Event: Curatorial Challenges International Conference Location: University of Copenhagen Date: 26-27 May 2016 Paper title: Living Archives: Artistic research approaches to mixed-reality curating Temi Odumosu, Maria Engberg and Susan Kozel will be presenting some of Living Archives approaches to mixed reality curating, at the Curatorial Challenges conference, organised by the… Continue reading
Archival Re-enactments Symposium 22-23 March 2016 @ Inter Arts Centre, Malmö (http://www.iac.lu.se/) This is an open invitation to attend a PERFORMANCE RESEARCH EVENT addressing archiving and memory, featuring work by Sasha Huber, Joan Laage, Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, and Lise Aagard Knudsen & Karen Eide Bøen. We will continue a dialogue initiated… Continue reading
“Re-enactments – Archival Performances” transposes the familiar poetic conundrum of how to separate the dancer from the dance: what if we choose not to separate the archive from its re-enactment? In collaboration with the AHA festival (Chalmers University, 2–4 November, 2015), the Living Archives group invites you to join the 24… Continue reading
The Data Thieves are landing! On October 20 at 16:00, Gaylene Gould and Gary Stewart will give a Medea Talk about the ideas and technologies behind the installation “Mission: Misplaced Memory”. The installation can be interacted with during lunch time on the same day, on the ground floor of Niagara,… Continue reading
Performing Archives was one week workshop, from the 28th of April to the 2nd of Maj 2014, hosted by the Living Archives in collaboration with the DAMA network. Performing Archives explored the notion of ethereal media in the context of augmented performances. Throughout the week, themes and concepts emerged around what it means to search for the perfect moment and how augmented reality can transform social performative settings.
Artistic Research in dance and augmented reality
The DAMA network is connecting students and teachers in dance and various disciplines of design and new media, from the Nordic and Baltic countries, in order to meet and do interdisciplinary practice-based artistic research together. Performing Archives is part of performance strand of Living Archives and a continuation of the AffeXity project. In Performing Archives, researchers and students worked together in a series of talks and workshops with the notion of cultural and personal archives. In addition, this was explored in conjunction with mobile augmented reality and social media applications as tools for content creation, prototyping and archiving. Continue reading