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  • Against the Delivery : European Artistic Research Network | Gradcam
    conceptually and methodologically etc We welcome submission of any forms of art works that embody the theme of the exhibition and explore the process of making in artworks as a result or and a process of research Everyone is welcome to join the installation day prior to the session date to be confirmed to explore each other s inner dialogue and material translation in a more tangible way During the one hour discussion session which will take the form of old school studio critique all participating artists will walk around the exhibition space and share their thoughts about the theme in relation to the art works and artists themselves Session 4 Circulation Part 2 The Artwork in the World This session conceived as a counterpart to Circulation Part 1 Inner Dialogue and Material Transformation will explore considerations of the artwork in the world When does the artworld finish and the world begin We would like people to submit proposals for a short workshop intervention activity practical exercise relating to this question Session 5 Beyond and Before Words The Inexpressible and the Limits of Language Children use words before they have a clear understanding of their meaning They try them out make mistakes They experiment Paul Feyerabend argues that ambiguity is necessary for language to do something new He argues that it is necessary to progress knowledge That new ideas require a future language which must invent new terms and deploy them before they are clearly understood or defined and before they acquire any supporting conceptual apparatus Practice based research gives rise to questions regarding the nature of knowledge and how such practice and research is situated within it What is the relationship between process and knowledge How does such a practice engage with the apparent paradox of a pursuit of knowledge through the unknowable and inexpressible This is an invitation to participate in a conversation on the theme above with an artwork a line of reasoning a declaration action or other contribution Evening event Totally Against Delivery Encounters I Encounters is an invitation to respond to the conference title Against Delivery through readings performance moving image installation or other live forms The Encounters sessions are envisaged as an open space where the audience is encouraged to move freely between the presentations artworks or events As well as programmed participation there will also be space for impromptu participation in an open mic format Staged at the end of each day Encounters will offer time for reflection and un structured discussion as well as an opportunity to continue to challenge the notion of delivery or against delivery through an engagement with practice based research as event Day Two Against Delivery Imag in ing Change Session 7 Landscape Encounters and Transformations Sensing landscape materials traces images Finding ways of experiencing a site through sight touch smell taste and other forms of engagement The session is seeking different methods of encountering the environment by considering diverse material and sensorial modes of connection We encourage

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  • Diagrams Symposium | Gradcam
    can provide artists with a way of creating narratives about the material process of production of their work and how this can offer a means for structuring documentation and dissemination via 1 The symposium will also consider the diagram post Foucault as a critical theory approach that can be applied to thinking about the display of data in the digital age In its display of the non discursive elements of archives Foucault s diagram prompts the subject s recognition of internal objects that resist linguistic expression This encounter between the subject and the diagram re constitutes the subject as one aware of the different narratives of enactment of self reflexive thought The diagram presents the combinatorial potential for modes of thinking about the internal relations of elements It offers a computational logic producing combinations that situate the subject within alternative perspectives on the multiple surfaces inscribed with elements of data A group show of newly commissioned diagrams will be on exhibition at Dublin Pallas Projects 10 9 15 19 9 15 and at Belfast QSS Gallery 1 10 15 14 11 15 A film diagram will be screened in Belfast Oct date tbc Innocence Unprotected Dûsan Makavejev Yugoslavia 1968 plays with the representation of early Serbian archive footage These diagrams provide the context for the symposium presentations to discuss how the encounter with diagrams can create the narratives for the enactment of subjectivity Mark Garcia is a researcher author and editor and is currently Senior Lecturer in Histories Theories Futures in the Department of Architecture and Landscape at the University of Greenwich London Mark is currently researching editing and 2 writing The Diagrams of Architecture Volume II The Future Diagrams of Space and a book about the architectural and urban design of Anti Gravity Architectures and The Spaceship Mike Aling is a senior lecturer at the University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape where he is Design Co ordinator of the MArch Architecture programme He co runs MArch Unit 15 a postgraduate design unit specializing in the use of film and animation to propose architectural concepts and interventions Mark and Mike will co present a paper discussing digital diagrams as tools for networking relations Bridget Crone is a curator a writer on artists moving image a convener of the experimental film discussion programme at the Arnolfini Bristol and a teacher of The Curatorial a course at Goldsmiths Department of Visual Cultures Bridget will speak about how the diagram can describe the staged encounter with the moving image She will draw on her recent project that involved editing the collection of essays The Sensible Stage Staging and the Moving Image Cornerhouse Books 2012 Marina Gržinić is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy at the ZRC SAZU Scientific and Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Art in Ljubljana Slovenia She is also a Professor at The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna Austria Marina s diagrams will trace the shift in the political context of film production

