VIS #10 – THEME: Circulating Practices

VIS issue 10 was published 20 October 2023. The theme is Circulating Practices. This issue presents six expositions, and a recorded conversation, that in their own way are discussing and challenging the circular, as a practice and method, as a model of collaboration, as a theme and as a symbol. Editors are Cecilia Roos and Gunhild Mathea Husvik-Olaussen.

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Fernanda Branco

evocations – towards a poetics of documentation

Every art documentation is an encounter with an artwork in displacement, both in time and space. Yet, the experience of being present in the moment a live art work unfolds is – inevitably – lost in documentation.

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Painting

Søren Kjærgaard, Torben Snekkestad

TRAVERSING SONIC TERRITORIES 

What happens when musicians improvising on acoustic instruments sample and exchange their sound libraries? How can such a transgression of sonic territories contribute to an expanded understanding of one’s own sonic identity?

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Halvcirkel

Per Roar, Camilla Graff Junior, Luisa Greenfield, Myna Trustram

Tracing Practices – questioning and circulating archives

Our exposition comes out of a conversation and explorative research process about the performative potential of archives, both publicly and personally, shaped by four different artistic mediums and practices in film, performance art, choreography and essay writing.

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En utsträckt arm som håller i en tekopp

Emma Cocker, Andrea Coyotzi Borja, Cordula Daus, Lena Séraphin, Vidha Saumya

TEXTORIUM: Collaborative Writing-Reading with/in Public Space

Textorium: Collaborative Writing-Reading with/in Public Space is a language-based artistic research project that explores collaborative score-based approaches to live, situated writing-reading practices, for attending to experiential aspects of situated embodiment with/in public space.

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Foto på offentlig byggnad

Chrysa Parkinson, Frank Bock, Andrew Hardwidge

A conversation about Studio Conversations

Filmed conversation between Gunhild Mathea Husvik-Olaussen, co-editor of issue #10, and Andrew Hardwidge, Chrysa Parkinson and Frank Bock, authors of Studio Conversations

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Fyra personer som samtalar