Video documentation

A selection of lectures and presentations from Konstfack Research Week 1-5 February 2016.

Monday 1 February

Welcome and introduction to Konstfack Research Week, by Maria Lantz


Introduction and programme overview, by Magnus Ericson and moderator Ulla Lind


Konstfack Research Strategy, presentation by Magnus Mörck


Art? Were More Interested in Plumbing, lecture by Maria Hellström Reimer


Two approaches to artistic research, lecture by Magnus Bärtås


Programme perspectives, presentations with Ulrika Karlsson, Bo Westerlund, Anette Göthlund & Annika Hellman

Ulrika Karlsson


Bo Westerlund


Anette Göthlund & Annika Hellman


The Arrested Time: Figurations of Otherness, lecture by Mara Lee


Tuesday 2 February

Introduction and programme overview, by moderator Håkan Nilsson


Making a field. Aspects of research in art, technology and design, an introduction to the Konstfack and KTH Royal Institute of Technologys joint doctoral programme Art, Technology and Design, by Catharina Gabrielsson


The Ghosts of Globalization and their (In)Ability to Haunt, lecture by Esther Peeren, introduction by Luis Berríos-Negrón

Luis Berríos-Negrón


Esther Peeren


Discussing the spectre, and the metaphor, conversation between Esther Peeren, Ectoplasmic Materialism and Luis Berríos-Negrón


Forms of participation, presentation by Maja Frögård


Art, Pedagogics, and Theory: The What, Why, and How of Things, lecture by Irina Sandomirskaja, introduction by Behzad Khosravi Noori


Wednesday 3 February

The politics of the camera, presentation by Petra Bauer


From rhizomatic lingo to investigations of the mundane and everydayish: some aspects of the word "practical", presentation by Katji Lindberg


HAPTICA The role haptics plays in the aesthetic gestalt process for the culinary arts, presentation by Cheryl Akner-Koler


Microhistories, presentation by Magnus Bärtås and Andrej Slávik


Mapping the Intangible – Adaptivity in Architectural Design, presentation by Cameline Bolbroe


Algorithms explained for artists and other normal people, lecture by Bart Haensel