Symposium AR@K20: Artistic Climate(s)
WEEK 11, 10/3
Kristiania’s symposium dedicated to artistic research returns after last year’s successful launch!
We are looking forward to welcoming a diverse group of artistic researchers from Norway and abroad to reflect on the symposium’s theme “Artistic Climate(s)”.
How does artistic research reflect, correspond to and subvert a plethora of contemporary political, ethical, cultural and actual environmental climates? How can art help us navigate an increasingly complex world? And how do we talk and teach about art as well as facilitate a more artistic approach across the disciplines?
Find out on 10 March!
THE SYMPOSIUM'S PROGRAM:
Welcome and Opening by Kai Hanno Schwind (Curator AR@K20) // Performance by Fredrik Høyer & Bendik Baksaas
Opening Keynote by Julian Klein (GER)
(lunch break - a light meal is provided)
Parallel sessions - more information below
Closing Keynote by Efva Lilja (SWE)
Launch Centre for Creative Writing by Linn Skoglund & Siri Senje (Kristiania University College)
From 18:00 / 18:40 and onwards
Food, drinks and mingling at Skjenkestua Studentbar
Update 7 March: Unfortunately, Casey Hayward will not be able to attend the symposium.
There will be contributions from following researchers:
- Alisi Telengut (CAN/GER): Re-animating Animism
- Angelica Böhm (GER): Opening Web-Exhibition Part 1: Transmedia Storyteller "Camilla Plastic Ocean Plan"
- Astra Zoldnere (LAT/GER): Rewinding stereotypes – artistic research about older people in German-speaking films
- Ava Montgomery (USA/CAN): Cultural Aesthetic Ethnic Appropriation (CAEA): Imitation of Black Women Is Not Flattery, Art nor Advocacy
- Camilla Dahl (NOR): Border Threads - from art project to master thesis
- Casey Hayward (USA): Vague Space: Art in the midst of a Public Health Crisis (CANCELLED)
- Chris Neilan (UK): Challenging Brand Hollywood: Unconventional Narrative Structure as a Form of Culture Jamming
- Cristina Archetti & Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk (NOR): Of cross-disciplinary encounters: Introducing movement, breath and other artistic interventions in academic research
- Dániel Péter Biró (HUN/NOR): Environments of Philosophical Inquiry: Composing Spinoza’s Ethics
- Ellen J Røed (NOR/SWE): Image as Site
- Judith Rifeser (UK): A caressing dialogical encounter (UK, 2019, 23 min)
- Dr Matteo Preabianca (ITA): Mantra Marx (via Skype)
- Monica Marcella (NOR): Formidling i en verden som brenner
- Njål Ølnes (NOR): Auditiv Sonologi - «Analyse som kunstnarleg metode»
And from our own researchers at Kristiania University College:
- Anne-Marie Giørtz: Hvordan påvirker et bevisst forhold til undertekst det musikalske uttrykket // How is musical expression influenced by a conscious relationship to subtext?
- Bård Torgersen & studenter 1. år Bachelor i tekst og skribent: Lyddikt - musikken i språket
- Erik Schøyen: Hva er kunstens rolle - innenfor og utenfor Ring 3?
- Helge Hiram Jensen: Wise Hands in Water and Sewerage
- Kari Hoaas: Obstacles as opportunities – moving through shifting space
- Knut Værnes: Utilizing music exposure in early years in instrumental teaching
- Margaret Rynning: Biodiversity by visual communication design: critical-discursive design and design activism
- Mari Skogly: Organisk elektronisk musikk - hvordan kombinere tenorsaxofon i et elektronisk musikalsk landskap
- Siri Senje: The Feedback Phenomenon - giving and receiving feedback in creative environments
- Synne Skjulstad: Equine Photography
- Vésma Kontere McQuillan: Fashion Spaces/A Theoretical View