soft face tissues get distorted when pressed against the glass, distorting the features and creating comical “self portraits” that would later be passed around the office for amusement. This classical joke gets a more somber expression in Makode Linde’s series ACAB, made in the wake of the highly politicised Gorge Floyd tragedy and subsequent riots that lead to the BLM movement.


The title of the work ACAB is a well-known abbreviation of "All Cops Are Bastards", a slogan that first appeared in the 1920s in England but has since been used extensively by dissidents in protests and demonstrations. The ACAB series is another perfect example of Makode Linde’s investigation of black identity, ambiguously mixing humour and horror, nailing the spectator in a state of total confusion.


Saleen Gomani (sound installation)

Don't be shy, take your time, cum with me * Saleen Ife Gomani (b. 1993, Vancouver)

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Fredrika Eriksson (photography)

Fredrika Eriksson (b. 1995) is a photographer based in Stockholm. Through the use of analog, digital and sculptural processes she portraits motifs such as body parts, pieces of meat, sex toys and temporary tattoos that explores the virtue of identity and intimacy in an emotional and lustful way.


Freja Lindberg (photography)

I'm a photographer with a certain fondness for the mundane moments. Anything, ranging from a sink filled with yesterday's shit to the energy of an individual, can catch my interest. I document life; the ugly, the beautiful, the naked, the weird, the meaningfull and the fucking useless. The images I'm exhibiting at Erotikafton are exactly that.

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Maria Victoria H.H. (installation)

My Asshole (2017) is an installation which can be entered by the audience and consists of textiles, latex and hulahoop rings. It was earlier exhibited at the bachelor graduation-exhibition “New Art Museum” at Faculty of fine art, music and design, Bergen University in 2017. The title Solar Anus is derived from George Bataille’s essay Solar Anus (L'anus solaire) from 1927.


Film screening

A selection of the hottest contemporary short films.


Nat Portnoy (artist talk)

Artist. talk w/ photographer Nat Portnoy about her sex worker project.

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"In Our Own Words"

This panel presents a conversation about sex work by sex workers. Made up of four individuals – each with experience within and around the field of sex work – and the author and scientist Petra Östergren, the discussion will be moderated by Red Umbrella member Torch.


The panel is organized by Fennek Film and Erotikafton in collaboration with Red Umbrella Sweden.

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Heikki & Fennek Film (photography)

Collaborative photo project by Skåne photographer Henrik Hellström and Erotikafton organiser Fennek Film