In this lecture, Erik Steinskog (University of Copenhagen) will discuss afrofuturism in music and the relation between technology, aesthetics and history.
"Screen Cultures at Media Aesthetics" (1)
Media Aesthetics invites Screen Cultures to a joint workshop focusing on Screen Cultures. More information about this collaboration is coming soon.
On the program:
Steffen Krüger will use the opportunity to dust off his pet project with the working title "Instagram, plasticity and mental health - the persistent question of narcissism in social media".
Following Thinkers: Place, Philosophy and Architecture Explored Through Filmmaking is a two-part screening that deals with what it means to follow thinkers who came before us. Anna Ulrikke Andersen and filmmaker and film theoretician d.n. Rodowick (University of Chicago) screen a selection of films that relate to this theme. In Andersen's films, she follows Norberg-Schulz from Norway to Italy, while Rodowick explores where Plato's thinking took place. After the screening, there will be a conversation with professor of art history Ina Blom (UiO) and architect and architectural historian Ingrid Dobloug Roede (Transborder Studio/AHO). The event is produced by Julie Leding with support from Fritt Ord.
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Timotheus Vermeulen will present his book proposal about acting and temporality with the working title “Acting time! Performance, history and temporality in film and television”.
Andreas Nilsen Ervik presents a draft of the conclusion to his doctoral thesis, You Might Like This - Playful, Stupid, Cute and Funny Diversions.
Aud Sissel Hoel will present an article with the working title "Image/medium/machine/milieu: An operational approach to media theory".
Taina Bucher will present work in progress, "Facebook is Facebook".
In this lecture, Whitney Davis (Berkeley) will discuss the evolutionary modernity of picture-making in the human species.
I. Kim Wilkins presents an article in progress with the working title "The Ongoing Impact of American New Wave Mythology"
II. Synne Tollerud Bull and Elisabeth Brun present their project idea in progress on "Environmental Humanities".
Liv Hausken will introduce to a discussion about media aesthetics and genealogy, taking chapter 2 in Colin Koopman's book Genealogy as Critique, "Three Uses of Genealogy" (2013), as point of departure.
Gry C. Rustad will present a work in progress, followed by a meeting on the research group's future projects.
Gustav Jørgen Pedersen, seniorrådgiver i forskning og utviklingsavdelingen til Kulturtanken, kommer for å holde et foredrag om Peter Watkins’ kritikerroste film Edvard Munch fra 1974.
Departmental Seminar Series features Tadashi Yanai, Professor in the Department of Cultural Anthropology, University of Tokyo.
The seminar is followed by informal gathering, at which refreshments are served. All are welcome!
In this lecture, Luciana Parisi (Goldsmiths University) will present a critique of technology that, originating from within computational media, makes it possible to discover forms of machine thinking that cannot simply be conflated with machine functions.
I. Ove Solum presents a work in progress which was intended for a publication related to the project “Scandinavian narratives of guilt”.
II. Bülent Somay presents a work in progress called 'The End of Truth as We Know It: The Disintegration of the University Discourse'.
Together with Henie Onstad Art Center, Media Aesthetics at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, is creating the symposium “Space Colonization in the Age of the Anthropocene”.
Space Colonization in the Age of the Anthropocene is a one-day symposium organized in connection with the exhibition The Moon. From Inner Worlds to Outer Space at the Henie Onstad Art Center (15.02-19.05.2019). 50 years after the first manned moon landing, the exhibition brings together art, cinema, music, architecture, cultural history, design and natural history. The symposium addresses the advent of a new space age from a variety of perspectives. Speakers: Peter Adey, Lorenz Engell, Jill Stuart, Cath le Couteur and Stefano Catucci
In this lecture, Daniel Heller-Roazen (Princeton University) discusses questions raised by the image of missing persons in literature ranging from the classical and medieval to the modern age.
I. Ragnhild Tronstad presents her article "Opplevelser av nærvær: Formidling av interaktiv mediekunst".
II. Jørgen Alnæs discusses the terms territorium and imaginative geography in relation to his doctoral thesis.
Including a public lecture at the National Library by Prof. Gustav Frank (LMU Munich)
organized by Janicke S. Kaasa, Natalia Igl & Karin Kukkonen | ILOS
Elisabeth Brun will present some work in progress movie clips from her docoral thesis (preliminary) called «Sediments, Configurations and Gaps: topographies of place, mind and the moving image».
Departmental seminar (Social Anthropology) featuring Christopher Wright, Senior lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Including a public lecture at Litteraturhuset by Prof Vera Tobin (CWRU Cleveland, USA)
organized by Natalia Igl & Karin Kukkonen | ILOS
Forskergruppen Kunstfag på Høyskolen Kristiania inviterer til symposium om kunstfaglig forskning, der både gruppens medlemmer og eksterne gjester presenterer sitt arbeid innenfor kunstfaglig forskning (artistic research).