Knowing in Performing
am 04.04.2018 09 30
Artistic research as it has emerged and evolved over the last three decades is related to an increasing interest in epistemological questions as well as an interrogation of how artistic practices constitutively support and instigate processes of knowledge creation. Art is thus being looked at both as an object and a medium of research, becoming part of a general discourse on knowledge regimes and research models.
The symposium will investigate this dynamic, ever-renewing field of interrelations with a special focus on the performing arts. Highlighting the issue of various implementation models in curricula and study programmes in higher arts education, it will critically analyse international institutional policies and facilitate an open debate on how to integrate current practices and discourses into future teaching and research structures.
Zeit & Ort der Veranstaltung
04.04. von 09:30 bis 18:00
Hauptgebäude, Bauteil C/Fanny Hensel-Saal
zum Lageplan in MDWonline
Keynotes: Georgina Born (University of Oxford) and Nicolas Donin (IRCAM, Paris)
Performative contributions by Martin Kaltenbrunner (University of Art and Design, Linz), Jörg Holkenbrink (University of Bremen) and Mieko Kanno (UniArts Helsinki)
Panel discussion with Cathleen Coessen (Orpheus Institute, Ghent), Mieko Kanno (UniArts, Helsinki), Giaco Schiesser (Zurich University of the Arts/SAR).