|Date and time: October 19-20, 2018
Venue: Estonian Academy of Arts, Põhja pst 7, room: A501
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe conference The Collaborative Turn in Art: The Research Process in Artistic Practice deals with artistic research, in particular the expanded understanding of this term and the questions raised by collaborative creative practices.The term and approach “artistic research” has been in active international use since the beginning of 2000. The first doctoral artistic research theses in the ‘Art and Design’ programme at the Estonian Academy of Arts were defended in 2011.
The term “creativity” tends to be connected with activity and practice that does not necessarily need previous knowledge, being derived from inspirational and non-rational processes. On the other hand, “research” is traditionally a form of ‘scientific activity’, a rational exploration of knowledge, which is based on previous information and wisdom. Today’s expanded understanding of the term “artistic research/practice” illustrates, however, that this situation has changed.
Collaborative research in science is standard practice, and collective work in design/production is common in the field of design. In contemporary visual art, however, collaborative creation has been traditionally rare, although fundamental changes can now be observed: artists are working in interdisciplinary teams, they commission parts of their projects from specialist fabricators, and the artworks are made at the crossroads of interrelating mediums, technologies and localities. The previously individualistic, introvert and heroic artist is replaced by the competent communicator, project manager or researcher, who is socially fluent in interaction with fabricators and the art audience.
The goal of the conference is to present and discuss the themes presented above and to sketch an up-to-date map of current research-based and collaborative creative practices in fine art.
Invited speakers: Pia Tikka, Arne Maasik, Tuula Närhinen, Jan Kaila, Varvara Guljajeva, Raul Keller, Taavet Jansen, Taavi Talve, Piibe Piirma, Andi Hektor, Chris Hales, Julijonas Urbonas and others.
Conference organizers: Raivo Kelomees, Chris Hales, Faculty of Fine Arts.
Requirements for student participation
The conference is opening a call for doctoral students to make a presentation and write an essay which is related to the aforementioned conference themes. Interested graduate students can apply to participate in the conference via e-mail (email@example.com) by 11th of October.
The working language of the seminar is English, and participation in the conference is free of charge.
Students who are not members of EKA are required to add a short CV to specify their education and research interests.
In order to obtain 1 ECTS credit points the student has to:
1. fully attend at least one day out of the two;
Student proposals will be evaluated by a panel consisting of the conference organisers and representatives of the doctoral school of the Estonian Academy of Arts, and chosen on the basis of the quality of the proposal and its relevance to the conference theme.
Friday, October 19, 2018
10.00 Welcome words by prof. Epp Lankots, Vice Rector for Research, Estonian Academy of Arts
10.10 Introduction and moderation: Raivo Kelomees (EAA)
10.25 Pia Tikka. Neurocinematics & Art-Science Collaboration
10.50 Piibe Piirma. Inter- and transdisciplinarity in artistic research
11.15 Chris Hales. From Tacit Knowledge to Academic Knowledge
11.35 Arne Maasik. On Geometry in Architecture of Louis Kahn
12.00 Lunch Break
13.00 Taavi Talve. Paldiski project, case study
13.30 Raul Keller. Process
14.00 Andi Hektor. What is a research paper?
14.30 BREAK (a tour in the building)
15.30 Tuula Närhinen. Phenomenotechnics in Visual Art Practice – a hands-on approach
16.00 Julijonas Urbonas. Gravitational Aesthetics and Exodisciplinary Art
16.30 Questions and discussion
Saturday, October 20, 2018
10.00 Morning coffee
10.20 Summary of the previous day and moderation: Dr Chris Hales
10.30 Varvara Guljajeva. From Interaction to Postparticipation: The Disappearing Role of the Active Participant
11.00 Malin Arnell. The Word for Research is Action – engaging a live dissertation.
11.30 Jan Kaila. 20 Years of Artistic Research – What has been lost and What has been found? (45 min)
12.20 Questions and discussion
12.30 Lunch Break (45 min)
13.15 Chris Hales. Creating and Running a Practice-led Doctorate in Latvia, 2009 – 2018
13.35 Marianne Jõgi. Spatio-temporal self-similarity in the creative process
14.00 Taavet Jansen. NEUROTHEATER as a interdisciplinary collaboration form: example from New Stage of Alexandrinsky Theatre
14.30 Break (15 min)
14.45 Doctoral students presentations ā 15 min each
14.45 Tze Yeung Ho
15.00 Rait Rosin
15.15 Hirohisa KOIKE
18.00 and later. Options in the city:
Koht/location: Sveta Baar (Telliskivi 62, Tallinn)
From 20 to 28 October, the passenger terminal of the Baltic railway station in Tallinn will host the VI Artishok Biennial (VI AB) which will use the format of a fashion exhibition. Starts 18.00
|This event is organised by the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, supported by the ASTRA project of the Estonian Academy of Arts – EKA LOOVKÄRG (European Union, European Regional Development Fund).|