Join us on Tuesday 12th December 2023 at 15.00, in Drama Studio 8 (Room BR210, LSBU, 103 Borough Rd, SE1 0AA) for our research event with members of the Centre for Research in Artistic Practice under Contemporary Conditions at Aarhus University. They will present reflections on how they do research through and about practice, followed by a general discussion. All welcome.
Presenters include postdoc Maj Ørskov, postdoc Nicolas Malevé, postdoc Tobias Dias, PhD fellow Amalie Brandt (AU and Art Hub Copenhagen), PhD fellow Christina Varvia (AU, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, and Forensic Architecture), and Associate Professor Jacob Lund.
The Centre for Research in Artistic Practice under Contemporary Conditions explores the relationship between artistic practice and meaning-making and the socio-political reality in which art takes place and by which it is nourished. The purpose of the centre is to investigate how contemporary artistic practices create meaning in relation to the non-artistic societal reality in which they operate. A main focus is on exploring and describing how the very diverse practices and works we designate as “contemporary art” function as art, and on what qualifies them as artistic. https://cc.au.dk/en/apcc
Image: Nicolas Malevé, from Exhibiting ImageNet (https://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/whats-on/exhibiting-imagenet)