CRITICAL CONFABULATIONS – Corresponding Practices and Mappings
CRITICAL CONFABULATIONS – Corresponding Practices and Mappings
Jim Harold & Alex Hale
Art, Archaeology, archive, mapping, poetry, landscape, re-wilding, interdisciplinarity
Heterotopia of the Practice Room: Casting and Breaking the Illusion of Tristan Murail’s Tellur for Solo Guitar
Heterotopia of the Practice Room: Casting and Breaking the Illusion of Tristan Murail’s Tellur for Solo Guitar
Maarten Stragier
Tellur, Tristan Murail, guitar, Lydia Goehr, Werktreue, musical authorship, heterotopia, extended techniques
La resistencia de las piedras
La resistencia de las piedras
Alejandra Reyero & Maia Navas
video essay, montage, archive, decoloniality, control technologies, indigenous people, Latin America, Chaco, Argentina
The Plane of Cicadas: On the Possibility of Making Kin through Musicking
The Plane of Cicadas: On the Possibility of Making Kin through Musicking
Mathew Klotz
autoethnography, response-ability, musicking, hiking, making kin
We Are Public Space: Bodies and Minds in Post-pandemic Cities
We Are Public Space: Bodies and Minds in Post-pandemic Cities
Markéta Kinterová
public space, performative walk, privately owned public space, participation, psychogeography
Building upon Ruins – Interweaving Metaphors
Building upon Ruins – Interweaving Metaphors
Joanna Magierecka
dramaturgy, Installation, interweaving, participatory strategies, contemporary art, performance art, metaphor of ruins, collective story
Documenting Sounds in Urban Places: Belfast During Covid-19 Lockdowns 1 and 2
Documenting Sounds in Urban Places: Belfast During Covid-19 Lockdowns 1 and 2
Georgios Varoutsos
soundwalking, soundscape, urban space, covid-19, auto-methodologies, soundmaps
Fractured Photography
Fractured Photography
Hilde Hovland Honerud and Jon Hovland Honerud
photography, distress, representation, sociology, manipulation, refugee, sports
Object theatre exercises unfolding human-object relations in participatory design processes
Object theatre exercises unfolding human-object relations in participatory design processes
Merja Ryöppy
object theatre, participatory design, practice-based research, human-object, sensitising, object-body relationship, readymade objects
On the Indeterminate Training Technologies of a Reconstructed Bauhaus Choreographer. A Research Practice Between Speculative Historiography, Architectural Invention, and Performative Co-enactment
On the Indeterminate Training Technologies of a Reconstructed Bauhaus Choreographer. A Research Practice Between Speculative Historiography, Architectural Invention, and Performative Co-enactment
Thomas Pearce
reconstruction, speculation, Performance, Architecture, choreography, dance, technology, Bauhaus, indeterminacy, body politics, fiction, historiography, re-enactment, video projection, animation, digital fabrication, 3D scanning
Story in motion: creative collaborations on Tłı̨chǫ lands
Story in motion: creative collaborations on Tłı̨chǫ lands
Adolfo Ruiz and Tony Rabesca
animation, oral history, indigenous, participatory design, collaboration
A Performative Response to Sites of Surveillance: The Gorilla Park Project
A Performative Response to Sites of Surveillance: The Gorilla Park Project
Shauna Janssen, Katrina Jurjans, Eduardo Perez, christian scott
acoustic urban ecologies, gentrification, surveillance capitalism, smart cities, performative urbanism, research-creation
A Topian Artistic Methodology
A Topian Artistic Methodology
Kevin Walker
utopia, dystopia, Architecture, Archaeology, ontology
Cajón desastre: notas sobre una investigación artística desordenada
Cajón desastre: notas sobre una investigación artística desordenada
Paola Villanueva
artistic research, post-qualitative inquiry, rhizome, learning in becoming, artistic process, art and post-Fordism, researcher in transition, assemblage
Curating as Graphic Design Research
Curating as Graphic Design Research
Sara De Bondt
graphic design, curating, Exhibition, exhibition-making, history, historiography, critical graphic design, design, archive
Spotting A Tree From A Pixel (With Remote Sensing Researchers)
Spotting A Tree From A Pixel (With Remote Sensing Researchers)
Sheung Yiu
photography, hyperimage, remote sensing, visual culture, 3D scanning, computation, algorithmic image, interdisciplinary, artistic research
Structures for Freedom: In-performance Communication in Traditional Musicians in Scotland
Structures for Freedom: In-performance Communication in Traditional Musicians in Scotland
Lori Watson
traditional music, folk music, improvisation, graphic notation, artistic research, music, cross-genre music creation, practice, process, tacit knowledge
Biopoéticas: convergencias artísticas interespecie
Biopoéticas: convergencias artísticas interespecie
Ana Laura Cantera
biopoéticas, deterioro, finitud, bioarte, vivientes no-humanos, materialidad, agencia material, territorio, tecnología, vivientes no humanos, biopoetics, degradation, finitude, Bioart, nonhuman, materiality, material agency, territory, Latin American art, Arte Latinomericano
Experiments in Aural Attention: Listening Away & Lingering Longer
Experiments in Aural Attention: Listening Away & Lingering Longer
Rebecca Collins
listening, artistic research, attention, creative practice, creative critical writing, aural attention, Installation, vibrant practice, practice-as-research
Little Do They Know
Little Do They Know
Olivia Rowland
Art, art work, drawing, poetry, Play, miscommunication, visual art, anxiety, identity, experimental writing, the gaze, writing as artistic research, disruption, uncertainty, playing
Pandemic performance: A Haunting of Haunts
