Higher seminar: Katji Lindberg

Datum och tid
16 oktober 2017 kl 10:00 - 12:00
Typ av händelse
Seminarium
Plats och färdväg

E1
Konstfack, LM Ericssons väg 14, Stockholm (Se karta)
Färdväg: Tunnelbana eller buss till Telefonplan



Artistic practice and the question of technicity

Katji Lindberg will present a chapter from her forthcoming thesis, where three different perspectives of technology in relation to artistic practice are presented: Derrida with the concept of originary technicity, Verbeek with the idea of technology as a relation and Katherine N. Hayles by embodiment theory.

Katji Lindberg about her text:
"Thinkers like Walter Benjamin and Rosalind Krauss are often cited when it comes to questions of medialization and art. Another theoretical path is offered by philosophers of technology, such as Jacques Derrida, Bernard Stiegler and Peter-Paul Verbeek (2005). In their respective writings, they show that no media is neutral and that this discussion is heavily challenged by dichotomies such as nature-culture, body-mind, inner-outer and artificial-natural. How does this affect our understanding of artistic practice, technical know-how and medialization? How can we frame technicity in relation to artistic practice?"

The seminar will be held in Swedish.

Text is available. Please contact Magnus Bärtås, Skyddad adress.

Katji Lindberg has a background stretching from artistic practice to philosophy. She is based in Stockholm where she has been working as an art critic, writer and as a teacher in reflexive writing. She has an exam from Konstfack, a Master´s Degree in Practical Knowledge from Södertörn´s University and she has also studied in France and Norway. She is currently finishing her PhD (at Konstfack and of Nord University, Bodö, Norway) which is titled "Only as creators!"- on meaning-making and reflexivity in artistic practice, through the lens of the fine art teacher´s professional knowledge. Her theoretical interests are feminist philosophy, affect theory, embodiment studies and epistemology.



Kontaktperson
Magnus BärtåsSkyddad adress


Arrangör
Doktorandprogrammet i konst, teknik och design

Uppdaterad: 9 oktober 2017
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