Performative Action – Reversing
Fernanda Branco, Artistic Research PhD fellow, Theatre Department.
Reversing is a performative action with guiding elements, offering modes of entering spaces. An embodiment practice exploring how to encounter places, while stitching verses of narrations.
How do we enter a place?
How do we begin?
How to open virtual and presential spaces?
How to inhabit places?
What does the space say?
Reversing is part of the series VERSES initiated during the Artistic Research PhD of Fernanda Branco at KHIO.
Welcome – Hospitality Vulnerability Vitality
Camille Norment, Prorector of research, KHiO
Panel discussions – Ethics x2, Merete Røstad, moderator. PhD, Associate Professor, Head of MFA Art and Public Space
How does ethical art practice translate into artistic research? Imagine that the highest expression of ethics is an aesthetic practice. It suggests that the quintessential core of any field of artistic practice is an art that captures an ethic beyond any literal statement of values. This advocate for a shift in emphasis, away from current juridical approaches to ethics (ethical codes or regulation), toward ethics as an aesthetic practice—away from ethics as a minimal requirement, toward ethics as an aspiration. In our panel discussions we will explore the notion of engaging with ethics seen from the perspective of artist researchers and those in supporting roles within artistic research at KHiO.
Panel 1: Community of Deans from the KHiO departments.
Panel 2: Community of Artistic Researchers from the KHiO departments.