Search for dissertations about: "artistic practice"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 114 swedish dissertations containing the words artistic practice.

  1. 1. Moving through Choreography – Curating Choreography as an Artistic Practice

    Author : Marie Fahlin; André Lepecki; Cristina Caprioli; Joanna Sandell; Stockholms konstnärliga högskola; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Choreography; curating; dressage; centaur; centauring; exhibition; exhibitor; articulation; affect; transposition; composition; transcarnation; touch; tack; aids; terminology; ‘found practice’; ‘found choreography’; expanded choreography; one; oneness; manège; poetry; intimacy; listening; entanglement; embodiment; discursivity; diagram; performing; preforming; Utbildning på forskarnivå i performativa och mediala praktiker; Third-Cycle Studies in Performative and Mediated Practices;

    Abstract : The purpose of the artistic research, Moving through Choreography – Curating Choreography as an Artistic Practice, has been to consider choreography and curating in their similarities and differences. Thus, at different phases of the working process, choreography and curating were treated as one and the same artistic practice; while, in other moments, as practices that are distinct from each other. READ MORE

  2. 2. See and Seen : Seeing Landscape through Artistic Practice

    Author : Matts Leiderstam; Konsthögskolan i Malmö; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Nicolas Poussin; landscape painting; Claude Lorrain; Art of painting; Måleri; Nicolas Poussin; Claude Lorrain;

    Abstract : The point of departure for See and Seen text, website and exhibition) is the conventions of the Ideal Landscapes painted in Rome during the 17th century by artists such as Claude Lorrain and Nicolas Poussin. In 18th century England this translated into a particular gaze that became the fashion for how, and the parameters within which, the landscape was to be seen and that subsequently gave rise to landscaped parks, poetry and painting, and consequently had a significant role in shaping theories of the Picturesque. READ MORE

  3. 3. SHUT UP 'N' PLAY! Negotiating the Musical Work

    Author : Stefan Östersjö; Musikhögskolan i Malmö; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Contemporary art music; Collaboration; Musical performance; Methodology; Artistic research; Ontology; Music philosophy; Musical work; Musical interpretation; Performance practice;

    Abstract : 'SHUT UP ’N’ PLAY! Negotiating the Musical Work’ is a piece of artistic research that attempts to merge artistic practice, qualitative research methods and critical analysis in a project concerned with contemporary performance practices, and specifically how these practices are created and transmitted in the interaction between composer and performer. By way of a critical reading of the musico-philosophical discussion of the ontology of the musical work and by way of a deconstruction of the concept of musical interpretation I propose a model in which the identity of the musical work is analysed as the result of interaction between multiple agents: composer, performer, instrument, score and electronics, among others. READ MORE

  4. 4. Upscaling, Training, Commoning

    Author : Ana Džokić; Marc Neelen; Dougald Hine; Martijn Jeroen van der Linden; Ana Méndez de Andés; Iva Marčetić; Paul Currion; Henrietta Palmer; Doina Petrescu; Katherine Gibson; Kungl. Konsthögskolan; []
    Keywords : art; architecture; urbanism; spatial practice; artistic research; space; fiction; imagination; future; commons; community; economy; political economy; legitimacy; housing; emancipation; HUMANITIES and RELIGION; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP; Arkitektur; Architecture;

    Abstract : When on September 15, 2008 the financial conglomerate Lehman Brothers files for bankruptcy – and with that ‘officially’ sparks the international financial crisis – still few would anticipate the invasive effect this crisis would come to have on the professional and personal life of many across the world. Today, it’s implosion remains a mere ‘blip’ in the universe of events that followed. READ MORE

  5. 5. Are you ready for a wet live-in? : explorations into listening

    Author : Janna Holmstedt; Ylva Gislén; Per Nilsson; Jörgen Dahlqvist; Jesper Olsson; Kristina Lindström; Åsa Ståhl; Umeå universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; artistic research; listening; situated practices; sound in art; expanded art; expanded scenography; media ecology; acousmatic orality; a orality; storytelling; interspecies communication; more-than-human relations; co-habitation; sensorial estrangement; posthumanism; parasites; play; technology; dolphins; sonic sensibility; transliteracy; voice; performativity; new materialism; Michel Serres; Karen Barad; John Lilly; oceans; wet live-in; Artistic research; Listening; Situated practices; Sound in art; Expanded art; Expanded scenography; Media ecology; Acousmatic orality; A orality; Storytelling; Interspecies communication; More-than-human relations; Co-habitation; Sensorial estrangement; Posthumanism; Parasites; Play; Technology; Dolphins; Sonic sensibility; Transliteracy; Voice; Performativity; New materialism; Oceans; Wet live-in;

    Abstract : Listen. If I ask you to listen, what is it that I ask of you—that you will understand, or perhaps obey? Or is it some sort of readiness that is requested? What occurs with a body in the act of listening? How do sound and voice structure audio-visual-spatial relations in concrete situations?This doctoral thesis in fine arts consists of six artworks and an essay that documents the research process, or rather, acts as a travelogue as it stages and narrates a series of journeys into a predominantly sonic ecology. READ MORE