Video documentation

A selection of lectures and presentations from Konstfack Research Week 29 January - 3 February 2017.

Monday 30 January

Welcome and introduction to Konstfack Research Week by Maria Lantz

 

"Introducing Research" – A Brief Overview of Organisation, Finance and Politics of Research in Sweden and Europe
Presentation by Magnus Mörck

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: To Cut the Bean Open — Modes and Strategies within Artistic Research
Presentation by Magnus Bärtås

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: Research Through Design
Presentation by Bo Westerlund

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: The Need for Practice Based Research in the Field of Visual Communication
Presentation by Johanna Lewengard, Joanna Rubin and Moa Matthis

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: Influence
Presentation by Ulrika Karlsson

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: Crafting Theory
Presentation by Anders Ljungberg

 

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES: Visual Culture and Learning für alle!
Presentation by Ulla Lind and Anette Göthlund

 

"The Trial" – On the Tedious and Fascinating Research Around the Re-staging of the Operaist Trial
Presentation by CuratorLab

 

At The End Someone Has to Say It - The Violence in Public Speech in Relation to "The Trial"
Lecture by Michele Masucci

 

Tuesday 31 January

The Material and Design Politics of Movement
Lecture by Mahmoud Keshavarz, introduction by Bo Westerlund

 

Wednesday 1 February

What does history do?
Introduction by Christina Zetterlund

 

What does history do?
Presentation dialogue with Christina Zetterlund and Michael Barrett

 

What does history do?
Presentation dialogue with Rikard Heberling and Johanna Lewengard

 

What does history do?
Presentation dialogue with Tor Lindstrand and Håkan Nilsson

 

What does history do?
Presentation dialogue with Thomas Laurien and Johanna Rosenqvist

 

What does history do?
Q&A with Christina Zetterlund, Johanna Rosenqvist, Michael Barrett, Håkan Nilsson, Rikard Heberling, Johanna Lewengard, Thomas Laurien and Tor Lindstrand

 

Male Fantasies and the Far Right
Lecture by Ana Teixeira Pinto, introduction by Joanna Warzsa

 

Formation of gaze within an institutional craft setting
Dialogue between Ulla Lind and Camilla Gåfvels

 

Design for Sustainable Co-Creation/Back to the Land 2.0
Presentation by Cheryl Akner-Koler

 

Symbiotic Tactics
Presentation by Martin Avila

 

Thursday 2 February

Impasse Finesse Neverness (the Course Formerly Known as Immediate Archæologies), part 1
Presentations by Luis Rafael Berríos-Negrón and Master’s students

 

Impasse Finesse Neverness (the Course Formerly Known as Immediate Archæologies), part 2
Presentations by Luis Rafael Berríos-Negrón and Master’s students

 

Impasse Finesse Neverness (the Course Formerly Known as Immediate Archæologies), part 3
Presentations by Luis Rafael Berríos-Negrón and Master’s students

 

The Stubborn Life of Objects
Lecture by Yuka Oyama

 

A Massive Loss of Habitat: Explaining the New Migrations
Lecture by Saskia Sassen, introduction by Maria Lantz

 

Friday 3 February

Aesthetic Journalism: the Uncertain Domains of Information, Communication and Aesthetics'
Lecture by Alfredo Cramerotti, introduction by Magnus Bärtås

Uppdaterad: 17 februari 2017
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