Past Events 2019

Kulturnatt: Pablo DeSoto – Resist as Forest: Cartography, Tech, and the Arts for New Forms of Planetary Caring

KULTURNATT 2019
“Resist as Forest: Cartography, Tech, and the Arts for New Forms of Planetary Caring”
Talk by Pablo DeSoto
Free admission

Introduction by Hanna Musiol (NTNU ARTEC & NTNU EnvHum)
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“To be able to resist we must become forest – and resist as forest. Like a forest that knows that it carries the ruins, that carries with it both what is and what is no longer. It seems to me that it is this political-affective feeling that we need to shape to make sense of our action.”
– Eliane Brum, Rainforest Journalism Fund meeting, Manaus, Brazil (12/7/2019)

With the Amazon converted into the central battlefield of the planetary struggles, what institutional and affective communities could constitute as forms of opposition to the new extractive regimes? How to readapt the politics of friendship in the face of the violence of these regimes? How can the Norwegian support for the Amazon Fund be reframed as a response to Bolsonaro? How can the same European countries further decolonize their politics? Pablo DeSoto will talk about how art, radical cartographies, and technology can become fundamental tools in the making of new alliances for the planet.
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Pablo DeSoto, PhD, a Visiting Professor of Architecture at Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil, is an award-winning experimental architect, multidisciplinary artist, radical cartographer, scholar and an educator with an iconoclastic experience across geographical and disciplinary borders. He holds a MA degree in Architecture and a PhD in Communication and Culture. DeSoto is a co-founder of hackitectura, a collective of architects, computer specialists, and activists, pioneering emancipatory uses of hardware, software and the internet, and he is a recipient of LAB_JovenExperimenta, LAB_Cyberspaces and Elinor Ostrom awards. DeSoto is also the editor of Fadaiat: Freedom of movement, freedom of knowledge, Situation Room: Designing a Prototype of a Citizen Situation Room and After.Video: Assemblages, and a co-author of The Critical Cartography of the Straits of Gibraltar exhibited worldwide. http://pablodesoto.org 

The talk is organized in collaboration with NTNU ARTEC and Pia Arke’s retrospective exhibition “Wonderland” at Kunsthall Trondheim.

https://www.ntnu.edu/artec
https://kunsthalltrondheim.no/utstillinger/pia-arke/?lang=en
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Artist talk: Nelly Ben Hayoun - I AM A MONSTER

I AM A MONSTER

When sep 10, 2019 Time 2:00 PM

As she just returned from travelling to four continents and beyond 14 cities in one month with the hope of bringing back the origin of knowledge in her suitcase, the Willy Wonka of Design and Science-Dr. Ben Hayoun- will stop by at ARTEC to share some of the mysteries behind her practice and production of the impossible. Somewhat of an alien, a little homo-sapien and a real dreamer, Dr. Ben Hayoun, a WIRED Innovation fellow, activist, designer of experiences and the world's best speaker according to the Drum, is not one to shy away from any challenges. Come, get a jolt of power packed energy and join her in a rollercoaster of 'monstrous' large-scale projects.

You will hear about astronauts playing music with The International Space Orchestra; asteroids impacting the earth with Disaster Playground, extreme forms of life on our planet and beyond with Space Viking and finally tuition-free universities under nightclubs with the University of the Underground. Dr. Ben Hayoun will also present some behind the scenes of her latest project 'I am (not) a Monster'  an impossible pursuit- looking for the origins, mechanics and power dynamics behind knowledge.

Seminar Series: Mobilized Humanities, Technology, & Art

NTNU ARTEC SEMINAR SERIES presents 

 “Mobilized Humanities, Technology, & Art”

with  

Alex Gil (Columbia University), Roopika Risam (Salem State University),

& Pablo DeSoto (Federal University of Paraíba & 2019 NTNU ARTEC AiR)

Day 1: Monday, Sept. 2, 12.10-14.00, Dragvoll, D2 

Introduction by Andrew Perkis (IES/ IE, NTNU ARTEC) & Hanna Musiol (NTNU ARTEC, ISL/HF)

“Reinventing the Digital Cultural Record: Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory and Praxis,” Roopika Risam

“On Hardening the Rims: Minimal Computing and Technological Disobedience on the Margins of History,” Alex Gil

“Digital Humanities Just in Time: Rapid Response Research and the Case of Torn Apart/Separados,” Alex Gil & Roopika Risam

Q&A

Tuesday, Sept. 3, 13.00-16.30: EGGS Design, Nordre Berggate 2 / Entrance from Kirkegata 

