Artistic Research Forum (ARF) was established by the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme as a yearly conference to promote the understanding of artistic research in a national and international perspective. The Programme Board and University of Stavanger, Department of Music and Dance, have the pleasure of inviting you to the Artistic Research Forum in Stavanger 17 – 18 October 2016. The forum program contains 18 parallel sessions with presentations of research fellowship projects, projects financed by the Project Programme and projects from Uniarts Stockholm, Uniarts Helsinki and University of Stavanger. There will also be a open discussion on ethics in artistic research projects. + + +
Following a successful and well-received pilot edition in 2015, the University of the Arts Helsinki has decided to again realize a Research Pavilion within the context of the Venice Biennale. This new edition will last five months (from early May through to late September) and will be undertaken as a Nordic collaboration together with institutional partners outside Scandinavia (including the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Zurich University of the Arts, EARN (European Artistic Research Network) and SAR (Society for Artistic Research). The second Research Pavilion will be registered as an official collateral event at the Venice Biennale. + + +
This year the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme received 34 applications for admission to the Fellowship Programme, selected from the 209 applications sent to one of the institutions affiliated to the Programme. The following candidates has been offered admission to the Fellowship Programme in 2016:
|Brynjar Bandlien||KHiO, Academy of Dance||Recurrences - a method and practice within dance and choreography|
|Erik Dæhlin||Norwegian Academy of Music||Shared space|
|Mette Edvardsen||KHiO, Academy of Dance||Writings in space and time|
|Alexander Furunes||NTNU, Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art||Bayanihan as a model for community participation in Post Disaster Reconstruction|
|Jan Peter Hammer||KHiO, Academy of Fine Art||The Art of War|
|Sunniva Storlykken Helland||KHiB, Department og Design||Breaking Circles|
|Anne Haaning||UiT, Faculty of Fine Arts||Half Hidden|
|Bjørn Erik Haugen||Norwegian Academy of Music||The Music of Sound|
|Elisabeth Holmertz||Norwegian Academy of Music||The Otherness of the self|
|Marte Johnslien||KHiO, Art and Craft||Sensitivitet som strategi. Viten, ikke-viten og det tredje alternativet|
|Bendik Kaltenborn||KHiO, Design||Tegning, form og drama|
|Andy David Lock||KHiB, Department of Fine Art||In Place of Idealism: architecture and Photography|
|Kjetil Møster||UiB, the Grieg Academy||Den elektrofoniske saksofonen|
|Solmund Nystabakk||UiT, Faculty of Fine Arts||Singing with the lute |
|Sabine Popp||KHiB, Department of Fine Art||Agential Matter (Invisible Landscapes)|
|Kjersti Sundland||KHiB, Department of Fine Art||In The Presence of Phantoms|
|Stian Westerhus||NTNU, Department of music||The Shape of Concerts to Come|
What is practising or an art practice?
How do artists practise skills/art? What is practised?
How does one learn to practise?
What is good or bad practising like?
What is the significance of practising and rehearsing skills/art in different fields of art?
Artist-researchers are invited to submit theme-related research expositions and contributions for the seventh issue of RUUKKU Studies in Artistic Research. The proposals or drafts for research expositions must be submitted through the Research Catalogue no later than 31 July 2016. + + +
The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is the publishing space for a growing community of artistic researchers, interested in archiving, disseminating and discussing their work. It uses the Research Catalogue, an innovative repository for the documentation of artistic research, which has over 5000 registered users. Rethinking the traditional journal format, JAR offers its contributors a free-to-use online space where text can be woven together with image, audio and video material.