Internationale Tagung «Revisiting Practice» — 21. — 23.10.2015 in Rom

Revisiting Practice
Istituto Svizzero di Roma vom 21. – 23. Oktober 2015

Am Istituto Svizzero di Roma wird vom 21. – 23. Oktober Fragen nach den Verbindungen und Zusammenhängen zwischen Kunst, Wissenschaft und Experimenten nachgegangen. Die Veranstaltung mit namhaften Referenten und Referentinnen aus der Kunst- und Wissenschaftsforschung ist öffentlich.

Flyer Englisch / Flyer Italienisch


Programm:

Wednesday, 21 October

14.30 WELCOME Michele Luminati (Director of the Swiss Institute in Rome)

14.45 INTRODUCTION Revisiting Practice: Arts, Sciences, and Experimentation Philippe Sormani (Swiss Institute in Rome), Guelfo Carbone (Swiss Institute in Rome) and Priska Gisler (Bern University of Arts)

PART I TRANSDISCIPLINARITY “Art/science” collaborations, challenging conventions?

15.15 Transdisciplinary experimentation and ontological change: an ethnography of art-science Georgina Born (University of Oxford)

16.15 Greetings from ComaClinicoHill. Incubating theory and practice – cross medial research? Bernd Kräftner (University of Applied Arts, Vienna)

18.00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Contemporary art: pluralized paradigm of boundary transgression Nathalie Heinich (EHESS, Paris)

Thursday, 22 October

PART II HYBRIDITY Practicing experimentation in “art/science” collaborations

10.00 Experimenting with practice. Fusing academia into arts-based education? Priska Gisler (Bern University of Arts)

11.00 Rhetorics of practice: The “method doctrine” and teaching early stage researchers across disciplines Mick Wilson (Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg)

12.30 Between Heterogeneity and Hybridity: Knowing and Living in an Arts-based Research Project Bernhard Böhm (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich)

15.00 The ecology of a cracked smile Fernando Dominguez Rubio (University of California, San Diego)

16.00 Artworks in and as practices: the relevance of details Yaël Kreplak (Labex Création, Art et Patrimoine – Centre Pompidou & Musée du Quai Branly, Paris)

17.15 The Art of (Seeing) Seeing: visual experiences as products of “experiments in miniature” Dirk vom Lehn (King’s College, London)

18.45 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Artistic images and the artful production of science: the hybridization of artistic and scientific practices Michael E. Lynch (Department of Science & Technology Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)

Friday, 23 October

PART III HEURISTICS “Art/science” experimentation and its ambivalent insights

10.00 Re-Enactment as Method: How to Overcome Programmed and Kinetic Art Obsolescence

Davide Fornari, Serena Cangiano, Azalea Seratoni (SUPSI, Canobbio)

11.00 Back to the future: Bogomir Ecker’s „Tropfsteinmaschine“ (1996) as a converter of time and authorship Johanne Mohs (Bern University of Arts)

12.30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Epistemics and aesthetics of experimentation: towards a hybrid heuristics?

Hans-Jörg Rheinberger (Max Planck Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin)

15.00 CLOSING REMARKS Priska Gisler (Bern University of Arts), Guelfo Carbone (ISR) and Philippe Sormani (ISR)

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