VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research
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VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research is a digital journal presenting artistic research, emphasising the importance of reflection that is interwoven with artistic practice, thereby generating new knowledge. VIS is an open-access publication and uses the Research Catalogue publishing platform for its submission and peer-reviewing processes, as well as for its final publication. It has adopted an approach to peer-reviewing in which, rather than the process being blind, a dialogue is established between author(s) and peer-reviewer.
VIS holds an open call for every issue. Up to seven expositions are selected by the Editorial Committee for further peer-review. Submissions in the Scandinavian languages are actively encouraged, but VIS is also open to contributions in English. Following the appearance of its inaugural Issue 0 in spring 2018, VIS has produced two issues in every subsequent year.
The journal is the result of a joint initiative by Stockholm University of the Arts, SKH and the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, Diku.
The Steering Committee for VIS
Paula Crabtree, Vice-Chancellor, Stockholm University of the Arts
Eli Bø, Professor, Stockholm University of the Arts
Jenny Tyllström (on leave), Director of the Research Office, Stockholm University of the Arts
Ann Kroon, Active Director of the Research Office, Stockholm University of the Arts
Inger Stray Lien, Chairman, Norwegian Artistic Research program, DIKU
Hans Knut Sveen, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Norwegian Artistic Research program, DIKU
Geir Ivar Strøm, Policy director, Norwegian Artistic Research program, DIKU
Editorial Committee for VIS, 2019–2021
Cecilia Roos, Vice Rector of Research, Stockholm University of the Arts
Anna Lindal, Violinist and professor of music
Magnus Bärtås, Vice Rector of Research, University of Arts, Crafts and Design
Darla M Crispin, Director of Arne Nordheim Center, NMH
Serge von Arx, Artistic Director Scenography Ostfold University College
Trond Lossius, Professor and PhD leader, The Norwegian Film School and Professor II at The Grieg Academy, Department of Music, University of Bergen
Lina Persson, Researcher in Film, Stockholm University of the Arts
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