VR symposium – Working Together
This year's symposium on artistic research is about collaboration. What does it mean to conduct research in or between subjects and disciplines? SKH will participate with two presentations.
The first presentation is BLOD – Artistic research project on transboundary aesthetics, content and modes of collaboration in cinematic storytelling, 25 November at 14:00-15:05 (Session 2), by Kersti Grunditz Brennan, film editor/PhD-candidate/assistant professor, SKH and Annika Boholm, script writer/co-researcher/assistant professor, SKH.
The second presentation is Performativity & Quantitative Analysis – The Disruption, 26 November at 10:25-11.30 (Session 1) by Lina Persson, PhD-candidate, SKH and Anna Björklund, Professor, KTH.
During the symposium more than 20 projects will be presented, opening up for deeper discussions about the opportunities and challenges involved in collaboration.
What frictions may arise as a result of factors such as hierarchies, differing evaluation criteria, or differing demands on how the research is made public? Which investigations are best done within separate subjects and disciplines? And when are interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary or multidisciplinary working formats and perspectives the most fruitful? These are some of the issues that will be discussed during the symposium.
Collaboration between researchers is also closely linked to the issue of the value of strong and dynamic research environments. How should these environments be designed to create favourable conditions for artistic research?
The symposium will be held in both English and Swedish.
Links to the webinar will be sent to everyone who is signing up.
Read more and sign up: Working together – Symposium on artistic research 2020
Image: BLOD – Artistic research project on transboundary aesthetics, content and modes of collaboration in cinematic storytelling, Kersti Grunditz Brennan and Annika Boholm.
Image: Event header for the presentation of “Performativity & Quantitative Analysis – The Disruption” 26 November by Lina Persson.