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Co-organising and presenting at seminar on "Deltagelseskultur: Event, aktivisme og urbane fællesskaber"

2017.09.20Kristine Samson is co-organising and Camilla Møhring Reestorff will give a talk at the seminar "Deltagelseskultur: Event, aktivisme og urbane fællesskaber" on September 21.-22. in Odense.

Kristine Samson: The Audio Paper - from intangible places to reflection and affective encounters

2017.09.20Kristine Samson gave a presentation along with Sanne Krogh Groth at the seminar "Out of Space - Erratic, ephemeral & emerging cultural practices in illegal, illegitimate or intangible locations” held at Copenhagen University on June 21.-22.

Kristine Samson: Introducing and debating "Citizen Jane"

2017.09.20Kristine Samson introduced the documentary "Citizen Jane" and engaged in debate around the film and its perspectives on architecture and urban living. It took place on August 1. at Cinemateket in Copenhagen. More information can be found here (NB: in Danish):

AIE affiliated artist and researcher Mogens Jacobsen teaching a machine how to listen and learn from a reading group.

Affect-o-Meeting workshop-seminar

2017.08.30Under the title Affect-o-Meeting, the international partner Immediations hosted a 4-day intensive workshop-seminar in Weimar (Germany) to explore concepts and develop digital tools related to alter-economics.

Two AIE panels at NECS 2017

2017.06.09Under the general heading Interfacial Modulations of Affect, the Affects, Interfaces, Events project group will facilitate and present at two panels during the NECS 2017 Conference in Paris, June 29. - July 1. Panel 1, July 1. 11:00-12:45: Jette Kofoed, Camilla Møhring Reestorff, Kristine Samson Panel 2, July 1. 13:00-14:45: Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen, Søren Rasmussen, Torsten Andreasen Link to the full program:

Show and tell: Event as Dissent

2017.06.09Seminar on April 6. and 7. that took place at multiple sites in Aarhus.

Krisitine Samson: Hvad skal kunsten kunne i det offentlige rum?

2017.03.01AICA inviterer til et åbent debatarrangement om kunsten i det offentlige rum. Efter hvilke kriterier skal den vurderes? Handler det om kunstværket i sig selv eller den måde, hvorpå det spiller sammen med det konkrete offentlige rum? Handler det om hvilke former for kunst, der får plads i det offentlige rum, og hvilke der ikke gør? Skal kunsten underbygge et steds identitet eller udfordre det? Og hvem er publikum for den offentlige kunst: os alle sammen eller en særlig målgruppe?I panelet er Kristine Samson (byforsker og lektor i performance design ved RUC), Lotte Lederballe (PhD-stidendiat i offentlig kunst ved Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen og Institut for Kunst- og Kulturvidenskab, KUA) og Matthias Borello (curator og kunstredaktør ved Moderator er Ditte Vilstrup Holm (AICA-bestyrelsesmedlem og PhD-stipendiat i offentlig kunst og deltagelse). Yderligere information:

Søren Rasmussen: Presentation at transmediale 2017

2017.02.10Under the heading 'Pattern Recognition and Machinic Data Analysis' Søren Rasmussen presented ongoing work from a three-day research workshop held in October 2016 in Brussels, organized by Aarhus University, Constant association for Art and Media, and transmediale. For more information:

The Voice Pump design project by Jonas Fritsch and Mogens Jacobsen

2017.02.10Voice Pump is an experimental air-pump interface for engaging with the affective qualities of non-native Danish speakers’ voices when reading Danish from a “Learn Danish” book. The project uses interactive means to stage different cultural encounters between people, stories and voices.

Kristine Samson: The places and paradoxes of participation

2017.01.26On January 26 Kristine Samson gave a talk at rum46. The talk discussed various places of participation. How is it linked to an empowerment of people and how participatory spaces are linked to spatial, aesthetical and social powers. Viewers or citizens are often encouraged to engage but an invitation is constructed by artists, curators, cultural institutions. So what is the space of participation, how does it model our engagement and what are the empowering infrastructures – economical, technical, political, spatial – when we are invited to participate. Through various examples from contemporary art and culture, the talk will discuss paradoxes of this phenomenon as a distributed but also often disguised power."

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Past events

Thu 30 Nov
10:00-18:00 | Rued Langgaards Vej 7, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
Affective Interfaces
Public seminar at IT University of Copenhagen.
Thu 06 Apr
11:00-10:50 | Aarhus, Denmark
Event as Dissent
Wed 05 Apr
10:15-19:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
Debatten om flygtninge
Mon 14 Mar
09:00-16:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
Affective Politics and the Interface of Culture Wars
Public Seminar on the Affective Politics and the Interface of Culture Wars. Talks by Camilla Møhring Reestorff, Jonas Fritsch, Søren Rasmussen, Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen, Richard Grusin, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.