Introduction by NTNU ARTEC & EGGS Design

“hackitectura net: Radical Cartography and “Space of Flows” Experimental Architectures,” Pablo DeSoto

Q&A

 Lighting shorts, Roopika Risam, Alex Gil, Pablo DeSoto

Free lunch + Discussion

14.30: Workshops with Pablo DeSoto, Roopika Risam, & Alex Gil

Closing remarks

Events are free and open to the public

(Tuesday workshops @ 14.30 require registration at vildebor@stud.ntnu.no)

The Seminar Series is organized by NTNU ARTEC and supported by EGGS Design with assistance from Vilde Borgan and Shreejay Shrestha.

 

About Speakers

Alex Gil is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University Libraries. He collaborates with faculty, students and library professionals leveraging computational and network technologies in humanities research, pedagogy and knowledge production. He is among the founders of several ongoing, warmly received initiatives where he currently plays leadership roles: Co-director of the Studio@Butler at Columbia University, a tech-light library innovation space focused on digital scholarship and pedagogy; co-founder and moderator of Columbia’s Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities, a vibrant trans-disciplinary research cluster focused on experimental humanities; senior editor of sx archipelagos, a journal of Caribbean Digital Studies, and co-wrangler of The Caribbean Digital conference series. He is also founder and former chair of Global Outlook::Digital Humanities. Current projects include Ed, a digital platform for minimal editions of literary texts; Aimé Césaire and The Broken Record, a minimal computing experiment in long-form digital scholarship; and, In The Same Boats, a visualization of trans-Atlantic intersections of black intellectuals in the 20th century; and most recently, the nimble tent intervention, Torn Apart/Separados.

Roopika Risam is assistant professor of English at Salem State University. Her research focuses on the intersections of postcolonial and African diaspora studies, humanities knowledge infrastructures, digital humanities, and new media. She is the author of New Digital Worlds: Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory, Praxis, and Pedagogy (Northwestern University Press, 2018) and co-editor of two forthcoming volumes: Intersectionality in Digital Humanities (Arc Humanities Press) and The Digital Black Atlantic (Debates in the Digital Humanities Series, University of Minnesota Press). Risam also co-directs several digital humanities projects including Reviews in Digital Humanities, a peer reviewed journal for digital scholarship, and Reanimate, an intersectional feminist digital publishing collective. 

Pablo DeSoto, PhD, a Visiting Professor of Architecture at Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil, is an award-winning experimental architect, multidisciplinary artist, radical cartographer, scholar and an educator with an iconoclastic experience across geographical and disciplinary borders. He holds a MA degree in Architecture and a PhD in Communication and Culture. DeSoto is a co-founder of hackitectura, a collective of architects, computer specialists, and activists, pioneering emancipatory uses of hardware, software and the internet, and he is a recipient of LAB_JovenExperimenta, LAB_Cyberspaces and Elinor Ostrom awards. DeSoto is also the editor of Fadaiat: Freedom of movement, freedom of knowledge, Situation Room: Designing a Prototype of a Citizen Situation Room and After.Video: Assemblages, and a co-author of The Critical Cartography of the Straits of Gibraltar exhibited worldwide. http://pablodesoto.org

NTNU Oceans and the Humanities Plenary / Oceans Week

NTNU ARTEC and the Environmental Humanities Research group invite scholars from across the Faculties  to join us for conversations about the humanities contributions to NTNU Oceans  during the “Other Voices, Other Stories” plenary, May 6 @  13.00 / NTNU Oceans Week

We will be joined by Siri Granum Carson, the leader of HAVANSVAR, Dagfinn Døhl Dybvig, the innovation leader at HF, and Ursula Munster, the Director of the Environmental Humanities School at UiO

Full program 

 

Registration

Student registration for May 6 ends on Saturday!

Free registration: Det er gratis for studenter å delta på Ocean Week on May 8,  meld deg på her. Påmeldingen er bindende.

 

Registration with breakfast& lunch: Dersom du ønsker lunch buffet en av dagene (300kr) må du kjøpe studentbillett.

 

Venue Location

Hotel: Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim

Address: Kjøpmannsgata 73, 7010 Trondheim

Artistic research presentation

NTNU ARTEC is pleased to invite you to an artistic research presentation and discussion on 13 February 10.30 - 12.00 at Dragvoll, building 3, room 106.

An Archive of the North artists researchers, Lena Gudd & Antonin Pons Braley  and NTNU ARTEC artist-in-residence, dr. Alex Murray Lesley will present their work. Q & A will follow. 

