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  • Published: May 30th, 2013
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arrival cities: malmö



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When: June 1 and 7-8, 19.00
Where: Inkonst, Malmö

Arrival cities: Malmö deals with migration in the shadow of the economic crises and the xenophobia that more and more has become the trademark of Europe. An arrival city is the city where migrants from rural and development areas from both in and outside the country try to make new lives for themselves. The arrival cities are often places of violence and human despair but at the same time also dynamic nodes where change can take place. Arrival cities: Malmö is trying to examine different aspects of the politics of migration, from the detention of migrants with the arrival of people coming into Schengen, to the nationalist politicians rage and rantings, to the safe houses where the refugee without papers try to hide from the authorities and finally when they are sent back to their native countries to an uncertain destiny. As always with Teatr Weimar language, power and identity are important points of departure in this performance. Duration approx 1.30-1.40

Concept: Jörgen Dahlqvist, Kent Olofsson, Johan Nordström, Linda Ritzén, Rafael Pettersson, Nils Dernevik and Sandra Haraldsen
Text, director and video: Jörgen Dahlqvist
Sound and music: Kent Olofsson
Technical coordinator and supervisor: Johan Nordström
Actors: Linda Ritzén, Rafael Pettersson and Nils Dernevik
Musicians: Ivo Nilsson and Johnny Axelsson

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  • Published: May 29th, 2013
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avdelning 14 at teater galeasen



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When: June 1-3, 19.00
Where: Teater Galeasen, Stockholm

The theatre group Avdelning 14 (Pia Örjansdotter, Sandra Huldt and Petra Fransson) in collaboration with SUTODA is playing Sara Tuss Efrik’s play Dance Macabre Piggies about love and its lack of expression. Or, rather, the distorted expression of love.

Avdelning 14

At Teater Galeasen in Stockholm.
Tickets at  www.galeasen.se

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  • Published: May 29th, 2013
  • Category: Defence
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public defence: susanne rosenberg, kmh



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When: May 31, 2013, 12.00.
Where: KMH, Stora Salen, Royal College of Music, Valhallavägen 105Cover

Kurbits – ReBoot, Svensk folksång i ny scenisk gestaltning

Folk music singer Susanne Rosenberg is defending her artistic research dissertation Kurbits-Reboot produced in a collaboration between KMH and Sibelius Academy in Finland. Her supervisors are Heikki Laitinen (SIBA), Hannu Saha (SIBA), Johan Sundberg (KTH), Henrik Frisk (KMH).

The opponents are:

  • Sanna Kurki-Suonio, sångerska och doktor i musik.
  • Jan Ling, professor emeritus.

The ceremony starts at 12.00 and will be over by 14.30 after which a dring will be served.

The dissertation may be downloaded from kmh.diva-portal.org and music, video and abstract may be found at www.susannerosenberg.com

artist’s talk: ross birell



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When: May 28, 18.00-21.00
Where: Mount Analogue, Lundagatan 57, Stockholm.

Ross Birrell DUET, invited by  Tris Vonna-Michell, will talk about his recent series of film and music works including Guantanamera, In der Fruhe, Quartet, and DUET, an installation at the Rothko Chapel, to mark the 65th anniversary of the formation of the Israeli State and the Palestinian Nakba, 14-15 May 2013.

A publication from the project Mejan Residents has been produced by Mathew Newton and Jonas Fridén and may be downloaded here.

50% seminar: fredrik hedelin



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When: May 30, 13.00
Where: Studio Acusticum, Piteå

Where does art end and science begin? And what does Vivaldi have to do with modern music? Exploring the problem of creation is the concern of Fredrik Hedelin’s thesis, which is due to be presented at Luleå University of Technology. The flute concerto is the first of three of his thesis concerts, representing a di­alogue between music and philosophy.

The 50% seminar begins with a concert performance of Hedelin’s flute concerto followed by a discussion with two respondents.

See the webpage for New Directions for more information.

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  • Published: May 27th, 2013
  • Category: Seminar
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lecture performance – between art and academia



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When: June 7–9, 2013
Where: Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Overgaden neden Vandet 17, Copenhagen

Artistic research takes emblematic form in the lecture performance—a widespread phenomenon on the international art scene of recent years. The genre has its roots in the performance and conceptual art of the 1960s, and balances on the boundary between art and academia. As a hybrid of research, lecture, visual art and performative narrative techniques, the lecture performance as format addresses key questions of the status and potential of art in knowledge society, as well as the mechanisms of producing and framing knowledge.

In a three-day seminar, Overgaden focuses on the lecture performance as a unique discipline, exploring the genre’s characteristics, aesthetics and location at the intersection of artistic and academic discourse. The focal point of the seminar is a series of lecture performances by Danish and international artists, whose contributions span a wide range of expressive forms and fields of political, philosophical, popular cultural, legal and anthropological investigation.

The seminar also includes contextualising dialogues between and presentations by leading researchers and theorists in the field, addressing seminal aspects of the lecture performance from a range of perspectives. As well as an introduction to the historical development and characteristics of the genre, the seminar addresses the relationship and exchange between artistic and academic research, the dramaturgy of the lecture format, the subject on stage and language as medium.

For further information and the programme see: www.overgaden.org

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  • Published: May 27th, 2013
  • Category: Exhibition
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royal institute of art: spring exhibitions 2013



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When: May 23 through June 9
Where: Galleri Mejan, Excersisplan 3 & Campus Konradsberg, Kungsholmen, the Ellen Key Library building, Konradsbergsgatan 7b

On the 23 May at 15-20 the Royal Institute of Art’s Spring shows 2013 opened: six exhibitions on the same day. The Royal Institute of Art’s master students, year 2, participates in the show 24 Spacec – a cacaphony, at Malmö Konsthall, together with a total of approx. hundred artists. Opening 3 May at 17-21.

For more information see the Royal Institute of Art webpage.

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  • Published: May 27th, 2013
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artistic research courses



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Two new ‘professional education’ courses for the autumn term are today published on Konstfack’s
website. The deadline for applications is 11 June, 2013. The courses are:

For more information please contact Konstfack or Rolf Hughes, Ph.D, Professor in Design Theory and Practice-based Research

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  • Published: May 26th, 2013
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artistic research course in gothenburg



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In the work of art the artist is only one among others

A course on the artist’s position, works and world as seen through the thinking of Michail Bachtin.

Eight lectures/seminars and the reading of Bachtin’s “Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics” and “Author and Hero in Aesthetic Activity”. Course leader is Andreas Gedin and other lecturers include:

  • Gunnar D. Hansson
  • Per-Arne Bodin
  • Lars Kleberg
  • Johan Öberg

Each seminar in the course is in the form of a full day symposia (13.00-19.00) at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm during eight Saturdays during the fall and spring semesters (28/9, 26/10, 16/11, 14/12, 18/1, 1/3, 5/4, 10-11/5).

The course is loosely connected to the 15th international Bachtin conference in Stockholm 2014.

Contact Anna Frisk or Andreas Gedin for more information.

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  • Published: May 19th, 2013
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public defence: fredrik nyberg, gothenburg



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When: May 24, 13.00
Where: Teater 2 at Artisten, Högskolan för scen och musik, Fågelsången 1

Fredrik Nyberg is defending is PhD dissertation Hur låter dikten?Att bli ved II. The opponent is Jesper Olsson, PhD of literary studies, Linköping University. The defence will be held in Swedish.

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