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  • Wilson, Mick, 1964- (författare)
  • White Mythologies and Epistemic Refusals: Teaching Artistic Research Through Institutional Conflict
  • 2020
  • Ingår i: Teaching Artistic Research: Conversations Across Cultures. - Berlin : De Gruyter. - 3110662396
  • Bokkapitel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This essay outlines a heuristic model of a teaching practice that attempts to operate within the fundamentally contested field of artistic research by exploring the terms and processes of conflicted institutional practices and rhetorics. Taking account of the different ways in which artistic research has become a highly visible moment of institutional conflict, this paper outlines an approach to teaching early-stage researchers through active processes of knowledge conflict. The model outlined here proposes a group process by which fault-lines of conflict and disagreement may be thematized and operationalized within a teaching praxis. The provisional model being proposed is based upon concrete experiment and application over the last decade in a range of formal and informal educational settings.
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  • Bowman, Jason E., 1967- (författare)
  • PARSE Journal Issue #2 The Value of Contemporary Art
  • 2015
  • Ingår i: http://www.parsejournal.com/issue/2. - Göteborg : University of Gothenburg. - 2002-0953. ; 1:2
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • With Professor Andrea Phillips (University of Gothenburg) and Dr. Suhail Malik (Goldsmiths, University of London) , I co-edited the second edition of the peer-reviewed PARSE (Platform for Artistic Research Sweden) Journal. This edition dealt specifically with questions of value in contemporary art and included a total of 11 peer reviewed contributions.
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  • Orru, Anna Maria, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • AHA! festival 2016
  • 2016
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • For the third year, the AHA festival investigates the meeting between art and science in a three-day event at the Chalmers University of Technology hosted by the Department of Architecture and the Department of Physics. An international festival intended to provide enlightening experiences, staging surprises, new thoughts and displaced perspectives that lead to alternative modes of thinking about exploring the world through art and science. We invite scientists (physicists, historians, astronomers, engineers), artists (dancers, musicians, painters, poets, acrobats) who reside in these borderlands and wish to share their vision and work. The key intention is to celebrate both art and science as key knowledge building devices.The first year’s theme ’Embodiment’ (2014) explored the body as our anchor in the world, followed by the 2015 theme on ’Numbers’, a delightful net we cast over the world. This year's theme is ’Uni-verse,’ again a natural consequence of our interest in the relation between art and science. The elemental force that drives science as well as art is curiosity. Come be curious with us! During the festival we have chosen to divide the word universe into three: uni and "-" and verse. Uni means that something is combined into a whole. Verse means that we are turned in a direction, the origin of the word tells us that it is the plow that turns at the end of the field. And the dash "-" is all the spaces and cracks where new discoveries can grow. Art and science unfolds in the gap between what we know and what we want to know.
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  • Orru, Anna Maria, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • AHA! festival 2014
  • 2014
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • ”Science and art” is the typical motto of a polytechnic, with the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm as a Swedish example. Only too seldom do we have occasion to ask ourselves what the words are meant to imply.The Royal Institute of Technology received its emblem in 1827. At that time, ”science” referred to theoretical knowledge, and ”art” to practical ability. Our understanding of the world around us on the one hand, our capacity to change it on the other – in both cases in a systematic or methodical fashion, and in both cases in broad generality. Today, we would rather speak of theory and practice, but the question is essentially the same: how do we go from thought to action, and how do we get back again?But the meaning of the two words was soon to change. Today, ”science” no longer refers to systematic knowledge, but rather to a highly professionalised, specialised and often technically advanced activity intended for the production of empirically secure facts. Similarly, ”art” is no longer a methodical ability, but rather a complex and autonomous activity comparable to science: the creation of images, sounds, and other forms of sensuous experience with a most immediate effect. Forms that grab hold, shake up, leave us at a loss. Experiences that make us question ourselves and the world around us.The relation between science and art has become more complex, but is just as important to attend to. Their meeting is still that of theory and practice, but also something more: a meeting of causal connections and meaningful coherences, of given conditions and unsuspected possibilities, of the order of things and our own place within it.By bringing together science and art, architecture provides an ideal playing field for such a confrontation. This is why the Department of Architecture at the Chalmers University of Technology has initiated the AHA! Festival, October 21–23, 2014 that, during three days of lectures, workshops, conversations, exhibitions, concerts, performances, and mingles, will offer thought-provoking experiences, hands-on surprises, itinerant perspectives, and savoury ideas. In this way the festival welcomes students and researches at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg to turn the searchlight onto the relation between two different– but equally important – human activities.
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  • Orru, Anna Maria, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • AHA! festival 2015
  • 2015
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The AHA festival investigates the borders between art and science in a three-day event at the Chalmers University of Technology hosted by the Department of Architecture. An international festival intended to provide enlightening experiences, staging surprises, new thoughts and displaced perspectives that lead to alternative modes of thinking about the space between art and science. We invite scientists (physicists, historians, mathematicians, medical students), artists (dancers, musicians, painters, poets, chefs) and not least architects, who reside in these borderlands and wish to share their vision and work. The key intention is to celebrate both art and science as key knowledge building devices.
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  • Åshede, Linnea, 1987-, et al. (författare)
  • Cassandra's Plight: Gender, Genre, and Historical Concepts of Femininity in Goth and Power Metal
  • 2019
  • Ingår i: Classical Antiquity in Heavy Metal Music / edited by K. F. B. Fletcher and Osman Umurhan.. - London : Bloomsbury Academic. - 9781350075351 ; s. 97-114
  • Bokkapitel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The authors focus on the trope of powerful historical feminities in two subgenres of heavy metal: goth and power metal. Through the case study of Cassandra - cursed by Apollo with perfect prophecies that nobody believes - the authors discuss how 20th century metal bands employ classical imagery to critique heterosexual power-relations, or look beyond gender to access the universal human conditions.
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  • Beech, David, 1965- (författare)
  • From Commodification to Exceptionalism
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Left Forum 2017: The Resistance.
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • A panel at Left Forum was convened to discuss Dave Beech's book Art and Value, organised by Bryan Pankhurst (Oberlin College). The abstract for the panel read as follows: Dave Beech’s groundbreaking 2015 text Art and Value is the first systematic critique of the analytical approaches to art that have arisen within the frameworks of classical, neoclassical and Marxian economics. In addition to diagnosing a series of foundational mistakes that undermine the conclusions of historically significant economic treatments of art, the book also makes the positive argument that art is economically exceptional, in that the dynamics of its production and consumption are dissimilar to the dynamics that characterize the production and consumption of commodities in the context of capital accumulation. That is, contrary to the conventional pessimistic wisdom of much Marxist art theory, art has (by and large) not been relentlessly commodified, and art production has (by and large) not been subject to formal or real subsumption under capital. In this author-meets-critics panel, four music scholars who are sympathetic to Beech’s project develop and reflect upon themes from Art and Value. Topics to be explored include: 1) the applicability of Beech’s analysis, which centers on visual art and the gallery system, to various spheres of musical production and consumption; 2) the broad class of saleable items whose use-value is inseparable from the (authentic, traditional, non-exploitative, etc.) manner in which they are produced (such as art objects); 3) the welfare economics behind justifications for government support for the arts; and 4) the methodological errors committed by “Weberian” Marxists, such as Adorno and Lukács, in their impressionistic attempts to correlate artistic phenomena and the capitalist mode of production.
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