Artistic Research

Writings about contemporary topics, latest events and activities in artistic research.

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Person watching a video installation wearing a headset. Located in the Theatre Academy's premises.


Show: All CfAR Research Pavilion SAAR Tutke
  • Työpaja sanojen väliin jäävistä tiloista

    Nora Rinteen teksti työpajasta Tutkimuspaviljongissa.

  • Update on SAAR 2023

    SAAR 2023 takes place at Raulandsakademiet in Telemark, Norway, on 12-19 August 2023

  • Jamie MacDonald investigates emotions in stand-up comedy

    Interviewing doctoral candidate Jamie MacDonald, whose background is in performance, stand-up comedy, theatre and larp.

  • Summer Academy for Artistic Research 2023

    Summer Academy for Artistic Research (SAAR) is a joint Nordic project between the partner countries Finland, Sweden, and Norway.

  • Looking at complex geographies through posthuman visualities – The Polar Silk Road

    Elena Mazzi asks how posthuman visualities can bring to light the deep environmental, social, political and economic changes that are currently affecting the Arctic regions. Mazzi is one of the artists-in-residence of Research Pavilion #5.

  • Maasuhteita

    Noora Sandgren tutkii maasuhteita erilaisten kehojen yhteisaineenvaihduntaan keskittyen. Hän on yksi viidennen Tutkimuspaviljongin residenssitaiteilijoista.

  • Slippery Theories of Togetherness: A Sonic Proposition

    Hannah Rowan’s and Anastasia (A) Khodyreva’s research and material practices look at the phase change in matter, particularly ice and other water phases, to think about how slipperiness relates to durational, relational, and response-able practice of togetherness. The duo are artists-in-residence of Research Pavilion #5.

  • The Water Carries me

    Neill Lin asks what is an eco-feminist approach towards the architecture of water. What are alternative stories of water in trans-national cultural bodies? What space can water inspire? Lin is one of the artists-in-residence of Research Pavilion #5.

  • Obreras

    Camila Flores Fernandez’s work was born out of her anthropological research and collective art creation with Afroperuvian women peasant (field) workers of the community of El Carmen, Chincha, Southern coastal Peru. “Obreras” is a work-in-process meant to be an artistic installation composed of spoken words, written words and audiovisual footage. Flores Fernandez is one of the artists-in-residence of Research Pavilion #5.

  • entanglement

    Agata Ruchlewicz Dzianach asks at which point, as humans, we have forgotten that we are part of nature. For this purpose, she will create a haptic archive where the textures of the human skin and the fragments of the natural environment are juxtaposed and mixed losing their origins. Ruchlewicz Dzianach is one of the artists-in-residence of Research Pavilion #5.

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About this blog

Artistic research is one of Uniarts Helsinki’s specialities. In this blog you can read about latest activities in the field from our community and guest writers. The blog is currently updated by Uniarts Helsinki’s Research Pavilion, the Performing Arts Research Centre Tutke and the Centre for Artistic Research (CfAR).

What is artistic research?

Taiteellinen tutkimus on yksi yliopistomme erityispiirre. Lue blogista yliopistoyhteisömme ja vierailijoiden kirjoituksia ja ajatuksia taiteellisen tutkimuksen ajankohtaisista ilmiöistä ja tapahtumista. Blogia päivittää tällä hetkellä Taideyliopiston Tutkimuspaviljonki, Esittävien taiteiden tutkimuskeskus Tutke ja Taiteellisen tutkimuksen tutkimuskeskus (CfAR).