The Research Catalogue (RC) is a non-commercial, collaboration and publishing platform for artistic research provided by the Society for Artistic Research. The RC is free to use for artists and researchers. It serves also as a backbone for teaching purposes, student assessment, peer review workflows and research funding administration. It strives to be an open space for experimentation and exchange.

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Conceptual map of Research Catalogue Functionality and Workflows (2023) Casper Schipper, Tero Heikkinen
Conceptual map of current Research Catalogue Functionality. This map aims to be representing the status quo as accurately as possible.
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Pondering with Pines - Miettii Mäntyjen Kanssa - Funderar med Furor (2023) Annette Arlander
This exposition documents my explorations of pondering with pine trees. Tämä ekspositio dokumentoi yritykseni miettiä mäntyjen kanssa. Den här ekspositionen dokumenterar mina försök att fundera med furor.
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LANGUAGE-BASED ARTISTIC RESEARCH (SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP) (2023) Emma Cocker, Alexander Damianisch, Lena Séraphin, Cordula Daus
Conceived and co-organised by Emma Cocker, Alexander Damianisch, Cordula Daus and Lena Séraphin, this Society of Artistic Research Special Interest Group (SAR SIG) provides contexts for coming together via the exchange of language-based research. The intent is to support developments in the field of expanded language-based practices by inviting attention, time and space for enabling understanding of/and via these practices anew.
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Sol-Kissed Bokashi (2023) Shauheen Daneshfar
This exposition delves into the realm of sustainable material reuse, re-thinking and recycling material in still photography. The artist explores repurposing techniques through personal experiences, approaching Bokashi, a composting chemical to replenish C-41 development for colour-negative film. The exposition aims to reflect on alternative practices in photographic chemistry, recycling and repurposing materials. It is a sustainable artistic journey that aims to breathe new life into forgotten objects, expanding the discourse on environmental consciousness.
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Jolly Bobs live at Solpark (2023) Matthew D'Arcy
I en blandning av film och performance, fem engelsmän berättar om varför de kom till Sverige, om deras kärlekshistorier, om vad de egentligen tycker om Sverige och läget i hemlandet. Detta konstnärlig forsknings projekt blandar dokumentärfilms metoder med scenkonst och skådespeleriteknik för att undersöker idéer kring kön, manlighet, nationaltet och invandring.
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AWESOME ARARAT June 2023 (2023) Katarina Eismann, Tinna Joné, Nils Claesson
“We need to distinguish between the logical future, which is the development of the present – and the desired future, which is the world we want to create.” This statement represents the guiding vision for the exhibition ARARAT, shown at Moderna Museet in Stockholm April – July 1976. The exhibition was the product of a large group of people such as artists, architects, researchers, and engineers brought together in a project called Alternative Research in Architecture, Resources, Art and Technology – ARARAT! Students from SKH, Stockholm University of the Arts have been working, thinking, and sitting with this together. Creating, provoking, and forgiving. Lumbung, Collective wisdom and future making. MA program The Art of Impact is after one year in the middle of their education and present work from this spring in this exposition. The one-year freestanding course The Impact of Research presents their exam projects. ARARAT has been revisited before in education, a research project in the course Take a Walk on the Wild Side: Learning from the City and Beyond, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, 2014/2015
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