Research Week 2013

Research Week 2013

Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm

David Larsson, Tom älvfåra nedströms–Gäddede kraftverk (detail), 2012. © David Larsson.
October 19, 2013
Research Week 2013

The Royal Institute of Art
Visiting address:
Flaggmansvägen 1
Skeppsholmen, Stockholm
Postal address:
Box 163 15
SE-103 26 Stockholm

T +46 0 8 614 40 00
F +46 0 8 679 86 26

Research Coordinator Åsa Andersson, [email protected] / T +46 8 614 40
Communications Manager Anne Joki Jakobsson, [email protected] / T +46 8 614 40 31

Dates: October 21–24
Location: The Royal Institute of Art at Skeppsholmen and Zita cinema in central Stockholm

During the week, we will focus on artistic research and development work relating to the contemporary fields of fine art and architecture. About 25 projects are presented in the form of lectures, performance, seminars, conversations with external guests, film screenings, an exhibition and book display.

Recently completed and some currently running artistic research and development projects are presented and discussed:

– Artistic development projects (projects aimed for the development of artistic research perspectives and which are run by teaching staff and students at the advanced level for a period of two years)
– Mejan Residents (one-year-long artistic research projects run by artists, architects and choreographers)

We also arrange two longer presentation and discussion blocks on the topics:
– “What does it mean to publish as an artist?”
– “Artistic processes in the archive”

The full programme can be downloaded from the Royal Institute of Art’s home page:

Alida Ivanov has been invited to follow all the presentations on the following blog address:

All the presentations are free of charge and open for all to attend!

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