VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research
VIS is a digital journal about artistic research that is published biannually. Every issue features 5–7 peer-reviewed expositions.
VIS is published as a collaborative effort by Stockholm University of the Arts and the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. The purpose of the journal is to be a primary source of knowledge for anyone who wants to learn about, and immerse themselves in, the artistic research emanating from the Nordic region, as well as being a platform for international research that places a similar emphasis upon reflection. The goal is to use the journal as a framework to strengthen Nordic cooperation for artistic research. With this journal, we hope to contribute to insight, knowledge and awareness of methods, ethics and context in artistic processes.
The journal is published twice a year and each issue features 5–7 peer-reviewed expositions. All the expositions featured in the journal are made in Research Catalogue.
The Steering Committee of VIS
Paula Crabtree, Vice-Chancellor, Stockholm University of the Arts
Eli Bø, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Stockholm University of the Arts
Ann Kroon, Director of the Research Office, Stockholm University of the Arts
Inger Stray Lien, Chairman, Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, DIKU
Michael Duch, Representative, Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, DIKU
Geir Strøm, Policy Director, Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, DIKU
Editorial Committee of VIS, 2021
Cecilia Roos, Vice-Rector of Research, Stockholm University of the Arts
Anna Lindal, Violinist
Magnus Bärtås, Vice-Rector of Research, University of Arts, Crafts and Design
Serge von Arx, Artistic Director Scenography Ostfold University College
Trond Lossius, Professor, The Norwegian Film School
Eliot Mmantidi Moleba, Doctoral student, KHiO
Gunhild Mathea Husvik-Olaussen, Independent artist
Heidi Paatere Möller, Editorial Project Manager, Stockholm University of the Arts
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