Temporality and Dis-Location of Self
is an artistic research project, merging individual research and collective reflection. The project will be focused around a series of workshops and the results will be made public through a continuously updated blog and culminate in a publication that will be released in early 2014.
The participants are both Swedish and international and work in an experimental field between visual and performing arts. The objective of the project is to use collective reflection and exchange as a method for the participants to further their practice by developing individual traits and shared interest.
The reserach will be developed by the individual participants by defining strategies how to transform their practical experiences, knowledge and methods of work in both writing and exchange with the other participants.

In the contemporary economics the instrumentalization of direct results from research processes, whether in the field of art or education, has become mandatory. Given this context, the project is an attempt to define new and autonomous valorizing tools, aiming for a logic based on labor rather than display. The point of departure is a process of translation of our artistic practices to text, with the objective define possible positions of criticality. Critique here is not understood as resistance but rather a continuous movement of reflection.

Participants:
Johan Forsman
Tova Gerge
Rita Nettelstad
Sandrine Nicoletta
Aino Korvensyrjä
Tor Lindstrand
Iggy Malmborg
Per Hüttner
Anders Paulin

Temporality and Dis-Location of Self
is an artistic research project, merging individual research and collective reflection. The project will be focused around a series of workshops and the results will be made public through a continuously updated blog and culminate in a publication that will be released in early 2014.
The participants are both Swedish and international and work in an experimental field between visual and performing arts. The objective of the project is to use collective reflection and exchange as a method for the participants to further their practice by developing individual traits and shared interest.
The reserach will be developed by the individual participants by defining strategies how to transform their practical experiences, knowledge and methods of work in both writing and exchange with the other participants.

In the contemporary economics the instrumentalization of direct results from research processes, whether in the field of art or education, has become mandatory. Given this context, the project is an attempt to define new and autonomous valorizing tools, aiming for a logic based on labor rather than display. The point of departure is a process of translation of our artistic practices to text, with the objective define possible positions of criticality. Critique here is not understood as resistance but rather a continuous movement of reflection.

Participants:
Johan Forsman
Tova Gerge
Rita Nettelstad
Sandrine Nicoletta
Aino Korvensyrjä
Tor Lindstrand
Iggy Malmborg
Per Hüttner
Anders Paulin