The seminar is about relationships in artistic research. Based on the research fellows’ research projects, endeavours are made to map relations and how they influence artistic processes and results in the different phases of projects. Experience is shared by leading and carrying out complex artistic projects.
Research fellows participating in the Norwegian Artistic Research School. Third semester is recommended.
The seminar is workshop-based with discussions in small groups, lectures and presentations. The research fellows are given an opportunity to discuss their own projects in detail.
Due to the development of the coronavirus pandemic, the seminar will be based mainly on digital participation. If possible and desired, physical meetings in small groups at campus may be organised, whilst facilitating digital presence for those who are not able to meet physically.
The link to the Zoom-meeting will be shared with all registered participants.
Groups of 4-5 research fellows work together, with the aim of strengthening a particular aspect in each of the fellows’ projects. Each fellow will lead the group for a session of about 75 minutes. During this session, the fellow brings forward a particular challenge or aspect of his/her project, inviting the group to respond. The format and length of this presentation are up to the fellow. The group works together on developing this aspect, moderated by the fellow. The same groups are kept for all workshop sessions. The fellows are free to choose the topics for their respective sessions.
The workshop is a good opportunity to discuss your project with other fellows extensively. We strongly advise all fellows to invite the group to take part in a discussion, rather than presenting the research project for 75 minutes.
Research fellows must read the literature on the mandatory reading list and prepare a group workshop. During the seminar, research fellows must play an active part in the discussion of other research fellows’ projects.
All fellows must submit a short abstract (no longer than 250 words) of their projects and the research issues they plan to discuss in the group workshop. The abstract should be sent to pku@diku no later than 24 August.
Tuesday 8 September
09:30-10:00 Informal and voluntary morning coffee
10:00-10:15 Practical information
10:15-11:00 Darla Crispin and Rolf Hughes on exposition and reception
12:00-12:30 Lunch break
12:30-14:00 Group work session 1
14:30-16:00 Group work session 2
Wednesday 9 September
09:30-10:15 Plenary discussion on course readings and experiences day 1
10:30-12:00 Group work session 3
12:30-14:00 Group work session 4
14:30-16:00 Seminar summary in plenum
Seminar moderator will be previous research fellow, Associate Professor Jostein Gundersen, University of Bergen.
Guest speakers and commentators: