Research Day IV with Iris Van der Tuin 20 March – program

The program for the Research Day IV Performance and Feminism with Iris Van der Tuin on March 20 is now published:

10-10.10. Auditorium 1. Opening and Welcome. Annette Arlander

10.10-11.30 Iris Van der Tuin: “Doing in feminist research in the algorithmic condition”

11.30-13.00

Pilvi Porkola:“Situated knowledges – Artistic research and feminism”

Hanna Järvinen:“Intersectional Histories, or Decolonize Your Canon.”

Tero Nauha: “Some feminist strategies of the Polish avant-garde”

Annette Arlander: “Revisiting the Rusty Ring – ecofeminism today?”

13.00-13.45 Lunch (at your own expense)

13.45-14.45 Room 525 moderator Hanna Järvinen

Tanja Tiekso:“Listening Batsheba”

Zhenya Mukha: “Documentary puppet performance as an attention-getting mechanism to the problem of LBT women in the North Caucasus of Russia.”

Katie Lee Dunbar:“And I still want to work in demolition – Classism from a femme queer feminist perspective”

(14.45-15.00 Coffee Break)

15.00-16.00 Room 525 moderator Pilvi Porkola

Kim Modig and Marina Valle Noronha: Performing professionalism: Why do we travel for art and what does it do to us?

Minna Harri: “How time shapes us, how we shape time”

Lim Paik Yin: In[formal] Interchange

(16.00-16.15 Coffee Break)

16.15-17.30 auditorium 1 moderator Tero Nauha

Elina Saloranta:“Correspondence with the past”

CRI (Teresa Albor, Lara Bufford, Moa Johansson):“CRI” (via skype)

Amble Skuse: “Balancing Act” (via skype)

Grace and Grace and Grace: “Louise” (via skype)

Louise Vind Nielsen: “Tongue reads Philomela”

17.30-18.00 Discussion, moderator Annette Arlander

The day is free and open for all, welcome! We would like you to register in advance, however. For updates and registration, se here https://www.uniarts.fi/tapahtumat/pe-01032019-1502/reseach-day-iv-performance-and-feminism

 

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Author: Annette Arlander

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