Research Week 2019

Warm welcome to the Research week at Stockholm University of the Arts 22–25 January. During the week, artistic research and development projects are presented by doctoral candidates and senior researchers at Uniarts.

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This year, Research Week will be open to the public. We request that the entire student and staff body attend as many events as possible across the four days. We see Research Week as a way for our Uniarts community, and our expanded communities, to experience, participate in and contribute to, our burgeoning research culture.

Participants during the research week

Tuesday 22 January (DOCH): Kristine Slettevold, Martin Sonderkamp, Andreas Berchtold, Katarina Lion, Katarina Lundmark, Annika Notér Hooshidar, Ingrid Redbark Wallander, Annette Arlander, John Paul Zaccarini and My Häggbom.

Wednesday 23 January (OHS): Stina Ancker, Ulrika Tenstam, Martin Hellström, Carina Reich, Per Borin, Annette Arlander, Katrin Brännström and Leif Lundberg.

Thursday 24 January (StDH): Kersti Grunditz Brennan, Annika Boholm, My Häggbom, Anders Larsson, Eli Bø, Bengt Bok and Marcus Lindeen (Movie: Flotten).

Friday 25 January (Linnegatan 87): Tinna Joné, Bogdan Szyber, Harald Stjerne, Niklas Hald, Marcus Lindeen and Mareike Dobewall.

Note! Release of VIS Issue 1 at. 15:45–16:15. We will present the latest issue of VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research with ten expositions. The theme for the issue is Risk within artistic research.

Time and place

22 January at. 09.00–16:15: DOCH, School of Dance and Circus, Brinellvägen 58
23 January at. 09.00–16.45: University College of Opera, Teknikringen 35
24 January at. 10.00–19.00: Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, Valhallavägen 189
25 January at. 09.00–17.15: Linnégatan 87

Program

The entire program for our Research Week 2019.

Contact

Sissel Behring, Research officer and producer
sissel.behring@uniarts.se

 

Photo: Martin Argyroglo, Lafayette Anticipations, Paris 2018. A lot of moving parts – created and performed by Eleanor Bauer. Music by WATT clarinet ensemble, Costume and scenography design collaboration by Sofie Durnez, Light design collaboration by Jonatan Winbo.