Artistic Research Week 2022: Embodiment
Artistic Research Week is open to all artistic research activities at KHiO and we want to present the breadth and variety of practice that creates such a rich community. In addition, there is a focus theme that will connect some projects to a common thread of discussion. This year’s thematic thread is Embodiment.
Anne Linn Akselsen, Theo Barth, Bjørn Blikstad, Fernanda Branco, Victoria Browne, Bojana Cvejic, Sally Dean, Karen Disen, Anna Einarsson, Sara Elisassen, Sigrid Espelien, Petra Franson, Dora Garcia, Rosalind Goldberg, Heidi Haraldsen, Anna-Carin Hedberg, Henrik Hellstenius, Lars Erik Holter, Marius Holth, Marte Johnslien, Ane Thon Knutsen, Mari Koppanen, Christina Lindgren, Camilla Luihn, Rikke Lundgren, Janne Camilla Lyster, Tale Næss Lystøl, Eliot Moleba, Camille Norment, Shwan Dler Qaradaki, Maziar Raein, Per Roar, Merete Røstad, Tiril Schrøder and Jan Verwoert
About the Research Week
Artistic research is inherently an embodiment of ideas, materials, subjectivities, actions, and questions. By looking directly at the forms and functions of embodiment through the arts, we can enhance our ability to recognize and to utilize reflection as a process during the creative processes.
Artistic research is an integrated part of the activities at Oslo National Academy of the Arts and plays a central role in forging a unified artistic community. Our Artistic Research Week aims to contribute to a wider understanding of the nature of artistic research, to showcase what is being developed here at the Academy of the Arts, and how this research relates to greater disciplinary and socio-cultural contexts. It also aims to increase the discursive level on artistic research, through sharing experiences, insights and knowledge that is generated through practice-based research with faculties, students and a wider audience.
Artistic Research Week 2022 will take place as an all-digital public program.
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