The Museum of the Sketches in Lund celebrates its 80th anniversary on Saturday October 25. The events start at 12pm and features Konstnärliga Forskarskolan PhD Sara Wilén among others. More information at the Museum website.
When: October 29, 17:00 – 19:30
Where: Linnégatan 87, rum L502, 5 tr.
Can art save the world is the first seminar in a series of open gatherings concerning the role of artistic research in a number of different fields. To critique, speculate about, discuss and dream about the position and function of artistic research in the art world, the society and for the individual artist.
The panel consists of:
Camilla Damkjaer, responsible for the research education at Uniarts will act as moderator.
Credit: 1 ECTS
The idea with the workshop is to look at different ways of working with text, images and publication within an artistic research practice. Besides the course leaders Cecilia Grönberg och Jonas (J) Magnusson (editors of the magazine OEI) the book-theorist/historian Anne Mœglin-Delcroix, Professor Emeritus at the University of Paris 1 – Sorbonne. Moeglin-Delcroix was formerly in charge of the artist book collection at the Print Department of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and is the author of Esthétique du livre d’artiste: une introduction à l’art contemporain. She co-curates The Reprint Collection, an initiative devoted to reprinting artists’ books from the early 1960s onwards. And the american poet and Warhol-expert Tan Lin, with focus to produce an “ambient” literature in relation to digital technologies and with a focus on print and demand etc. Also, Sylvie Boulanger, director for CNEAI (a national art center). CNEAI is devoted to artists’ publication. Founded in 2004 by Cneai, Salon LIght became over a few years an unmissable rendezvous for micro-publishers and artist’s publication in Paris.
Where: The Royal Institute of Art
When: November 3, 16:00
Forensis: Architecture at the Threshold of Detectibility
A Lecture by Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial & Visual Cultures, and Director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London
In his lecture, Eyal Weizman will also present work undertaken with the Forensic Architecture teams in relation to urban and architectural destruction in Israel/Palestine, environmental violence in Guatemala and their research for the UN on drone warfare in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. Forensic Architecture, an agency composed of artists, filmmakers and architectural researchers, uses architecture as sensor and an agent that can detect political force-fields and respond to them. Weizman will show how architectural methods and new sensing technologies could be used to expose the logic of violent conflict while raising a host of conceptual problems to do with the thresholds of vision and law.
Kapitel, Kaput, Kapital, Kapitulera, Capitulum:\of a text and a part of the arm, a collaboration among others
Malin Arnell will be collaborating with Imri Sandströn and Fia Backström this fall. Between October 27 and November 16, they share their process at Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation in Stockholm. The exhibition is curated by Nathalie Åhbeck.
Regular opening hours:
SUNDAY RUN_UP with Hanna Wildow, Sara Ruddock, Joakim Nyström, Malin Arnell,
Sebastian Lingserius, Ofelia Jarl Ortega, Elin Magnusson, Cecilia Parsberg, Liv Strand, Marcus Doverud. SUNDAY RUN_UP is organized by ccap and Cristina Caprioli, Philip Berlin and Ulrika Berg at Design Hall, LM Ericsson Väg 14, Stockholm.
Release for Johanna Gustavssons book “Jag gör vi varje dag.” at Konsthall C.
A 15 minutes performance during Creative Time Summit: Stockholm, at Kulturhuset.
Frédéric Gies artistic development project “Bad Girls’ Practice” at Stockholms konstnärliga högskola, Linnégatan 87
On 17 and 18 October 2014 !KF will be part of the workshop Experiment: a key category of modernity between aesthetics, politics and science by historian Thomas Etzemüller and art historian Anja Zimmermann at LMU Munich with the experiment on the Joy of Anger.
Artist Elena Cologni invites to a round table addressing dialogue in different forms, as performative, and in some cases pre-linguistic, and informing interdisciplinary approaches at the BIBAC 2014 international conference at University of Cambridge: Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures from October 24 till 26. She will discuss together with Gulsen Bal (Istanbul Bilgi University/TU Vienna), Tahira Fitzwilliam-Hall (Kettles Yard and Wysing Arts Centre), Anna Santomauro (Vessel), and Julian Klein (!KF).
Finally, as always since the last three years, !KF will also continue to perform Hans Schleif once a month at Deutsches Theater Berlin.
Hans Schleif: Eine Spurensuche von Matthias Neukirch und Julian Klein
Performing voice. Vokalität im Fokus angewandter Interpretationsforschung
Internationales Symposium und Festival in Bern und Basel
The poetic utterance as circulation and (re)materialization
Credit: 1 ECTS
November 21-23 (20/11 travel day)
The workshop is constructed around a visit to cipM—centre international de poésie Marseille and it consists of an introduction, individual work, and presentations. The first day, Beata Berggren and Martin Högström present their own works as poets and as small press poetry publishers, with a focus on reproduction technical aspects. They will further introduce some different methods of transcription, copying and (re)materializations in contemporary poetry. In the afternoon, Éric Giraud, head librarian at cipM, will present cipM and the collection. Later in the afternoon we visit Éric Pesty, publisher at the poetry press Éric Pesty Éditeur; the visit takes place at the letterpress print shop l’Annexe where Pesty composes and prints poetry books and the poetry magazine K.O.S.H.K.O.N.O.N.G. The second day will be spent at the cipM library for individual exploration and for work on the basis of a task articulated by Beata Berggren and Martin Högström.
Please contact Emma Kihl for more information.
Malmö Art Academy has announced a PhD position in fine arts. Read more at the faculty web page.
The five contributions to this new issue come from artistic researchers working in, and between, the fields of art, intervention, writing, music, sound, and performance: Paulo de Assis (BE), Vappu Jalonen (FI), Kaisu Koski (FI), Daphne Plessner (GB), & Jan Schacher (CH), Cathy van Eck (NL/BE), Kirsten Reese (DE), and Trond Lossius (NO).
Where: Strindbergs Intima Teater, Stockholm
When: October 19 and 20
PhD candidate at StDH, Anna Petterson, is playing her acclaimed production of Strindberg’s Fröken Julie on a tour arranged by Riksteatern. The performances are
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