Forskarskolan PhD Sara Wilén has published a paper in Esmuc Digital published by Escola Superior de Musica de Catalunya. The title of the paper is A kaleidoscope of interactions and the material describes her investigating this question together with the ensemble Operaimprovisatörerna, and discusses perspectives on artistic research methods and preliminary results as one part of this PhD project.
The Royal Institute of Art continues The Domain of the Great Bear
Water & the City
A Lecture by Kunlé Adeyemi/founder of NLÉ based in Amsterdam and Lagos
Where: Royal Institute of Art
When: Tuesday, 24 March, 2015 at 16.00
NLÉ aims to critically examine two of the most significant challenges of our time: rapid urbanization and climate change, in the continent with some of the world’s greatest opportunities, Africa. The impact of rapid urbanization and economic growth of African cities is now common knowledge, yet it cannot be overemphasized. At the same time the impact of climate change through water has now become day-to-day reality, with sea level rise, increasing rainfall and frequent flooding. The relationships of ‘water and the city’ on the African continent, have therefore become critical points of intersection for understanding the future of development in Africa.
The absence becoming present
Where: Dansens Hus, Lilla scen, Barnhusgatan 14, Stockholm When: March 31, April 1, 19.00-20.30
Carina Reich presents part of her ongoing PhD-project. The absent becoming present – the conducting and realization of ideas within collaborative processes.
The performative part of the seminar at Dansens hus is staged as a collaborative dialogue, by the different voices from the collaborative process. These voices comes partly from Reich’s own experiences of collaborative productions, partly from voices and comments from the working process and performance of Just my imagination I, which were presented at Stockholm University of the Arts, October 2014, and from conversations with collegues about staging and performing the research process.
The opponent for the seminar will be Rasmus Ölme and their discussion will take place at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, Valhallavägen 189, T-house, room T2 on 13th of April at 15.00-16.30
Collaborative processes in contemporary performance, dance and exhibitions
From February–May 2015, four international curators and / or dramaturges will meet in dialogue with four international artists and / or choreographers at Stockholm University of the Arts. The dialogues are an initiative from professor André Lepecki and take place within Stockholm Uniart’s profile area Concept and Composition.
The purpose of this series is to invite an international group of distinguished curators / dramaturges and artists / choreographers, who have had an ongoing working relationship with each other, and whose artistic, curatorial and dramaturgical practices have offered a novel understanding of trans-disciplinary knowledge formation in the arts.
- April 8 at 15.00-17.00 DD Dorvillier, dancer, choreographer and teacher
- April 9 at 15.00-17.00 Cristina Grande, Coordinator at the Performing Arts Department at the Serralves Fountation in Porto, Portugal
Where: Linnégatan 87, room L502, 5th floor
Valand Academy Transforms Vasagatan 33 into an Art Gallery
Twenty-one master’s students at Valand Academy have transformed an apartment building at Vasagatan 33 in Gothenburg into a unique gallery space for their thesis exhibitions. 2015 marks the first time that these exhibitions are presented at the same time, in the same location.
Opening on March 27 at 16-21 – valand15.com
When the doors open at Vasagatan 33 on Friday, March 27th, the public will be invited in to experience 21 separate thesis exhibitions, showing the work of students from the Valand Academy’s international master’s programmes in Photography and in Fine Art.The artists, who come from Iran, Canada, Denmark, Romania, Iceland, Nepal, Finland, USA, Sweden, Jamaica, Norway and the UK, finish their studies at Valand Academy this summer.
This semester meeting will organised by Ana Dzokic, Marc Neelan, Frida Hållander and Olivia Plender.
The theme will be “Institutions vs. Self-organisation and Self-institutionalisation”, and was chosen early, partly as a response to the decision of closing down of Konstnärliga forskarskolan in early autumn 2014, but also by its congeniality both to self-organisation as an historical land-mark of the particular strand of socialism in former Yugoslavia, and to the many forms of self-organisation necessary for artists, cultural producers and NGOs in in the political and economical conditions of contemporary Serbia – very different to the Swedish art and research context with long-established institutions.
The semester meeting will take on the format of several joint and parallel “walking seminars” throughout the city, thematically organised and guided by knowledgeable artists, theorists and activists. Joint dinners and breakfasts will be used as informal spaces for sharing insights and discussions. More information on the meeting can be found here.
Please contact Emma Kihl (firstname.lastname@example.org) for signing up or for further questions.
Real Life (Or Elsewhere)
Kirsi Nevanti at the Tempo festival
The first part takes place at Debaser strand/Bar Brooklyn, opening 3/3 at 17.30, opening speach by Tinna Joné. About identities beyond gender.
The second part is a public seminar at the Tempo Festival (Bio Rio) on March 6, 15.30-17.00. The partner for the discussion will be Klara Grunning-Harris.
More information can be found at tempofestival.se.
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- Published: Mar 2nd, 2015
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Where: Room 502, Linnegatan 87
When: April 20, 16-18
Uniarts and Aleksandra Czarnecki Plaude to a seminar with a focus on movement, dramatic art, the body and on the meeting with dramatic text. Questions concerning whether the artists competence can be borrowed and translated in transdisciplinary meetings.
Improtant questions with relevence or all artists.
Read more about Aleksandra Czarnecki Plaude at uniarts.se
The Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg announces the availability of a doctoral candidate position (third-cycle) in the subject Musical Performance and Interpretation commencing 1st September 2015. Salary is granted for four year full time.
Deadline for applications: 22nd March 2015.
The Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts has a joint research school, but the students have their offices at the different
departments. At the Academy of Music and Drama there are currently four subject areas and around 10 Ph.D. students.
For further information see hsm.gu.se