On April 13-14, the SNT (Sound, Narrative, Technology) initiative together with the Crocus research network at Lund University arrange a seminar at IAC on orality, writing and compositional practices in relation to text. The seminar explores how understanding from an artistic practice could inform method development in the arts and artistic research, as well as in other research fields. What learning outcomes are there from working with music and text? What are the different strategies in writing for musical composition?
Presenters: Robert Willim, Kent Olofsson, Tale Næss, Jörgen Dahlqvist, Tanja Hylling Diers, Vanja Hamidi Isacson, Magnus Bunnskog, Sima Wolgast, Elisabeth Hjorth, Christine Owman
Thursday, April 13th
The presentations will be held in Swedish/Scandinavian
9:45–10:00 Introducing the SNT research initiative. Information of the Crocus research network.
10:00–10:50 Text and music in performance – aspects on the interplay between dramatic writing, acting and musical composition. Presenter: Kent Olofsson
11:10–12:00 The Augmented Hörspiel – Composed Theatre. Presenter: Magnus Bunnskog
13:00–13:50 Thinking in play. Presenter: Tale Næss
14:10–15:00 The compositional practice as a playwright. Presenter: Vanja Hamidi Isacson
15:30–16:30 Device Lectures – part discourse, part distortion. Presenter: Robert Willim
Artistic presentations & Seminar Bar
18:30 Artistic Presentation: Egots vibrationer by Magnus Bunnskog
19:45 Artistic Presentation: Allt vad mina händer grävt upp. Text: Sima Wolgast & Elisabeth Hjorth. Music: Jörgen Dahlqvist & Sima Wolgast. Artistic Presentation: Fields of Unknowing with Robert Willim
21:00 Artistic Presentation: Karlskrona/Malmö by Jörgen Dahlqvist & Kent Olofsson
Friday, April 14th
10:00–10:50 Writing for a compositional practice. Presenter: Jörgen Dahlqvist
11:10–12:00 Letter-writing as method: Allt vad mina händer grävt upp. Presenter: Sima Wolgast & Elisabeth Hjorth
13:00–13:50 A Listening Dramaturgy. Presenter: Tanja Hylling Diers
14:10–15:00 Premises to Create – Investigating “Taste-Based” Biases and Creative Processes of Musicians: An Intervention Study. Presenter: Sima Wolgast & Christine Owman
15:00 Summing up
SNM (Sound, Narrative, Technology) is a network researching audio performance, dramatic writing, musical composition and hörspiel. Researchers, artists and experts within these disciplines meet to develop and deepen the fields that emerge at the intersection, and where the questions and problems take their starting point in narrative, artistic methods and content.
CROCUS is an interdisciplinary network interested in the cultural and creative industries. The network is based at Lund University and serves as a platform for education and research in the fields of culture and creativity.