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VIS # 1 – RISK IN ARTISTIC RESEARCH

16-Jun-19

Contributed the essay “A Few Notes about Getting Lost (Again) to the inaugural issue of VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research

https://www.en.visjournal.nu/tag/issue-1/

VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research is a new digital journal about Artistic Research in the Nordic region. The journal is the result of a cooperation between Stockholm University of the Arts and Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. The purpose of the journal is to serve as a basic source of knowledge for anyone who wants to learn and immerse themselves in artistic research in the Nordic region. VIS website was released 9 April 2018 together with the first Issue – 0. Issue 1 was released 24 January 2019.

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PERCEPTION CRISIS MACHINE CONGLOMERATE: A FAST ENTRY INTO THE METHODOLOGY OF SYNSMASKINEN

16-Jun-19

The essay PERCEPTION CRISIS MACHINE CONGLOMERATE: A FAST ENTRY INTO THE METHODOLOGY OF SYNSMASKINEN by Michelle Teran & Frans Jacobi included in the reader for the 9th SAR International Conference on Artistic Research

Link to publication


University of Plymouth, April 11th-13th, 2018 

EDITORS: Geoff Cox, Hannah Drayson, Azadeh Fatehrad, Allister Gall, Laura Hopes, Anya Lewin, Andrew Prior.

Electronic Literature

16-Jun-19

Transmedia Literature works Folgen and Buscando Sr. Goodbar included in the publicationElectronic Literature.

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STRATEGIES OF RECLAIMING: MICHELLE TERAN AT ELIA BIENNIAL

16-Jun-19

Michelle Teran will be participating and presenting at the Elia Biennial in Rotterdam, November 21st-24th, 2018. The theme of the Elia Biennial is ‘Resilience and the City’. In her performative lecture, she introduces various strategies for reclaiming, which she will discuss within the frame of the SHIFTING CENTRES, SHIFTING MARGINS thematic mobile sessions.

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CONGLOMERATE TALK SHOW AT KMD

16-Jun-19

Artistic Research will Eat Itself Conference

16-Jun-19

https://sarconference2018.org/

Michelle Teran, together with Frans Jacobi (KMD, Bergen) will lead “perception crisis machine conglomerate”, a workshop which explores the machinic methods of the ongoing artistic research SYNSMASKINEN. (http://www.synsmaskinen.net/)

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Temporary Laboratory Exhibition

16-Jun-19

Gallery KIT – Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, March 12 – 25, 2018.
Opening: March 16th @ 19.00
Website: http://metamorf.no/?project=temporary-laboratory

About: The exhibition THE TEMPORARY LABORATORY at Gallery KIT – Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, presents the Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art. The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art collects the most comprehensive knowledge and documentation of media arts in Norway, in terms of history, artistic activities, artists, and the development of the field.

Curator: Temporary Laboratory exhibition and activities curated by Michelle Teran with Master’s students Anaclara Talento Acosta, Letizia Balzi, Katherine Butcher, Mika Haykowsky, Álvaro Hortal Muñoz, Lisa Paland, Martin Grøndalen Palmer, Kasper Holm Pedersen and Pablo Sarabia Fraile.

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Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy

15-Apr-17

Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy, is a multidisciplinary exhibition of visual art, public art, film, public discussions, performance, interactivity and spoken word, all exploring the prevalence of surveillance and its impact on the way we lead our lives.

Real Art Ways
56 Arbor Street
Hartford, CT 06106

http://www.realartways.org/

The exhibition opens on Saturday, March 4, 2017 and will be on view through June 19, 2017. More…

Morten Lind and Michelle Teran Man and machine – Who controls whom?

15-Apr-17

Thursday, February 16
Kunsthall Trondheim

http://kunsthalltrondheim.no/arrangementer/man-and-machine-who-controls-whom/?lang=en

 Have we subjected ourselves to machines, or do they constitute new ways for us to organize? Research Scientist in Robotics at SINTEF Morten Lind, and newly appointed Associate Professor at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) Michelle Teran, will give us a critical insight in to contemporary relationships between technology, work and the human body.

Traditionally machines have been developed to replicate working tasks performed by the human body but now we are also developing systems to perform tasks done by the human mind. Because of this we have to evaluate current technological developments as well as rethink our relationship with our tools.

Morten Lind will share his knowledge about the development of cyber-physical systems; systems for complex tasks using internet-, user and algorithmic data, while Teran will tell us about her many experiences with technology, as a tool for social organization. More…

Future Guides for Cities: From Information to Home

15-Apr-17

“Future Guides: From Information to Home” is an artistic research project on following: how to practice and theorize following. It was carried out between 2010-2014 within the Norwegian Artistic Fellowship Programme and around the Bergen Academy of Art and Design. A final exhibition of my artistic research, “Your Revolution Begins at Home“, took place at the USF Gallery and Cinemateket in Bergen, September 4-14, 2014.  “Confessions of an Online Stalker“, a critical reflection text on artistic results of the research, was submitted in 2015.

The critical reflection text can be downloaded here:
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