Symposium Program & Video documentation
28/10/2020 - 29/10/2020 @ 10:00-16:00

 

On Oct 28-29 2020, The International Center for Knowledge in the Arts held its second symposium as a meeting across networks of knowledge, institutions, disciplines and people. During two days, a number of key lectures on the topic of networks in and through artistic research set off in-depth working sessions where artist-researchers from the Center’s institutions engaged in an intensive exchange of transdisciplinary knowledge in the arts. The lectures and their q&a’s were recorded as webinars and you can watch them here or on our Vimeo channel.

 

The Symposium has 9 episodes.

 

1. Welcome by Kirsten Langkilde

Rector, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts

 

2. Inaugural lecture by Professor for the International Center for Knowledge in the Arts, Kristoffer Gansing

Artistic Research as Transversal Knowledge

 

Shifting Networks of Art and Knowledge

3. Keynote by Lars-Bang Larsen

The Network. Multiplicity, Materiality, Mix and Interpretation

 

4. Keynote by Kathryn Weir

Shifting Networks of Art and Knowledge

 

5. Desktop essay by Geraldine Juárez

Bloody Networks

 

6. Discussion

Shifting Networks of Art and Knowledge

 

Alternatives & Interdependencies in Constructing Future Networks

7. Keynote by Nishant Shah

The Interface of Networks

 

8. Artistic Presentation by Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst

Alternatives & Interdependencies in Constructing Future Networks

 

9. Desktop essays by Lídia Pereira

Feditation

 

About the Symposium:

The International Center for Knowledge in the Arts welcomes you to a meeting across networks of knowledge, institutions, disciplines and people. Over two days, a number of key lectures on the topic of networks in and through artistic research will set off in-depth working sessions where artist-researchers from the Center’s institutions engage in an intensive exchange of transdisciplinary knowledge in the arts. The lectures and their q&a’s will be possible to attend as Zoom webinars for a general audience, while the working sessions are for registered participants from the seven member institutions.

 

You can download the programme here: Programme Symposium