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Research School Activities

 THE RESEARCH SCHOOL PLANNING 2018

Workshops and Symposiums

 

Monday 19th February 9:30-12:00
Workshop: Plagiarism in the Arts Field

Monday-Tuesday 16-17 April
Symposium: Art & Violence

Monday 10th September 9:30-12:00
Workshop: Contents to be set

Monday-Tuesday 15-16 October
Symposium: Contents to be set


Faculty supervisor’s meetings

Monday 19th March at 13:00-14:30
Monday 10th September at 13:00-14:30


Research School Council meetings

Monday 19th February 13:00-15:00
Monday 28th May 14:30-16:30
Monday 17th September 14:30-16:30
Monday 19th November 14:30-16:30
Monday 4th December 13:00-15:00

 

 

PREVIOUS SYMPOSIA AND WORKSHOPS

Welcome to the Research School’s annual Glögg-mingle!

Please join us 13th of December for socializing and enjoying the season’s traditional drinks and snacks.

We invite you to reflect on the last year’s activities in the research school, and to discuss how artistic research could develop it’s agency in the different art fields we are engaged in.

Looking forward seeing you!
Anna Frisk, Hanna Hallgren and Niclas Östlind

We meet in Old Hotel at Valand Academy at 17:30 Wednesday 13th December.

GUP and GUPEA workshop
It’s not only close to the seasonal holidays, but also time for registering in GUP and GUPEA. Therefore the Research School is hosting a workshop to help out with your questions and concerns. Please join us 16.15, an hour before the glögg-mingle.

Please email Anna before 12 December and let us know if you are coming: anna.frisk@konst.gu.se

Research School Workshop, Autumn 2017

Date: Monday, September 18th, 9:00-12:00
Workshop on "plagiarism” (organised by doctoral candidates Eva Weinmayr, Andjeas Ejiksson, and others)


Research School Symposium, Autumn 2017
Transversality in performance: (un) (dis) covering processes from what the body knows
Dates: Monday-Tuesday, October 9-10
With a focus on interdisciplinary art practices and forms of (re)presentation, we understand transversality as a mode to de-territorialise the disciplines, fields and institutions, to open cooperations between different artistic, social or political practices, to experiment with relations of interdependency in order to create spaces for interaction and new collaborations and to oppose the fragmented knowledge of our time.
Confirmed participants: Annette Arlander and Kaffe Mathews.
Organised by the doctoral candidates Marina, Uwe, Victoria, Dan, Hedvig and Magda at the Academy of Music and Drama. They welcome contributions from other PhD candidates with a reference to the topic.

Research School's Symposium Spring 2017

ETHICS IN PRACTICE:
AN INTRODUCTION TO ISSUES, FRAMEWORKS, PROCESSES, FORMS IN CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH IN THE ARTISTIC FIELD

Dates: Monday 3rd April - Tuesday 4th April
Venue: Glashuset, entrance via Chalmersgatan 4

Welcome to the Research School's Symposium for Spring 2017. This symposium will examine issues of ethics, particularly looking at how such issues are addressed and dealt with – from multiple and complex perspectives – in contemporary research, as well as in contemporary artistic, design and performance practices and discourses.

Participating guests include Annette Markham, Elisabeth Hjort and Henry Mainsah.

The Spring 2017 symposium is organized by doctoral candidates Nicolas Cheng, Angeliki Dimaki-Adolfsen, Hanna af Ekström, and Emelie Röndahl.

Download symposium programme here.

 

Workshop: Monday 6 February 2017, 9.30-12:00


 

THE RESEARCH SCHOOL AUTUMN 2016

Research School's Workshop - on Research Catalogue

Monday, September 19, 9:30 - 12:00, Glashuset
With Geir Strøm, Else Olsen Storesund, and Per Anders Nilsson.
An introduction by Geir Strøm on how the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme use the Research Catalogue, followed by a presentation by former student of The Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme Else Olsen Storesund of her art works/research project. Finally, Per Anders Nilsson will give a more hands on introduction to the database.
Please register yourself in the Research Catalogue, and get a password, at this link.

Workshop participants and speakers are invited to lunch at 12:00 - 13:00.

Please email Anna Frisk to register for workshop before Thursday, September 1.


Research School Symposium: Focus on Ethics

Dates: Monday-Tuesday 10-11 October 2016
Venue: Valand Academy

Focus on ethics – a theme that was discussed and decided together in a previous meeting. Invited guest is Heather Davis. She is based in Montreal but is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities at Pennsylvania State University, where she currently is researching the ethology of plastic and its links to petrocapitalism. She has written about the intersection of art, politics, ecological catastrophe, and community engagement for numerous art and academic publications and edited the books Art in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environment and Epistemology (2015), and Desire/ Change: Contemporary Feminist Art in Canada (forthcoming). 

View full schedule here.


Research School Symposium

Dates: Monday-Tuesday, 11-12 April, 2016
Venue: Artisten and Valand Academy
How do we formulate new knowledge and what does it mean in the context of artistic research? What role does experimentality play and how can a modus of critical openness be developed and nurtured? In the next symposium we will focus on practices driven by curiosity and a desire to explore what is not already known, seen or experienced. We are inviting guest from different fields that will present and perform experimental works and perspectives.

Download sympoisum schedule here.

Research School Workshop

Dates: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Time: 9.30-12:00
The idea behind the fourth basic course is that the content should be formulated in close relation with the doctorial candidates. Our next workshop is therefore organized as a forum for discussion and planning of the themes and guest for the symposium in October, but also for the symposiums in 2017. We are truly looking forward to your participation!

Research School’s Symposium: Mapping the field

Dates: October 12 - 13, 2015
Time: Monday, 12th October – Tuesday, 13th October
Venue: Glashuset, Valand Academy (entrance from Chalmersgatan 4)

The theme of the two-day symposium October 12-13 is “Mapping the Field” and it can be seen as an extension of the workshop in September. Among the speakers are the writers of the theses we are examining in the workshop: Cecilia Björck, Tina Carlsson and Andreas Gedin, and the key note speakers are Märtha Edling and Simon Sheik.

Download schedule here.

Research School’s Symposium: Archiving practical work

Dates: March 26–27, 2015
Venue: Glashuset, Akademin Valand, entrance from Chalmersgatan 4

Presentations by doctoral candidates and researchers on examples of how they have archived, documented or otherwise represented their practices.

Keynote speakers: Professor Julian Klein, Director of the Institute for Artistic Research, Berlin, and and Monica Sand, Artist, Researcher, Research Coordinator, Architecture & Design Center, Stockholm.

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