Research Fellowship Admission 2017

This year the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme received 29 applications for admission to the Fellowship Programme, selected from the 259 applications sent to one of the institutions affiliated to the Programme. The following candidates has been offered admission to the Fellowship Programme in 2017:

NameInstitutionProject
Harpreet BansalNorwegian Academy of MusicThe Vocal Violinist: learning through teaching
Etienne GuilloteauHiØ, Norwegian Theatre AcademyBorders of Representation
Annie Anawana HobølUiB, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and DesignSubtle Encounters
Frederick HowardINN, The Norwegian Film SchoolCreating the Creatives
Marie Kølbæk IversenKHiO, The Academy of Fine ArtNeo-worlds: Other-directed potentialities of fright
Edit KaldorHiØ, Norwegian Theatre AcademyThe Many and the Form - Methods for Participatory Practices in Contemporary Theatre
Inger Cecilie LevyINN, The Norwegian Film SchoolTRAVEL THROUGH TIME: RECREATING THE CLASSIC SHORT LA JETÉE AS A VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE
Lisa Charlotte Baudouin LieKHiO, The Academy of TheatreHvordan kan teknikker fra sjamanisme, spritisme og vedtlig ritualmagi bidra til å skape nye autenstiske fortellersteder og affektive rom?
Nadia LipsycINN, The Norwegian Film SchoolThe Guide’s Trial
Magnhild Øen NordahlUiB, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and DesignTesting Space: Towards a better understanding of the relationship between the physical and the virtual in artistic production
Erik Friis ReitanUiB, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and DesignThe Teleportation Rhizome
Håkon Magnar SkogstadNorwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of HumanitiesPlaying in the manner of Ricardo Viñes: Recreating lost interpretations of works by Debussy and Ravel
Thorolf ThuestadUiB, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and DesignEmotional machines: composing for unstable media
Sanae YoshidaNorwegian Academy of MusicThe Microtonal Piano - and the tuned-in interpreter
Craig Thomas WellsUiB, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and DesignEmergent Ears - Playing the multi channel system and becoming played by it
Juliane ZelwiesUiT The Arctic University of Norway, Faculty of Fine ArtsThe artist, the market and the public. A set of (self)portraits, contemporary and globalized.

Årsrapport PKU 2016-2017

Programstyret har i 2016 utarbeidet en ny strategisk plan som klart plasserer programmet som en drivkraft for faglig utvikling innen de skapende og utøvende kunstfagene. Strategien er utarbeidet med basis i Programstyrets mandat og gir utrykk for de ambisjoner styret har for kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid i Norge.   + + +

Project Programme allocations 2017

In the meeting on 14 February, the Programme Board decided to allocate funding to the following projects:

PROJECTINSTITUTION - DEPTALLOCATION NOKPROJECT MANAGER
Goodbye Intuition – Music Through Public Reflection and the Creative Machine
Norwegian Academy of Music2.032.000 Associate Professor Ivar Grydeland
(Un-) settling Sites and Styles: Performers in Search of New Expressive Means
University of Bergen, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design3.741.000 Professor Einar Røttingen