Media Aesthetics Workshops
The Media Aesthetics research group organizes workshops on the first Friday of every month. As of 2022 workshops will be hybrid, both on Zoom and in person at Forskningsparken, Room 418 (Glassburet).
These seminars provide a space to discuss projects, texts and works in progress. To receive more information and reminders about the workshops please subscribe to our mailinglist.
Alison Landsberg presents work in progress.
Jon Inge Faldalen will show a short film and discuss author Tor Ulven’s literary media similes. Due to distribution rights for the film to be discussed, this seminar will not be available on Zoom.
Liv Hausken presents work in progress, titled "Lessons from the Histories of Fake Photography".
Elisabeth Brun presents "The Moving Image as a Topographical - Symbolic Machine".
This workshop will be held in room 435 (Stua) at Forskningsparken for technical reasons.
Annie Fee presents "Weeping Margots and Cultivated Cinephiles: The Cultural Differentiation of Affect in French Silent Film Culture" - POSTPONED
Susanne Sæther presents "Skjermvandringer og virale strategier: Kunst på nye plattformer" (the text is in Norwegian).
Due to corona restrictions, this workshop will be on zoom only.
Sebastian Cole presents: The Role of Algorithms in Music Streaming From a Critical Realist Perspective
Steffen Krüger, Siiri Nordlin and Kaitlyn Sampson present work in progress.
Dr. Eivind Røssaak presents work in progress: Becoming-Infrastructural: Hacks, Mods, and Bots in Cory Arcangel’s Art.
Carrie Ann Russpatrick presents work in progress: The Rise of the Vulva Monster: Vagina Dentata and its influence on Media Tropes and the Future of Screen Monsters.
Aurora Hoel presents work in progress - CANCELLED.
Vilde Schanke Sundet presents work in progress.
Timotheus Vermeulen presents work in progress: 'time across a body: DONALD GLOVER in this is America.'
Maja Bak Herrie presents «Thinking Through Data: How Outliers, Aggregates, and Patterns Shape Perception”
Synne Tollerud Bull presents work in progress
Matthew Rana presents work in progress titled From Memory to Reproduction: The Cinema of Bernadette Mayer
Jon Inge Faldalen presents work in progress.
Anna Backman Rogers presents an overview of work in progress titled, “BFI Classics: Picnic at Hanging Rock.”
Kim Wilkins presents work in progress titled "From the Berlin project".
Hans Kristian Rustad presents work in progress.