 

About the participants: 

An Archive of Norths artists and researchers Lena Gudd & Antonin Pons Braley explore the multilayered relationship between human beings and their milieu in Polar and Circumpolar regions. Driven by a holistic approach, they notably draw on their ongoing study of the Canadian mining town Fermont to compose “Banlieue Nord”, a collection of documents and objects that together map, between narration and documentation, a poetic landscape of inner and outer Norths. While archives usually are institutional matters, An Archive of Norths acts as a subjective laboratory of the duo's research-creation. Pons Braley and Gudd are associate researchers at Imaginary North, the International Laboratory of Compared Multidisciplinary Studies of the Representations of North, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada.

Dr. Alexandra Murray-Leslie is a poly-artist researcher, performer, and co-founder of the international art collective Chicks on Speed. Her current artistic research& practice explores art-science collaboration & designing, fabricating& performing computer enhanced footwear for a new theatrical, audiovisual expressivity of the feet. Alex’s work has been discussed in books such as Creating Artscience Collaboration (2019), Explorations in Art & Technology (2018), Akward Politics (2017) as well as periodicals such as New Yorker, The Wire, Art Forum, Financial Times, & New York Times. Her work has been shown in major biennales, festivals and art institutes, Ars Electronica, ZKM Centre for Art and Media, 56th & 57 Venice Biennale, MoMA NY, Centre Pompidou, Museum of Modern Art Australia, Turner Prize Tate Britian, ArtScience Gallery Dublin& Singapore. 

Spectral Landscapes: Senses, Archives, Cocreation

NTNU ARTEC Seminar and Workshop

with Lena Gudd & Antonin Pons Braley (An Archive of Norths)

& Dr. Alex Murray-Leslie& Ada Hoel 

Thursday, February 14, 8:30-15:00

Kunsthall Trondheim

Spectral Landscapes 2p flyer.pdf 

 

8.30: Coffee 

9.00: Introduction by Hanna Musiol (ISL/ NTNU ARTEC)

9.10: An Archive of Norths, a performance presentation by Lena Gudd & Antonin Pons Braley  

10.30: A tour of A Generative Archive 

11.15: “David Bowie is haunting me: ANALOGIC strategies in digital dark ages,” a performance lecture by Dr. Alexandra Murray-Leslie and real-time acoustic research  collaboration with Ada Hoel and NTNU Trondheim Academy of art students.

12.00:  Lunch break

13.00: Workshop + Reflection 

The event is free and all are welcome to attend! Refreshments will be served. 

 

NTNU ARTEC and Kunsthall Trondheim are pleased to invite you to Spectral Landscapes a day-long exploration of textual, visual, and sonic landscapes. It draws from reflections about the role of literate and visual arts and sound in the making of space and archives developed in Musiol’s Ghosts, Memories, Landscapes (ISL/ HF NTNU) in conversation with A Generative Archive (Raphaël Grisey and Bouba Touré) currently on view at Kunsthall. The event features talks, performances, QAs, and collaborative workshops with artists and researchers, Lena Gudd, Antonin Pons Braley, Dr. Alex Murray-Leslie, & Ada Hoel. 

About the artists: 

An Archive of Norths artists and researchers Lena Gudd & Antonin Pons Braley explore the multilayered relationship between human beings and their milieu in Polar and Circumpolar regions. Driven by a holistic approach, they notably draw on their ongoing study of the Canadian mining town Fermont to compose “Banlieue Nord”, a collection of documents and objects that together map, between narration and documentation, a poetic landscape of inner and outer Norths. While archives usually are institutional matters, An Archive of Norths acts as a subjective laboratory of the duo's research-creation. Pons Braley and Gudd are associate researchers at Imaginary North, the International Laboratory of Compared Multidisciplinary Studies of the Representations of North, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada.

Dr. Alexandra Murray-Leslie is a poly-artist researcher, performer, and co-founder of the international art collective Chicks on Speed. Her current artistic research& practice explores art-science collaboration & designing, fabricating& performing computer enhanced footwear for a new theatrical, audiovisual expressivity of the feet. Alex’s work has been discussed in books such as Creating Artscience Collaboration (2019), Explorations in Art & Technology (2018), Akward Politics (2017) as well as periodicals such as New Yorker, The Wire, Art Forum, Financial Times, & New York Times. Her work has been shown in major biennales, festivals and art institutes, Ars Electronica, ZKM Centre for Art and Media, 56th & 57 Venice Biennale, MoMA NY, Centre Pompidou, Museum of Modern Art Australia, Turner Prize Tate Britian, ArtScience Gallery Dublin& Singapore. 