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  • Digital Studies Seminar with Bernard Stiegler May 20th 2015 | Gradcam
    Audiovisuel and then Director General at the Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique Musique IRCAM Stiegler has published widely on philosophy technology digitization capitalism and consumer culture Among his writings are his three volumes of La Technique et Le Temps English Translation Technics and Time Acting out translated by David Barison Daniel Ross and Patrick Crogan Stanford University Press 2009 two volumes of De La Misère Symbolique three volumes of Mécréance et Discrédit and two volumes Constituer l Europe are particularly well known Professor Stiegler has a long term engagement with the relation between technology and philosophy not only in a theoretical sense but also situating them in industry and society as practices He is one of the founders of the political group Ars Industrialis based in Paris which calls for an industrial politics of spirit by exploring the possibilities of the technology of spirit to bring forth a new life of the mind He published extensively on the problem of individuation in consumer capitalism and he is working on the new possibility of an economy of contribution His most recent publications in English include The Lost Spirit of Capitalism Disbelief and Discredit 3 Cambridge Polity Press The Re Enchantment of the World The Value of Spirit Against Industrial Populism London and New York Bloomsbury Symbolic Misery Volume 1 The Hyper Industrial Epoch Cambridge Polity Press all in 2014 and this year States of Shock Stupidity and Knowledge in the 21st Century Cambridge Polity Press 2015 Digital Studies is a seminar series that meets fortnightly at the new DIT campus at Grangegorman It is supported by GradCAM Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media and is open to participation from students and staff from any university as well as industrial practitioners For the first semester of 2014 15 the seminar

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  • European Society of Aesthetics June 2015 (Dublin) | Gradcam
    the ESA Conference 2015 The conference will be co organised by the ESA and The School of Art Design and Printing and The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media GradCAM of Dublin Institute of Technology and will take place in Dublin from the 11th until the 13th of June 2015 Keynote speakers Paul Crowther National University of Ireland Galway Carole Talon Hugon Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis France Francisca Pérez Carreño Universidad de Murcia Spain full programme here The European Society of Aesthetics ESA is among the main research and communications platforms for people interested in aesthetics in Europe Central to the work of the Society is its annual conference and this year the conference comes to Ireland for the first time It will be hosted on the DIT campus at Grangegorman by the Dublin School of Creative Arts and GradCAM the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media According to conference organisers Dr Noel Fitzpatrick and Dr Connell Vaughan over one hundred delegates from all over Europe will participate in the conference which takes place from 11th 13th June We are privileged to host eighty papers including three keynotes by Paul Crowther Carole Talon Hugon and Francisca Perez Carreño Dr Vaughan explained that two special events will take place as part of the conference programme The GradCAM Aesthetics Seminar Group established in 2009 has produced for this conference an essay titled Turn turn turn Civic Instrumentalisation and the Promotion of Autonomy in Contemporary Arts Funding reflecting on the economic instrumentalisation of Arts policy in contemporary Ireland To mark the launch of this work a press conference will be staged by the group and curator Kate Strain at 2pm on Saturday Also artist Clodagh Emoe s An Exercise in Seeing will take place on Thursday lunchtime An Exercise in

