Open seminars and events

Seminarieserien Konsten talar (Art talks)

18 november – Tre vise ger en samtidsdiagnos

Kl. 18.00–19.30, Under Fontänen, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern

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Read more about Konsten talar (Art talks) in English.

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Upcoming Doctoral seminars

25 OctoberThe Improvising Trickster, Final seminar (internal)

Stacey Sacks, Doctoral Candidate in Performing Arts

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8 NovemberHjältens handväska, 50% seminar

Ester Martin Bergsmark, Doctoral Candidate in Film and Media

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22 NovemberEntering the Frame – Agency of the Editor, 50% seminar

Kersti Grunditz Brennan, Doctoral Candidate in Film and Media

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26 NovemberFauxthentication – Staging and Performing The Site Specifics of The Academic Artist, Final seminar (internal)

Bogdan Szyber, Doctoral Candidate in Performing Arts

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28 NovemberLANGUAGESZONE/S: Multilingualism and its function in dramatic work, 50% seminar

Vanja Hamidi Isacsson, Doctoral Candidate in Performing Arts

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29 NovemberUnchain the singer! Gender and normativity in opera, 30% seminar

Tove Dahlberg, Doctoral Candidate in Opera

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4 DecemberDen iscensatta dokumentären, 50% seminar

Marcus Lindeen, Doctoral Candidate in Film and Media

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OPEN CALL – VIS #4, Affecting material and technique

The call is open between 17 September and 1 December 2019. Theme “Affecting material and technique” – Trond Lossius, Editor of VIS Issue 4.

Henk Borgdorff distinguishes between research on, for and in the arts. This trichotomy has proved useful in establishing artistic research as taking place through and within artistic practice. The distinction has also served to delineate what does not constitute artistic research. For example, even though research for the arts facilitates artistic practice, it is often considered secondary or external to artistic research itself. However, the development of instruments and tools is an implicit part of the research within many other disciplines. The composer and philosopher Rebecka Ahvenniemi suggests that the artistic work “may come to affect its own tools and materials, and the social space around it.” Historically, there are many examples of how research in and research for the arts have overlapped. VIS Issue 4 wants to re-examine the relationship between research in and research for the arts. We invite artistic research that enters into critical and transformative dialogue with its own tools, techniques and materials.

Read more at visjournal.nu!

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22–24 October 2020 – ALLIANCES & COMMONALITIES

Save the date for the artistic research conference Alliances & Commonalities 2020, on 22–24 October 2020! More information coming soon.

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