Ada Hoel is a Norwegian noise performer and producer, and an MA student in the Music Technology program at NTNU. She researches cross-adaptive processing as a production and composition tool, creates software, and processes vocal, acoustic and electric bass, drum, synthetic sounds and field recordings.

Past Events 2018

NTNU ARTEC SEMINAR SERIES with Lisa Dush

NTNU ARTEC is thrilled to invite you to public digital humanities / digital storytelling, & writing with technology events with Lisa Dush, DePaul University, Chicago

on Friday, October 26 / Dragvoll Library / videoconferencing room

 

10.00-11.00: “Digital Storytelling: Participatory Media Projects for Education, Advocacy, and Research,” 

a short public talk, followed by Q&A [refreshments will be served]

 

12.15-14.00: “Multimodal Writing and Approaches to Mixed-Media Literature,”

a practical workshop for students, scholars, researchers, educators 

[space is limited, so interested participants should email hanna.musiol@ntnu.no to register / request materials)

 

About Lisa Dush: Lisa Dush, a scholar of digital storytelling, digital service-learning pedagogy, and the theory and practice of writing in the digital age, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse at DePaul University in Chicago, USA.  She serves as the Director of DePaul’s Master’s program in Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse, is a member of the advisory board for DePaul’s digital humanities center, StudioCHI, and also serves on the board of the Coalition for Community Writing, a national organization with a mission to advance community-based writing initiatives. Before coming to DePaul, Dush taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Northeastern University.

Workshop with Tiziana Bertoncini and Thomas Lehn

Thomas Lehn og Tiziana Bertoncini has a duo that has been in existence since 2002. Their music is a meeting between Tiziana's acoustic violin, an instrument that has existed more or less as we know it since the 16th century, and Thomas' EMS VCS3, a synthesizer developed by Peter Zinovieff in 1969. Their music is forward-looking when it comes to the sounds they used, but it's also at the same time classical and timeless in that they use the same principles of music-making that has been used for hundreds of years: tension/release, consonance/dissonance, stasis/eruptions, movement/stillness. In this workshop Tiziana and Thomas will discuss and demonstrate strategies for improvisation with instruments that are so unlike: one with strings, horsehair and resin, and the other with oscillators, potentiometers and filters. In addition Thomas will tell us about the synth he uses, and show some of the properties that makes it such a flexible and legendary instrument. See video

 

 The workshop is presented in cooperation with Fri resonant, a festival being held at Kunsthall Trondheim on Friday the 5th of October and Saturday the 6th. The festival presents music that exists in the outskirts of, and in between, established genres. Bertoncini and Lehn will perform at the festival on the same day as the workshop is being held.

Welcome to the Wasteocene

 

NTNU ARTEC

is thrilled to invited you to a talk by

Marco Armiero

Director of the Environmental Humanities Lab at KTH, Stockholm

"Welcome to the Wasteocene”

Introduction by Hanna Musiol, ISL, NTNU

When: September 14, 18.00-19.30

Where: Kunsthall Trondheim, the Rivers of Emotion, Bodies of Ore exhibit

 

"Welcome to the Wasteocene” opens the fall ARTEC Seminar Series devoted to the humanities, technology, ecology, and the arts. The event is free and open to the public!

 

 

About Marco Armiero: ​Armiero, the Director of the Environmental Humanities Laboratory and the founder of ToxicBios, an archive of personal stories of contamination and resistance at the KTH / Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, is one of the most recognized environmental historians and environmental humanities scholars. His research focuses on toxic waste, migrations and environment, and climate change, the city, science, and power in ecological conflicts, and he works on environmental justice at global, local, and transnational scales. Armiero is the author of numerous articles, chapters, and books, including A Rugged Nation: Mountains and the Making of Modern Italy, and a (co)editor of groundbreaking Environmental History of Modern Migrations, Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene, and Teresa e le altre. Storie di donne nelle Terra dei Fuochi, and A History of Environmentalism: Local Struggles, Global Histories. He serves as a senior editor of Capitalism Nature Socialism (T&F) and an associate editor of Environmental Humanities (Duke UP). At KTH, he leads the Occupy Climate Change! project researching grassroots innovations in New York, Istanbul, Rio, Stockholm, and Naples.