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  • GradCAM – First Research Pavillon Venice: Experimentality (May 7th – June 28th 2015) | Gradcam
    regarding experiments and experimentality Does current research generate new types of methodologies such as affective or multisensory approaches reassessing the nature of experimentation The exhibition in the first Research Pavilion includes artists from Finland and other European countries Tiong Ang Alejandro Ramirez Magnus Bärtås Henna Riikka Halonen Dirk Hoyer Simo Kellokumpu Matts Leiderstam Antti Nykyri Maija Närhinen Tuula Närhinen Janis Rafa Heli Rekula and Hito Steyerl Parallel to the exhibition the first Research Pavilion will host a series of events lab projects discussions screenings interventions seminars and performative situations May 6 Opening performance HUMAN COMPUTER DISTRACTION by Chicks on Speed Melissa Logan Alex Murray Leslie Tina Frank Mathias Brendel and Kroot Juurak starring Richard Bell Opening reception in collaboration with Frame Visual Art Finland and the Alvar Aalto Pavilion of Finland May 7 PowerPoint interstices of art making and artistic research Series of events workshops and performances by TAhTO Doctoral Programme Henna Riikka Halonen Dirk Hoyer Esa Kirkkopelto Itay Ziv Tero Nauha Elina Lifländer Julius Elo Kirsi Törmi Kiril Kozlovsky Sirkka Kosonen and Pasi Lyytikäinen May 8 Be Longing Sense of Belonging in relation to locality and escapism as artistic techniques Symposium arranged by Itay Ziv with Edna Barromi Perlman Pindera Agnieszka and Ibtisam Mara ana May 11 17 Prospects Before You Ask Me to Stay MaHKU Utrecht Fine Art students occupy the Research Pavilion with individual and collaborative works and interventions The space will be used for delving into concepts such as performativity interactivity mobility studies seminars and trials Renée Aagtjes Iman Al Sayed Lotte van Geijn Egbert Jonkers Yongdeok Lim Victor Munoz Yasaman Owrang Anh Phan Nguyen and Sepideh Raiesi Project coordinated by Tiong Ang May 19 per SPICE the art of research with the spice of perception A daylong event of talks and discussions related to the Journal of Artistic Research JAR with Julian Klein Matthias Neukirch and Michael Schwab May 30 Meeting the Other ethics in participatory moving image Symposium by Johanna Lecklin with Johanna Oksala and Maija Timonen May 30 Exhibition Non exhibition an evening conversation that explores the dynamics of the exhibitable and the construction of publicness in the spirit of Robert Smithson s site nonsite with Paul O Neill Bard CCS and Mick Wilson Valand Academy of Arts Gothenburg From non site to site from non exhibition to exhibition what is the topos of exhibition non exhibition in the crowded moments of mega exhibitions May 31 The frustrated witness realizing near misses within temporary exhibitions Symposium by Flis Holland with Florian Dombois Hans Rosenström and Juuso Tervo May 31 Exhibition Non exhibition II Paul O Neill and Mick Wilson With special contribution from the food thing June 1 Voices of Consolation moving image laboratory including a screening and a workshop by Elina Saloranta June 2 4 Interdisciplinary exploration of historical traditional experimental and improvisational performance practices An event organized by Doctoral School of Classical Music and Doctoral School of Music Education Jazz and Folk Music June 14 20 Performing Arts Research Centre programmed

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  • GradCAM moves to new DIT Campus | Gradcam
    School of Creative Arts and Media has now moved to the new DIT Grangegorman campus in Dublin 7 This new and exciting initiative will eventually house all the DIT campuses in one central location The Graduate School along with the Dublin School of Creative Arts and the School of Social Science Languages and Law have now moved from MountJoy Square to Grangegorman GradCAM hosts its traditional Thursday afternoon Epistemic Practice Seminars and all its seminars now at the new campus The seminars running for the 2015 are Aesthetics Typography Ireland Digital Studies with the IRI Centre Pompidou Enquiry and Memory and Culture If you wish to attend any of these seminars please contact the Dean noel fitzpatrick at dit ie The Graduate School also supports new PhD candidates who wish to apply for national or institutional funding and will be hosting PhD proposal writing workshops in 2015 The list of current Phd projects for funding is available here http www dit ie researchandenterprise graduateresearchschool phdopportunities phdprojects artstourism Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email

