Doctoral education and postdoctoral research in the arts

The artistic research practices within art universities is at the moment informed by two parallel dynamic processes whose mutual connection has neither been fully understood nor articulated. As I see it, the recognition of this link, and taking benefit of it, is crucial for the development of the field in the future.    The first of these trends concerns doctoral education....
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How to do things with performance in relation to what is given?

In this text we - Annette Arlander, Hanna Järvinen, Tero Nauha and Pilvi Porkola - describe briefly our workshop “What is given?” during the 8th SAR conference in Helsinki in April 2017. The workshop was organised with the aim to share something of the work undertaken within the Academy of Finland funded four-year research project group How to do things with performance?    ...
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Practices of Sharing

#1 insist on meeting through practice. invite a person who inspires you to share work. dive right in, make little pretexts and no apologies. instead take time to warm up and prepare in parallel. set an adequate and equal time frame for each of you (minimum 30’ , expand as desired. work with shorter time spans and alternations as needed). meet in a fitting location and bring some food to...
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Taiteellista tutkimusta esityksen mahdollisesta luonnosta: esityksen rooli ekokriisien aikakaudella

Tuija Kokkosen väitöstutkimuksen Esityksen mahdollinen luonto – Suhde ei-in
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Tuntuma ja harjaantumisen halu tutkimusasetelman muodostumisessa

Tutkimuspuhe seuraa käytäntöä usein turvalliselta etäisyydeltä...
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