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
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.
Climate Just Worldings
What would it mean to my artistic practice if there was a built-in limitation for me to use more resources than my share? What would a world look like, where future generations could access and confront the present with its overdraw of resources? Through different forms of “worldbuilding” like the film industry’s “storyworlds” and the “worldings” of material feminist theory these questions will be investigated.
Jenny Sunesson (b. 1973) is a Swedish artist predominantly
working with sound. Her practice ranges from field recording and live collages to conceptual sound art and video. Sunesson uses her own life as a stage for her dark, tragic and sometimes comical re-contextualised work where real and invented characters and
derogated stereotypes, collaborate in the alternate story of hierarchies and normative power structures in society.
Poetics of landness
Sigrid Espelien, Stacy Jo Scott, Arely Amaut
Poetics of landness/Tiémpo de las tierras/Landaktig poesi is an ongoing collaboration and exchange platform between Stacy Jo Scott (OR, USA), Arely Amaut (Cuscu, Peru) and Sigrid Espelien (Oslo, Norway).
The exposition contains text, videos, drawings and it is meant to be seen on a laptop.
Reconfiguring the Landscape in Greenwich
In 2022, the SOUND/IMAGE Research Group at the University of Greenwich hosted one of the Reconfiguring the Landscape international workshops. Unlike previous workshops, we decided to split the work over two periods. The first period was from the 17th to the 24th of July, and the second was from the 25th to the 27th of October. During the first period, members of the artistic team were joined by members of the SOUND/IMAGE Research Group to investigate several historic sites in Greenwich. In the second period, the artistic team performed an outdoor concert in Greenwich Market. The work was carried out in collaboration with researchers Brona Martin, Emma Margetson, and Angela McArthur.
Reconfiguring the Landscape CD
The Reconfiguring the Landscape documentation CD focused on the public space outdoor sound installations that Natasha Barrett had created during each year of the project and marking new phases in the work addressing urban noise with 3D sound.
As a final conclusion to the research project three of the five outdoor sound installations were remixed for an indoor exhibition space as a multi-part work called “Sound Worlds.” The sound exposition was installed in the Foredragsale at the Old Munch Museum in Oslo - a 21x18 meters space with a high ceiling. The exhibition was open to the public from the 24th to the 26th of October 2023.