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Visual & Material Culture Schedule Summer course, week 23 – week 34 (June – August) week 23 4 June, 16–18 Lecture Hall D 9
Tanja Schult, course coordinator Short Introduction to the course [email protected]
Introductory lecture: Classic Theories of the Visual Field Lennart Palmqvist, Department of Archaeology (affiliated), Stockholm University, Senior lecturer [email protected]
7 June, 10–12 E 306
Semiotics as a Descriptive Tool in Visual Studies Fred Andersson, coordinator for Visual Studies at Åbo Akademi, Finland (see the blogg: http://blogs.abo.fi/visuellastudier), [email protected]
7 June, 15–17
Study Visit: Ai Weiwei exhibition at MAGASIN 3, Frihamnen. We meet at 15:00 at the museum! Guided tour for Group 1 will depart at 15 o’clock, for group 2 at 16 o’clock. Please be in time!
week 24 11 June, 18–20 E 306
Seminar-workshop: The Performance of Objects Further course information about assignments and the compulsory essay.
12 June, 16–18 E 306
Ethics and Objects Wilhelm Östberg, Associate professor in Social Anthropology, former curator at the Museum of Ethnography, Stockholm. [email protected]
13 June, 15–17
Study Visit: Etnografiska museet. Exhibition: “Whose objects? Art Treasures from the Kingdom of Benin”, introduced by Karin Wästfelt, museum education officer at the Museum of Ethnography [email protected]
Be at the museum 10 minutes in advance!
14 June, 16–18 E 306
week 25 18 June, 10–12 D 289
Sweden designed by Ikea. Identity and Branding Sara Kristoffersson, Guest Professor Design History, Konstfack, [email protected]
New Media Culture Pelle Snickars, Head of Research, National Library of Sweden [email protected]
19 June, 18–20 E 306
Berlin Wall – Graffiti on a Cold War Border Fortification as Visual Symbol and as Historical Monument Jacob Kimvall, Department of Art History, Stockholm University [email protected]
20 June, 18–20
City Walk – Street Art & Graffiti Tobias Barenthin Lindblad, author and publisher [email protected]
We meet at Långholmsgatan 29 (metro station HORNSTULL, exit: LÅNGHOLMSGATAN) at 17:50. Have a valid SL-ticket with you.
Individual studies: read course literature and write a short review of an exhibition of your choice. Further instructions will be available on MONDO when the course begins.
week 27 3 July, 10–12 E 306
The Grand – A Talk on a Series of Successful Failures Katja Aglert, artist [email protected]
4 July, 16–18
Individual studies: read course literature and chose a theme for your own essay. Further instruction will be made available via MONDO.
week 29 18 July, 16–18 E 306
Presentation and discussion of chosen topic for the essay
19 July & 20 July possibility for individual supervision.
week 30 – week 31
Time to write your essay! Exchange your work in progress with another student and meet at the end of week 31. You then have two more weeks to continue working on your essay. The final text must be submitted at the latest at 9 am on 22 August.