Fictionary

Want to play Fictionary with your friends and get some pizza and drinks for free? If yes, then come join us this Friday to play with Tappetina.   We are conducting a study to examine the relation between one's ability to empathize (how well you can walk in others' shoes) and how good a storyteller one is.  We would like to invite you to experience the game and enjoy delicious pizza on Friday 20th April at meeting room in IT-Bygget (122). 

TAPPETINA Letizia, Javier and Kshitij

THE TEMPORARY LABORATORY // Meta.Morf 2018 – Exhibition

Gallery KIT – Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, March 12 – 25, 2018

About: The exhibition THE TEMPORARY LABORATORY at Gallery KIT – Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, presents the Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art. The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art collects the most comprehensive knowledge and documentation of media arts in Norway, in terms of history, artistic activities, artists, and the development of the field. The Temporary Laboratory exhibition relates to the Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art with a contextual ...contribution to the collection. The exhibition centers on Trondheim and the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art as a locality and timeline in order to bring out specific events, individuals, and practices connected to the history of digital art and culture in Norway.  Visitors to the exhibition will encounter a display of audiovisual works, objects, mind maps, and additional printed material which intend to activate and reflect on parts of the collection of printed publications. The exhibition focusses on certain periods and modes of artistic production coming out of Trondheim. The establishment of the Intermedia department within the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art in the early 90s opened up an important arena for both students and professors engaged in a media-based art practice, which is exemplified by a display of older and more current works. Posters, objects and video coming from the Klubb Kanin event series of sound and performance art which has been running since 1997 bring to the foreground the avant-garde and post avant-gardist currents in Trondheim’s cultural underground.  The year 1997 also features prominently within the exhibition through Screens, a project developed for the city of Trondheim’s 1000th year anniversary celebrations. Visual and text archival material generated from the city-wide event reappraises the ways in which the screen becomes a consideration in the production of art, either as a medium, interface, a tool or a reference. During the exhibition, invited curators acting as tour guides will activate sections of the Temporary Library, by making selections from the publications and offering their subjective interpretations of the printed publications and other material displayed in Gallery KiT.
Artist and choreographer Amanda Steggell will be the first tour guide during the opening of the Temporary Laboratory exhibition, who will performatively map out the Temporary Library collection.
 

 

Experimental Publishing and Archiving: Neural Magazine and Temporary Libraries

14.03.2018 - 19:00 to 20:30

Kunstakademiet i Trondheim, Innherredsveien 7

Neural magazine has been published in the las 25 years, and it has incorporated since its birth experiments in graphic design, artists’ interventions and distribution tactics into its own scalable economy. A brief history of specific cases will show how technologies can be critically integrated into the printed page and how the involvement of artists can enlighten new strategies, bridging the traditional infrastructure of publishing with the infinite world of digital.

Archiving these practices is essential, too. Inspired by the historical experiments in ‘mobile libraries’ (or ‘bookmobiles’), there are two models of alternative models of libraries, we’ve been testing in the last few years. The first is the ‘distributed library’, integrating relevant small/private collections of specialised knowledge accumulated elsewhere, possibly at some point joining the traditional library system without structurally intervene in it. The second is the creation of a few ‘temporary libraries’ to fill specific knowledge needs during cultural events, becoming then permanent resources in referential libraries, when the event ends, but also potentially keeping a ‘mobile’ feature, combining preservation and mobility issues.

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Alessandro Ludovico is a researcher, artist and chief editor of Neural magazine since 1993. He received his PhD degree in English and Media from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK). He is Associate Professor at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton and Lecturer at Parsons Paris – The New School. He has published and edited several books, including the widely read Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894, and has lectured worldwide. He also served as an advisor for the Documenta 12’s Magazine Project. He is is one of the authors of the award-winning Hacking Monopolism trilogy of artworks (Google Will Eat Itself, Amazon Noir, Face to Facebook). Currently Alessandro is part of the research group AMT (Archeologies of Media and Technology) at the Winchester School of Art.

Alessandro's lecture takes place within the frame of The Temporary Laboratory of Norwegian Media Art, an exhibition that accompanies the Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art collection presented during the Metamorf Biennale for Art & Technology, March 8 - May 6, 2018. The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art collects the most comprehensive knowledge and documentation of media arts in Norway, in terms of history, artistic activities, artists, and the development of the field. 

Financial support provided by ARTEC

Games, Culture, and Science for Boys and Girls

The event is partly sponsored by NTNU ARTEC, Trondheim Kommune,  Gunnerus Library, and IDI NTNU. It t will be organized as an International Conference for teenagers. Parents and educators also welcome. It will offer dissemination speeches about science and culture by International researchers and artists from Japan and Europe and NTNU professors and Master students; practical activities in which the teen agers will try state of the art games and experience developed by the researchers and artists.

