Artistic research network in music
Maria Bania - Göteborg, Anders Carlsson - Göteborg, Marina Cyrino - Göteborg (PhD candidate), Henrik Frisk - Konstnärliga forskarskolan, Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm, Kim Hedås - Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm, Katt Hernandez - Malmö/Stockholm (PhD candidate), Anders Hultqvist - Göteborg, David Myhr - Piteå (PhD candidate), Per Anders Nilsson - Göteborg, Alex Novitz - Stockholm Uniarts (PhD candidate), Kent Olofsson - Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm (PhD candidate), Daniel Stighäll - Piteå (PhD candidate), Åsa Stjerna - Göteborg (PhD candidate), Joel Speerstra - Göteborg, Halla Steinunn - Malmö (PhD candidate), Nguyen Thanh Thuy - Malmö (PhD candidate), Sara Wilén - Malmö (PhD candidate), Stefan Östersjö - Malmö
25 August 2015 - 26 August 2015
There is a tendency that discussions concerning artistic research is kept theoretic, thus avoiding the most important aspect of the research: the artistic practice.
Even if practical obstacles (such as spaces, technology, equipment) are bypassed, there is still a need for the artist to figure out an efficient way in which the practice can be combined with other means of communication, or how it can stand by itself. If the practice cannot be presented "live" what kind of modes of representation are usable? How can knowledge about the practice be communicated to the audience in a way that may makes it useful?