Tag: art

  • Group meeting The Posthumanities Hub

    Wednesday 24 May hrs 13:15-14:30 CEST over zoom Dear research group members, On Wednesday 24 May we reconvene agian for group meeting. On the agenda: to continue our check in with new research group members and hear artist in residence prof Paola Molto Ruiz present her work. Excited to see you all in this amazing…

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  • Human-Yeast Interrelations: Publication & Exhibit

    Human-Yeast Interrelations: Publication & Exhibit

    by Olga Timurgalieva, Patrícia Moreira, and Eva Direito The art book, Yeasts as We Do Not Know Them, chronicles the roles of single-celled fungal microbes, mainly yeasts, in human lives. The art project, co-produced by designer Eva Direito, biotechnologist Patricia Moreira, and art researcher Olga Timurgalieva, traces the ways these single-celled fungal microbes are involved in…

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  • Posthumanist Horses

    November 24 Lectures and talks inspired by Tove Kjellmark’s ongoing exhibition “The horse, the robot and the immeasurable” Lecturer: Martin Olin, art historian and head of research at the National Museum and Cecilia Åsberg, professor and director at The Posthumanities Hub, Linköping University Conversation leader: Daniel Urey, process manager Färgfabriken Main hall, Färgfabriken 17.30–18.30 Opportunity…

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  • Announcement for Karen Barad upcoming virtual talk (28 Sep) On Touching the Stranger Within

    Professor Karen Barad gives a virtual talk and presention Wednesday, September 28, 2022, titled On Touching the Stranger Within—Material Wonderings/Wanderings. The talk is free to attend, and it is part of a touring art exhibition called DRIFT: art and dark matter, which is currently showing at the Justina M. Barnicke gallery at the University of Toronto. Part of what makes this event so exciting is its cross-disciplinary nature, combining work in…

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  • SPLINTERED REALITIES: RIXC Art Science Festival 2022

    SPLINTERED REALITIES: RIXC Art Science Festival 2022

    Exciting! Check out SPLINTERED REALITIES: RIXC Art Science Festival 2022!

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  • Invitation: the Create/Feminisms cluster in the Arts and Creative Industries Faculty

    The Create/Feminisms cluster in the Arts and Creative Industries Facultyinvite all staff and students to log in, listen and take an active partin the following 4 externally facing ONLINE research seminarson De-/Post-/Anti-colonial Feminisms in Fine Art and Textile Crafts.   We hope you will cascade this invitation to anyone else as these events focused in…

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  • Archipelagic Rehearsals: Tema Genus Higher Seminar with Katja Aglert, 25 May 2022, 13:15-15:00!

    Archipelagic Rehearsals: Tema Genus Higher Seminar with Katja Aglert, 25 May 2022, 13:15-15:00!

    Join us on 25th May 2022 for this one of a kind event: Tema Genus Higher Seminar with independent artist and professor of art Katja Aglert, focused on “Archipelagic Rehearsals: Abstract as Score”! When: 25th May 2022, 13:15-15:00 Where: Room TEMCAS, Tema building, Campus Valla, Linköping University, SE. (see the map) Archipelagic Rehearsals – Abstract…

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  • Reclaiming Futures – Storying Change Festival: a brief visual report

    Reclaiming Futures – Storying Change Festival: a brief visual report

    Reclaiming Futures: Storying Change is a FORMAS research project that explores new forms of scientific communication and telling stories about the environment through the joint work of high school students, artists, curators and researchers.   Reclaiming Futures is a modus operandi, a way to take back the futures from the past settings still shaping the world to…

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  • ANIMA MUNDI – requiem for a vanishing

    ANIMA MUNDI is a 4-channel video installation and performance by gustaf broms BENHUSET (The Bone House), Stockholm March 11–27, 2022 12:00–20:00 daily.  “Being in a time and place, where identification with the thin membrane of skin, as container of self, is slowly dissolving, as borders between beings evaporate, the environment disintegrates into a myriad of…

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