The event will go on in English, so the prerequisite is to master the English language.

 

NOVELICA: Fostering positive feelings towards mathematics by games - Lecture by Nobumitsu SHIKINE

Nobumitsu SHIKINE from the Entertainment Computing Lab (Japan), lead by professor Junichi HOSHINO, is visiting NTNU ARTEC and IDI. 

Shikine will give a lecture and demonstrate his NOVELICA tool. NOVELICA is a game to make people forget their negative feelings on mathematics.

NOVELICA's main advantage is making easier to do pacing in a lesson.

This research is also led by professor Toshimasa YAMANAKA (Kansei Science Lab)

The lecture will last 45 minutes including questions and answers.

More information

The lecture is sponsored by NTNU ARTEC

An Explosion That Needed an Architecture: Issues in Data Visualization

06.02.2018 - 16:00 to 18:00
Kunstarken, Industribygget 

Visualization of data

What does information look like? And why does it matter? Data visualization has quickly become one of the dominant ways we see the world, ranging from personal calendars to planetary futures. It is widely seen as a key to innovation, but many of the basic forms we rely on predate modern theories of information — sometimes by centuries. In this talk, Ted Byfield discusses concrete examples across a range of fields — opinion polls, molecular biology, oceanic cartography, and the social science — to untangle conflicting ways of seeing data. He shows how conventional ‘best-practices’ approaches, far from advancing our understanding of complex issues, have often hindered our ability to recognize the implications of rising tides of data.

Ted Byfield is a New York–based independent writer and researcher. For thirty years he has worked internationally across the fields of art, activism, design, education, publishing, and new technologies — as an artist, director, advisor, organizer, and editor — with a wide range of civil society entities, foundations, and academic and public-interest entities. For a decade and a half he served on the faculty of the New School / Parsons School of Design, where his research focused on transparency issues in academic governance. More recently, he co-founded the Open Syllabus Project, a growing research network dedicated to transforming university-level syllabi into a large-scale resource for quantitative and qualitative analysis. He is currently writing a cultural history of images of information (forthcoming, Bloomsbury Academic, 2019).

Minimalen Short Film Festival

Spætt Film AS invite you to take part in our open screening during «Minimalen Short Film Festival 2018» in Adressaparken the 26th of January.

There will be two screening sessions:

17:00-18:00 - Short films for children

21:00 -22:00 - Short films for adults

This event has been held twice before with great success!

You’re most welcome!

Lot of people attending a film exhibition outdoor

Past Events 2017

Mennesket mellom ”dyr” og roboter

Uit Digitial Humanities Conference 2017

NTNU Kveld with Artec

Artist Talk about the New Art Installation in Adressaparken

Workshop with Wayne Siegel

14 November, DansIT.

Workshop about motion tracking and music with the American composer Wayne Siegel.

Wayne Siegel

Artist Talk with Wayne Siegel

13 November, Kunsthall Trondheim.

Artist talk with the American composer Wayne Siegel, known among other things for his work with live-electronics, interactive dance and multimedia composition.

Wayne Siegel

DARIAH Central European Hub Meeting

10 November, Budapest.

Workshop about local/regional cooperation, the institutional systems, good practices, cooperation opportunities across borders and the benefits of the international infrastructure. 

Technology and Emotions

Crossadaptive Seminar

2-3 November, Olavskvartalet.

The seminar will include concerts, presentations and talks from leading international researchers/artists. 

DARIAH Innovation Forum

November, Århus   

Artist Talk about the New Art Installation in Adressaparken

DARIAH Nordic Hub Meeting

23-24 October, Trondheim.

Meeting between the Nordic members of DARIAH to discuss further collaboration, opened by a session with scientific talks.

Artist Talk about the New Art Installation in Adressaparken

Tappetina Folkebiblioteket

12-13 October, Folkebiblioteket.

Course on art and code for girls about how to develop interactive games.

Nordic Edge

26-28 September.

Transdisciplinary Imaginatio: Praxis for Ecological Futures

12 September, NTNU Dragvoll.

Seminar with Krista Caballero, Director of the Design Cultures & Creativity program at the University of Maryland in College Park.

Artist Talk about the New Art Installation in Adressaparken

24 August, Trondheim Kunsthall.

Hannah Mjølsnes and Mike Leisz presented their art installation Current.

Abstract painting in shades of blue

ARTEC