Pandemic performance: A Haunting of Haunts
Garrett Lynch IRL
networked performance, pandemic, social distancing, confinement, liveness, video, virtual, real, networked image, hauntology, hybridized spaces
Performing the ecstasis: An interpretation of Katharine Norman’s Making Place for instrument/s and electronics
Performing the ecstasis: An interpretation of Katharine Norman’s Making Place for instrument/s and electronics
Jean Penny
flute, Performance, electroacoustic music, phenomenology, Place
Subtle Ground: Feeling our ways towards a supportive method in ceramic practice
Subtle Ground: Feeling our ways towards a supportive method in ceramic practice
Priska Falin, Helen Felcey
clay, embodied dimension, subtle body, practitioner's experience, aesthetic experience, creative practice, Dwelling
The application of creative practice as a means of disrupting or re-defining the dynamics of power in, with or for different communities
The application of creative practice as a means of disrupting or re-defining the dynamics of power in, with or for different communities
Sabrin Hasbun, Rachel Carney, Harry Matthews, Catherine Cartwright, Gareth Osborne, Julika Gittner, Agnes Villette
community, community based art work, community of practice, interdisciplinarity, power relation, artist community, creative methodologies, collaboration, collaborative creativity, printmaking, artist book, open score composition, nuclear aesthetics, public sculpture, sculpture in activism, agency, museum, creative writing, immersive theatre, performative writing, transmedia
Acoustemological Investigation: Sound Diary #Tehran
Acoustemological Investigation: Sound Diary #Tehran
Ali Mousavi
acoustemology, soundscape, psychogeography, sound art, Architecture, urban sonic space, practice-based research
Affective Atmosphere: A Non-Representational Method of Devising Film Performance and Fiction
Affective Atmosphere: A Non-Representational Method of Devising Film Performance and Fiction
Pavel Prokopic
atmosphere, affect, film performance, Deleuze, becoming, directing, fiction, character, cinema, cinematography
Of Haunted Spaces
Of Haunted Spaces
Ella Raidel
essay film, experimental film, urbanism, performative practice, globalization
Petals to Light...Pedagogic Possibilities with Floor Art
Petals to Light...Pedagogic Possibilities with Floor Art
Geetanjali Sachdev
floor art, rangoli, kolam, pedagogy, ritual art
Research-Creation about and with Food: Diffraction, Pluralism, and Knowing
Research-Creation about and with Food: Diffraction, Pluralism, and Knowing
David Szanto & Geneviève Sicotte
food, research-creation, diffraction, food studies, senses, pluralism
Zoological Architectures and Empty Frames
Zoological Architectures and Empty Frames
Katharina Swoboda
animals, zoo, Architecture, video art, framing
Aubiome: A Collaborative Method for the Production of Interactive Electronic Music
Aubiome: A Collaborative Method for the Production of Interactive Electronic Music
Joel Diegert and Adrian Artacho
extended instrument, augmented instruments, process oriented practices, music, composer as performer
A∴418: Um Contributo para a Pesquisa Artística em Música
A∴418: Um Contributo para a Pesquisa Artística em Música
Vasco Alves
systematization method, interpretative musical conception, interpretive musical analysis, research in musical interpretation, innovation and technological development in music
Cleaning in progress: the line between art and life
Cleaning in progress: the line between art and life
Ulvi Haagensen
autoethnography, bricoleuse, embodied research, everyday, fluidity, lines, the circle, blurring, art and life, cleaning, art making
Future Earth Scream Now - The Solresol Birdsong Translator
Future Earth Scream Now - The Solresol Birdsong Translator
Jim Lloyd
birdsong, language, artistic research, inter-species, translation, transdisciplinarity
I lost time and space. Where am I? – Erzählen von chronischen Schmerzen
I lost time and space. Where am I? – Erzählen von chronischen Schmerzen
Tabea Rothfuchs
visual art, chronic pain, aesthetic research, dialogical aesthetic, pain, body, Memory, Art, science, society, medicine, inflatable, visual culture, Performance
The Atemporal Event
The Atemporal Event
Helga Schmid and Kevin Walker
Time, uchronia, Performance, design, light, experience, conversation
Vox Spatium
Vox Spatium
Sofía Balbontín
acoustic space, sound space, impulse response, urban entropy, Anthropocene
Constantinos Miltiadis, Gerriet K. Sharma
Beyond the Visual - A research curriculum for explorations in spatiotemporal environments
Constantinos Miltiadis and Gerriet K. Sharma
Architecture, music, spatial audio, soundwalk, virtual reality, spatiotemporality, aural literacy
Mika Elo
Encore
Mika Elo
Installation, stone, expanded writing, constellations, attention, association
Tom Milnes
Ephemer(e)ality Capture: Glitching The Cloud through Photogrammetry
Tom Milnes
3D scanning, 3D, media archaeology, error, artistic research, materiality, methodology, glitch, post-photography, algorithms, photogrammetry, digital art
Epameinondas P. Fasianos
Investigating the impact of Electroacoustic Music in Greek Culture, through a portfolio of Electroacoustic Music works which explore religious and mythological aspects of Greece
Epameinondas P. Fasianos
novars research centre, electroacoustic music, aspects of Greek culture, cultural identity, spectromorphology
Hannah Clarkson
Raising the Voice: Sculptural and Spoken Narratives from the Flat Sheet
Hannah Clarkson
Architecture, body, Building, narrative, narrativity, sculpture, voice, storytelling, text, poetry, craft
Cover photo for the exposition 'Absurd Sounds' by Anders Sune Berg, 2017.
