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will art save the world? (part four)



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June 3, 17:00 – 19:00

The last seminar within the series Will art save the world? – a public seminar series at Stockholm University of the Arts where the role of artistic research within different fields is debated is subtitled “What’s in it for the humanities and the social sciences?”
The last seminar in a series of four is focusing on the social sciences and the humanities. The idea is to discuss the role of artistic research and what it can mean for the humanities and the social sciences.

will art save the world? (part three)



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When: May 13 at 17:00 – 19:30
Where: Linnégatan 87, rum L502, 5 tr.

“What’s in it for the sciences?” is the third within the seminar series “Will art save the world?” – in which the role of artistic research within different professional fields is debated.
The event will discuss what artistic research might contribute to the sciences. We will speculate, dream and problematize what artistic research might mean for art, society, and the sciences.
The panel consists of:

  • Tove Kjellmark – Swedish artist who works with uncanny robotics and human empathy
  • Ariane Koek – former leader of International Arts Development at CERN, Switzerland
  • Dana Whitco – Founding Director of Tisch Initiative for Creative Research (TCR), New York, USA.

Rolf Hughes, Head of Research, Stockholm University of the Arts, is the moderator.

curation’s dramaturgy



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From February–April 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.

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April 27 – El Hadji Sy: Painting, Performance, Politics – A dialogue on the practice of El Hadji Sy

El Hadji Sy is a visual and performance artist, political activist and curator from Dakar in Senegal. He chooses painting as his preferred medium to develop his artistic research, negotiate his multiple identities, and conduct his ideological battles.

28 april – Clémentine Deliss: The Post-Ethnographic Museum as Curatorial Experimentation

In 2015, an ethnographic museum appears to be out of time, and its collection unable to combine with current concepts of contemporaneity. What can one do to break this stasis and dislodge the anachronism embedded in its collections? How can ethnographic artefacts, of which there exist over 5 million in Germany alone, provide a central pool from which to reconfigure experimental research into visual culture and artistic practice?

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