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physical performance and post-dramatic theatre



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Next week’s artistic research seminar of the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at the University of Gothenburg will be organized by the Academy of Music and Drama and take place at Schildknechtteatern (Teater 2) at Artisten 

on the 31st of March beteen 3-8 pm. The seminar is entitled  “Art as Research: Physical Performance 
and Post dramatic Theatre – work strategies and identities” and features 
amongst other Sebastian Bark and Lisa Lucassen from She She Pop, performance-collective from Germany as well as Pia Muchin & Cecilia Lagerström and their collaborating actors Gunilla Röör and Helena Kågemark 
in a discussion on the theories in practice of post-dramatic theatre.
Informal get-together afterwards with something to eat and drink.

Please send an e-mail and announce your participation before 25th of March to: cecilia.lagerstrom@hsm.gu.se
(She She Pops performance 7 sisters will be performed at Pustervik in Gothenburg 29th and 30th of March at 7 p.m.)

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  • Published: Mar 24th, 2011
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a screaming mountain



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The video documentation of High Heel Sisters performance Screaming Mountain will be screened at Högkvarteret in Stockholm on March 25th during Klubb Rekonstruktion. After the screening Anna Linder and artist and Ph D candidate Malin Arnell (who both formed part of the group) will talk with Ulrika Dahl (assistant professor in gender studies with a concentration in anthropology) about the work of High Heel Sisters and femme-inist strategies in contemporary art.

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  • Published: Mar 24th, 2011
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two birds, eighty mountains and a portrait of the artist



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A few more days it is possible to see the exhibition Two birds, Eighty mountains and a portrait of the artist (January 15- March 27 2011) by visual artist and Ph D candidate Lisa Tan at the Arthouse at the Jones Center in Austin, Texas.
The works in this exhibition, including a project made specifically for Arthouse, address a diverse group of real individuals including the postwar French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville, the French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix, and even the artist herself.

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  • Published: Mar 24th, 2011
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I can see you but you can’t see me



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Thursday March 24 Nationalmuseum in Stockholm opens their new exhibition Lust & Last (Desire and Vice). Through a range of works the exhibition shows how images of sexuality, virtue and vice have changed over the course of centuries. Several contemporary art works are part of the exhibition, challenging the traditional male gaze: one of these is the large photo entitled “I can see you but you can’t see me”, by visual artist and Ph D candidate Cecilia Parsberg.

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  • Published: Mar 21st, 2011
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konstLAB at atalante



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What do you remember of what didn’t occur? Could things ever be different than what they turned out to be?
KonstLAB is a public meeting space for discussions relevant to artistic research and development. Invited artists talks about ideas and processes, the serendipous events and critical reflections in play in the creation of a particular work. KonstLAB is a collaboration between Atalante (a stage for experiments in dance, music, film, visual arts and literature) and the Faculty of Fine, Performing and Applied Arts at the University of Gothenburg. The second of the KonstLAB evenings during spring 2011 will take place Monday March 21 at 19 at Atalante (entrance free), with composer Ole Lützow Holm as moderator. Rasmus Ölme will be talking under the heading of ”A practice”,  Linda Shamma about ”Hybridity through artistic practice” and 
Karin Nelson & Jonas Simonson will be talking about  ”Improvisation – different languages under the same roof”.

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  • Published: Mar 17th, 2011
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second round of hamlet II: exit ghost



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Teatr Weimars final part of a triptych investigating the language of violence, Hamlet II: Exit Ghost, premiered and was performed in Malmö November 2010, with music by composer and Ph D candidate Kent Olofsson. March 17-19 and 25-27 the appraised performance can be seen and heard again at Inkonst in Malmö.

supervisor’s meeting in gothenburg april 4-5 2011



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The third supervisor’s meeting in Konstnärliga forskarskolan will be from lunch to lunch Monday April 4 to Tuesday April 5 at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg.
The intention with this third meeting is to start to go more in depth both into  a discussion on the knowledge aspects of artistic work and research as well as into the different relations constituting supervision in a PhD programme. We will do this together with Åsa Lindberg- Sand and Anders Sonesson (from the Center for Educational Development at Lund university), who will be responsible for the future overall structure for our supervisor’s meetings.
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  • Published: Mar 6th, 2011
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trembling aeroplanes



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Sunday March 6, at 15 pm Trembling Aeroplanes, a group for new music with digital and electric instruments performs commissioned works by John Oliver, Henrik Frisk and Kent Olofsson as well as music by Roger Reynolds and Malin Bång at the Inter Arts Center in Malmö. Trembling Aeroplanes transmits the heritage of futuristic noise, early electronic instruments and microtonal experimental music into cutting edge digital technology. Roaring engines with trembling human hearts take Western art music beyond the paradigm of concert hall culture.

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  • Published: Mar 3rd, 2011
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travelogue as allegory



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Travelogue as Allegory: Artist’s Book as a Modern Form of the Production of Desire, a conclusion of a workshop organized by the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm will be exhibited at the Exhibition space of the Royal Institute of Art on the 4th floor of the Konstakademien building, entrance Jakobsgatan 27, Stockholm between 5-20 March 2011. Travelogue as Allegory reflects upon the connection between travelling and the artistic impulse of publishing and showing in the form of an exhibition. The choice of display is adressing both the issue of the freely circulating, ’travelling’ medium of the book, as well as its potential for use. Furthermore the connecting lines between the different publicly accessible, physical locations of books will be made visible: Two bookshops and two specialized libraries in Stockholm will display their book selections on the topic as an integral part of the exhibition. The exhibition features works by Ansel Adams, Lothar Baumgarten, Ulla von Brandenburg, Hussein Chalayan, Mariolijn Dijkman, Marie-Louise Ekman, Love Enqvist, Katja Eydel, Hamish Fulton, Goldin+Senneby, Martin Jacobsen, Gerry Johansson, Aglaia Konrad, Selma Lagerlöf, Carl von Linné, Rita McBride, Meriç Algün Ringborg, Shahrzad, Stephen Shore, Simon Starling, Jonathan Swift, Aby Warburg, Christopher Williams.

the ethics of the encounter



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Until the 13th of March 2011 Stills (Scotland’s Centre for Photography) is showing part 2 of  Social Documents: The Ethics of the Encounter. The exhibitions included lens-based documentary works by The Atlas Group (Lebanon / USA), work by artist and Ph D candidate François Bucher (Colombia / Germany), Renzo Martens (Belgium), Dani Marti (Scotland), Frederick Wiseman (USA) and Artur Żmijewski (Poland). Thursday March 4 – Friday March 5 there is also a research workshop in connection to the exhibition, examining the complex interfaces which have emerged between aesthetics, politics and ethics in the 21st century.

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