Absurd Sounds
Yann Coppier
absurd sounds, sound art, innovation through meaning, virtual reality, invisible choreography, silence, sweet spot, real virtuality, worms, recording spaces, recording technique
Body Hegemonies 2017: An Experimental Transfer
Body Hegemonies 2017: An Experimental Transfer
Monica Clare van der Haagen-Wulff, Michael Lazar, Fabian Chyle
epistemic violence, postcolonial/decolonial theory, bio-power, borders, embodied/participatory research, transdisciplinarity, migration, restitution, race, gender, trauma, hegemony, discourse
Composing Technique, Performing Technique
Composing Technique, Performing Technique
Scott McLaughlin, Zubin Kanga, Mira Benjamin
materiality, embodiment, agency, indeterminacy, Performance, resonance, epistemic
Matthias Sildnik: Registers of Disinhibition
Registers of Disinhibition: Transferred Autonomy and Generative Systems in Artistic Research
Matthias Sildnik
generative art, systems, real time social systems, autonomy, conceptual art, opinion poll, disinhibition, assemblage of enunciation, intervention, individuation, collective enunciative recursion, transferred autonomy, multi-agent generative system
∂ Topological Landscapes
∂ Topological Landscapes
András Blazsek
3D printing, prototype, sound art, science and technology studies, 3D scanning
31 Days Old - Performance, Family and Ethics
31 Days Old - Performance, Family and Ethics
Sarah Black and Andy Frizell
maternal ethics, mother-artist, family art, home and sited practice, speech patterns, musical composition
Exploring and Prototyping the Aesthetics of Felt Time
Exploring and Prototyping the Aesthetics of Felt Time
Elsa Kosmack Vaara and Cheryl Akner Koler
Time, aesthetics, culinary arts, design, interaction, temporality, embodied, felt, prototyping
Impulsive Incantations - Voicing Migraine
Impulsive Incantations - Voicing Migraine
Mariske Broeckmeyer
migraine, voice, pain, aesthetic of failure, diary
Methods of Indirection
Methods of Indirection: a trialogue between Patrizia Bach, Howard Eiland, and Luis Berríos-Negrón about Walter Benjamin and translating The Arcades Project
Luis Berríos-Negrón, Patrizia Bach, Howard Eiland
Walter Benjamin, environmental art, archival art practice, translating, threeing, arcades project, greenhouse
Soft Robotics and Posthuman Entities
Soft Robotics and Posthuman Entities
Mads Bering Christiansen, Jonas Jørgensen, Anne-Sofie Emilie Belling, Laura Beloff
soft robotics, posthuman, wearable art, media arts, plants
Breathing into the Ecological Trauma: The Case of Gruinard Island‘
Breathing into the Ecological Trauma: The Case of Gruinard Island
Christoph Solstreif-Pirker
(post)-anthropocene, ecological trauma, non-philosophy, environmental ethics, performative research, site responsive practices, scotland, biological warfare, psychoanalysis, bioethics, walking art
Everything That Shines Sees: Flash Light, Photography and the Acheiropoietic
Everything That Shines Sees: Flash Light, Photography and the Acheiropoietic
Dominique Somers
photography, artistic research, light, media archaeology, media theory
Interrogating the notion of 'frock consciousness' through the practice of dressing and responding to dressed bodies
Interrogating the notion of 'frock consciousness' through the practice of dressing and responding to dressed bodies
Jennifer Anyan
fashion practice research, dress, embodiment, frock consciousness, affect, autoethnography
Walking the Newsroom: Towards a Sensory Experience of Journalism
Walking the Newsroom: Towards a Sensory Experience of Journalism
Sander Hölsgens, Saskia de Wildt, Tamara Witschge
atmospheres, journalism, experience, deep map, Architecture, drawing, newsroom design, artistic methods
Walking with Soldiers: How I learned to stop worrying and love the cadets
Walking with Soldiers: How I learned to stop worrying and love the cadets
Susanna Hast
military training, affect, autoethnography, walking, marching, sound, body, gender, pleasure, march