New issue of VIS!
On 18 November, issue eight of VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research was released, with the theme “of Rules and Alternatives”. The editors of the issue are Serge von Arx and Eliot Moleba.
VIS #8 oscillates between established structures and their innate disturbances. The seven expositions under the theme “rules and alternatives” operate in the blind spots and on the fringes of the arts, they open up new perspectives and frames, and recontextualize what is hidden in well-known areas.
The Expositions in the issue are:
Vietnamese Diasporic Voices: Exploring Yellow Music in a Liminal Space by Nguyễn Thanh Thủy
In circles leading on – folkdance, a choreographic intersection by Andreas Berchtold
Circular Bowing, Cyclical Work by Karin Emilia Hellqvist
A to Z: Visualising Every Word in the Dictionary in Alphabetical Order by Dave Ball
Back to present by Thalia Hoffman
Traditioning, dissolving (Tradering, oppløsing) by Ingfrid Breie Nyhus
Tree of Dawn: Translation as a Method by Aurora Del Rio
Read the issue here: VIS website
The release and presentation of the issue took place during the Swedish Research Council's symposium "Transformations '22 - artistic research in a time of change" in Luleå 17–18 November. Cecilia Roos, Vice-Rector of Research at SKH, presented the issue together with the editor Eliot Moleba and the artist Nguyễn Thanh Thủy.
Presentation and panel discussion about VIS, Luleå 18 November 2022. Editor Eliot Moleba to the left. Photo: Stefan Östersjö
Nguyễn Thanh Thủy and Eliot Moleba. Photo: Stefan Östersjö
Cecilia Roos and Nguyễn Thanh Thủy. Photo: Stefan Östersjö