The role of Space in a Project
An ABC research Colloquia on the tangible terms of art
2018-04-23 at 15:00
2018-04-23 at 17:00
Date: Monday, April 23, NOTE! The conversation is held in Swedish.
Location: The Rotunda School of Economics, Sveavägen 65
Culture producer and agent Margareta Petersson talks with director Jonna Nordenskiöld and artist Jenny Wiklund about the importance of Space and Rooms when an artwork grows. Ordinary work organization, if there is any such thing, seems to be eliminated in an art context. Nevertheless, art supplies a variety of events at least as punctually as other industrial processes. But how do you cooperate; for example, what does the dramaturg and director have in common with the artist and the architect? How to develop into an artist? When, where, how do they start their way into the artistry? How do you get an idea of your idea or is the compromise a necessity for implementation? And why is the room so important in artistic processes? Do we forget the Room in other types of projects?
The architect, the dramaturg, the researcher and the director has the room in common; but what does it mean to them is the room necessary for the work, the work and its presentation?
About the participants:
Jonna Nordenskiöld is educated at the Dramatic Institute as a dramatist, director and author. Jonna Nordenskiöld's plays, often on their own, are played in theaters around Sweden and abroad, such as, for example, From Sammy with Love, Pippi Longstocking and The Tattooed Widow. She has received several awards and awards, including; Deutscher Kindertheaterpreis for Jonna Ponna! and the Swedish Theater Critics Association's Children's and Youth Theater Award. Jonna Nordenskiöld has also written children's books and plays for Sveriges Television.
Jenny Wiklund is an artist, architect and technology doctor in architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology. She disputed 2017 with the dissertation and exhibition Journal - Reconstruction of Body and Memory. The research project has been an interdisciplinary collaboration between five different scientific institutions - KTH, Akademiska sjukhuset i Uppsala, Uppsala University, Karolinska Institutet, Royal Institute of Fine Arts and Aarhus Architecture School and curator Jan Åman. The project was conducted on the subject of critical studies in architecture within the framework of an excellence at KTH.
Margareta Petersson has been affiliated with Stockholm University and New York University - Law, Film, Art and Theater Studies. She has worked widely in stage, program and exhibition activities, at Kulturhuset, Modern Dance Theater, the National Theater and Sweden's Radio. Since 2010 operating through own company as an agent (for dramatist / writer) and project manager / producer with contractors such as the Royal Academy and Bukowski. She was one of two project leaders who founded and initiated Stockholm Literature at the Modern Museum, 2013. Behind the idea and the book project GRANNAR that Novellix published in 2017.