The forthcoming anthology on supervision in artistic research education, produced by Konstnärliga forskarskolan and published by Brutus Östling/Symposion is currently printed, and will be released 8th of September 2015. Acts of Creation. Thoughts on Artistic Research Supervision is edited by Henrik Frisk, Karin Johansson and Åsa Lindberg-Sand and features texts also by Sverker Jullander, Tove Torbiörnsson, Ylva Gislén, Hinrich Sachs, Anders Sonesson, Andreas Gedin and Bryndis Snaebjørnsdottir.
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- Published: Nov 24th, 2014
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Edited by: Darla Crispin, Bob Gilmore
Essential reading for anyone interested in artistic research applied to music This book is the first anthology of writings about the emerging subject of artistic experimentation in music. This subject, as part of the cross-disciplinary field of artistic research, cuts across boundaries of the conventional categories of performance practice, music analysis, aesthetics, and music pedagogy. The book critically examines experimentation in music of different historical eras. Accompanied by a CD and by an online resource of video illustrations.
Go To Hell: gesture and sound on the threshold.
Go to Hell is an installation and performance work set on the threshold between gesture and sound and between the worlds of the dead and the living. The three musicians of the Vietnamese/Swedish group The Six Tones move through the subterranean landscape of the dismantled R1 nuclear reactor like mythological after-images. Fragments from the myth of Orpheus are double-exposed with the tale of a beheaded ghost from Vietnamese Tuong theatre. Evoked by the potential danger of the location, the audience is invited to explore an interactive and open form installation that relates to ancient myth and its bearings on experimental art of today. The choreographies and video art all relate to the gestural and conceptual content of Toccata Orpheus, a composition for guitar solo by the German composer Rolf Riehm.
Choreography: Marie Fahlin
Sound and light installation: Gerhard Eckel
Video and sound installation by Anders Elberling och Henrik Frisk
Video by Jörgen Dahlqvist
Music by Rolf Riehm, Henrik Frisk, Richard Karpen and The Six Tones
February 1, 2013 at 10-16
Kungl. Musikaliska akademiens ledamotssal. Blasieholmstorg 8, Stockholm
To develop and communicate musical knowledge. Artistic research is becoming a mature field. There is a number completed artistic PhD projects, quite a few ongoing and a several senior research projects. In this seminar the focus of the discussion will be on three topics:
1. What is the impact of artistic research in the context of musical production outside of the academical institutions?
2. How can the competence of artistic researchers become an asset in the educational institutions?
3. How can artistic knowledge be developed and communicated?
The seminar is open for the public but registration is required, at the latest January 30 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Project leaders: Henrik Frisk och Sverker Jullander
Symposium at Södertörns högskola organised by Centrum för praktisk kunskap
Friday March 8, 2013 13:00-16:30.
The symposium is free of charge but it is necessary to register with email@example.com.
What is the relation between theory and practice in artistic research? How can it be investigated without reducing it to a mute representation of the theoretical process? These and other questions are addressed at this symposium among the invited speakers Maria Lantz (Konstfack), Henrik Frisk (Kungliga musikhögskolan), Barbro Smeds/Ingela Josefson (Stockholms dramatiska högskola) and a panel consisting of Maria Johansson, Sigrid Sandström, Andreas Nobel, Magnus Bärtås and Fia Fredricson Flodin.
The symposium is produced by Jonna Hjertström Lappalainen, post-doc Centrum för praktisk kunskap, firstname.lastname@example.org and Jonna Bornemark, föreståndare Centrum för praktisk kunskap, email@example.com
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- Published: Nov 8th, 2011
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The cross disciplinary event (Re)thinking improvisation:international sessions in artistic research, organised by the Malmö Academy of Music, can also be taken as a 1,5 - 3 hp PhD course, open also for candidates affiliated to Konstnärliga forskarskolan. Active participation is accredited with 1,5 hp, additional essay writing amounts to yet another 1,5 hp. Questions and registrations can be addressed to Henrik Frisk at firstname.lastname@example.org or Stefan Östersjö at email@example.com.
The poetics of resistance in musical improvisation is the topic of KONSTLAB, at Atalante in Gothenburg October 31 at 19 pm, KONSTLAB being a collaboration between the venue in question and the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at The University of Gothenburg. Artist, architect and researcher Ana Betancourt will talk about intersections between art and social movements in three projects in Barcelona, London and Stockholm, and composer and researcher Henrik Frisk will talk about poetics of resistance in musical improvisation. The lectures and discussions will all be in Swedish, moderated by Ole Lutzow-Holm.