In a critical review the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet stated that the journal: ”oscillates between essayism, artistic practice and meta reflection in a most exiting way. They write about silent knowledge, poetics, reflection on reflection, composition of the composed, in the difference between objective and subjective knowledge, epistemology and doxology…”
The journal ArtMonitor aims to present interesting artistic projects that gives different perspectives to artistic research. You will find artists, musicians, philosophers, film makers, designers, photographers - all art forms - presented and with their views on artistic research.
ArtMonitor was published by the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at the university of Gothenburg from 2007-2013. Read more about the different issues below. Old issues of the journal can still be ordered for free - email email@example.com. The journal is mainly in English, and sometimes in bilingual Swedish/English editions.
Artistic research needs doctoral students, practitioners perspective as a complement to the administrators more anonymous epistles. The choice of authors for this anthology was decided by the erratic, icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull. All flights were cancelled and the doctoral students booked a place on the ferry between Rostck and Trelleborg. To pass tme an improvised seminarium was arranged about artistic research... (In swedish)
Artists, film makers, musicians, designers looking for new perspectives... A concept lands in the dusk: Passion for the real... Žižek. Things happen. And maybe all this is about space, new spaces, new own old spaces? And so much creativity, so much critique, so many inspiring endeavours to relate to passions, the real, the documentary, realism, reality... (In swedish)
This issue is dedicated to the forms of artistic writing that are not fiction, critique or science, but interesting examples of the new kinds of essay writing that can be found in artistic research. The issue is based on the international conference ArtText that was held at the Dickson Palace in Gothenburg 2009.
In the middle can also be read as: in the middle of us. Inside the head like a buzzing. Our among the throngs on the street lika a euphoria of signs.
How did this happen?
Guest editor: Magnus Haglund
More on ArtMonitor 7/2009
Art the heart of this issue of ArtMonitor are the debates that took place during the ELIA-symposium Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Something organised in Gothenburg in October-November 2008.
More on ArtMonitor 6/2009
Processes of renewal and change taking place in landscape, the conflicts, the open and hidden agendas, the hopes and deceptions - in short the politics of magma constitute the field of creativity and knowledge of this issue.
Read ArtMonitor 5/2008 here.
The catalogue for the art exhibition Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Something - Four Perspectives of Artistic Research. A book that is a visual documentation of the exhibition, but at the same time a document of the research practices involved in the whole process.
We focus on the unmapped territories where the new researching practices - at the crossroads of art, philosophy and technology - perceive their own discursive conditions of possibility: >Aktualität<, institutional requirements, creativity-on-demand, growth, mobility, socio-pedagogico-political instrumentality etc.
Read ArtMonitor 3/2008 here.
In 2006 the artist Esther Shalev-Gerz created a relational art project in Bergsjön, Göteborg, Sweden. The project was unique in its ability to unite very different people, with different cultural origins and convictions around the idea of a Place of Art. This volume describes, analyses and documents the processes around The Place of Art.
Read ArtMonitor 2/2008 here.
The first issue ever!
ArtMonitor breakes the silence.
Read ArtMonitor 1/2007 here.