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News: Feb 02, 2011

Where in what came into being is the memory of what did not come to be?

Atalante wishes to continue its successful collaboration with the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at the University of Gothenburg. KONSTLAB is a meeting place for public talks on artistic research and development work. Artists who are connected to academia in different ways will be invited to talk about their concepts, about artistic processes, about things that happen by chance and about things they reflect on when they are creating an artwork, i.e. the random acts and the critical deliberations behind such a work: Could what came into being, at some point, have come to be something quite different?

During the GAS festival that took place in Gothenburg in May 2010 arts researchers participated in a series of public talks arranged at Atalante, a theatre that serves as a stage and meeting place for the contemporary arts. Prosperous encounters between academia and the world outside academia are very important but few of a kind. The talks were a successful joint collaboration between the Board for Artistic Research and Development, the journal ArtMonitor and Atalante, who immediately suggested a sequel to this event.

The seminars were given the name KONSTLAB (Artlab). Eight doctoral projects and faculty-funded projects were presented at the two labs we arranged during the autumn of 2010. We are now planning a follow-up that will take place this spring.

KONSTLAB will be taking place on the following three Monday evenings during the spring: 28th February, 21st March and 11th April at 7 p.m.

The moderator for these talks is composer Ole Lützow-Holm.

Atalante is a theatre that serves as a stage for innovative and experimental dance, film, art and literature. Atalante also has a long tradition of being a meeting place for public talks. It was founded in 1987 by a dance group called Rubicon and was originally named Unga Atalante (Young Atalante).

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The Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts  at the University of Gothenburg consists of 7 higher education institutions whose activities aimed at the general public in the form of exhibitions, theatre and opera performances, concerts and other events are an important part of the arts scene in Gothenburg. The faculty also has doctoral programmes where research students explore artistic processes.



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