Artistic Research

We have a blog with general and specific news on Artistic Research. You can access it here:

We have also set up a specific blog on our newly funded artistic research project – which will take place from 2016 to 2019. The project is entitled: Blind Spot: Staring down the Void. It is financed by the Project Programme (PKU) for Artistic Research (Norway). You can access it here:

PAST WORKSHOPS : 19 February to 4th March 2017 in BERLIN 

“Towards the stage production” at HZT/ Universität der Künste Berlin

Invited artists:

Marcio Carvahlo, Carole Nadeau, Ingvild Holm, Trond Lossius, Farid Fairuz, Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Karen Kipphoff, Karoline Skuseth, and Nik Haffner.

Here some images from the first workshop that took place in August 2016

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Some words on the project:

BLIND SPOT: STARING DOWN THE VOID is a project proposed and led by the Norwegian Theatre Academy and funded by the Artistic Research Council (PKU). This 3 years project investigates a sensory phenomenon at the gravitational center of all material knowledge. The project researches the implications of the “blind spot” to artists in the visual and performing arts concerned with the implications of perception in human experience and society.

A collaboration between artists with diverse backgrounds and field of expertise, the project will result in a stage production premiered at the Meteor Biennale in Bergen October 2017, with further performances in Fredrikstad. The project is lead by professor Karen Kipphoff.

If you want to read more about the project, please click here (BLIND SPOT BLOG)