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  • Dr. Naomi Sex | Gradcam
    in mind the first phase of the study aims to use practice led research by adopting quasi ethnographic strategies firstly to explore the field of artistic production and secondly in an attempt to activate capture and contain tangible evidence that the artistic field is powered by persuasive informal discourse and practices that contribute to stringent and hierarchical rules of engagement Entering the second phase of the project the contribution of this study is based on the proposition that as a research project it utilises the performative lecture to position art practice as a formal presentation model demonstrating that art practice in and of itself can act as an appropriate tool to articulate the findings from the practice led research cited above The study aims to demonstrate that art practice can be an adept conceptual contextual mode of communicating its own particular character to iterate and embody its own hierarchical structures and articulate critically by rendering visible its structures and evasive invisible properties Through a decisive performative approach adopted in the second phase of the project the artworks produced seek to tease out and form a type of rebuttal towards the problem of subjectivity inherent in my position as a researcher in relation to my research enquiry that is the problem of how an artist can make critical artworks about the system of which he she is a part This teasing out process is done by attempting to attain an insightful inter subjective reflexivity around my research enquiry through performative practice and by adopting self conscious strategies These self conscious attributes aim to acknowledge harness and present nuances of subjectivity coupled with and couched in a formal academic context where the performative works play out acting as an objective frame for the work Through a body of practice contained on the

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  • Apply as Core Researcher | Gradcam
    an Application Should I include samples of my work For the purpose of the initial application this is not required It is however recommended that you prepare a portfolio of material documenting your previous work This will be required should you be called for interview You may be invited to submit this in advance of the interview or at the interview itself depending on the nature of your specific research project creative practice and the format of your portfolio documentation Should you be successful in the first phase of the application process the call to interview will make explicit the portfolio requirements where these apply Who should my referees be The referees should be individuals who have worked with you in a professional context e g as a lecturer tutor or as a manager employer commissioner which would enable them to comment on your aptitude for further studies How can I find out about possible supervisors Look at our lists of fellows and associate fellows on our people page The institutional websites are also a good starting point www dit ie www ncad ie www iadt ie and www ulster ac uk You can also pass on specific enquiries to the Dean Dr Mick Wilson mick wilson gradcam ie Other sources of information on potential supervisors include the various Heads of Faculty Heads of School and Heads of Department in the collaborating institutions If at the time of completing the application you are unsure as to who you believe to be the most suitable supervisor for your particular project please indicate clearly with which of the partner institutions you would prefer to register Research Proposal How long should the proposal be The proposal should typically be approximately 1 500 words long The key consideration in drafting the proposal should be clarity If it is necessary to provide greater detail or more extensive contextual material then appendices may also be included How detailed should the proposal be Headings that should be addressed by a PhD research proposal typically include a Research aims research questions i e indicating what the basic focus of the proposed work is to be b Relevance contribution to the discipline s i e indicating the broader context that the proposed work will exist within c Sources bibliography archives examples prior works within the field etc d Resources required to develop the project e g studio space specific equipment access specialist materials techniques facilities specialist information resources e Proposed timeline of project work indicating key milestones in the development of the project The level of detail required under each heading will depend on the specific project The key requirement is that the proposal communicates a clear programme of enquiry and investigation It should demonstrate that the applicant is capable of framing their own agenda for research and that they have a sense of the larger field to which they wish to make a contribution Can I submit a proposal that I have already submitted elsewhere If you have

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