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Conference 2022: Collaborative Visual Research

On 7-8 June, GPS400 will host its second international conference at Röhsska museet in Gothenburg. The theme is the collaborative visual research that takes place within the framework of "GPS400: Centre for Collaborative Visual Research", a six-year faculty-wide research center established by Rector in April 2019. The first day of the conference is held in Swedish, the second day in English. For more information on the first day please see the Swedish site.

Sound recording from the conference

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Sound recording of the conference

Day 2 Wednesday 8 June (in English)  

08.30–09.00                Registration – Coffee – Welcome – Practical Information

09.00–10.15                  Panel 6: Digital Methods and Tools 
Monica  Billger,  Chalmers  University of Technology
Lars Borin, The National Swedish Language Bank
Love Börjeson, National Library of Sweden
Malte Hagener, Phillips-Universität Marburg
Samantha Hookway, University of Gothenburg 
Nicolas Malevé, University of Lucern  
Pelle Snickars, Lund University
Fredrik Trella, RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden)
Moderator: Karin Wagner, University of Gothenburg 

10.15–10.45                Break

10.45–12.00               Panel 7: Urbanity and Public Space 
Henric Benesch, University of Gothenburg 
Anders Dahlgren, University of Gothenburg 
Erik Florin Persson, Stockholm University 
Elena Raviola, University of Gothenburg 
Monica Sand, University of Gothenburg
Niclas Östlind, University of Gothenburg 
Moderator: Monica Billger, Chalmers University of Technology

12.00–13.00               Break 

13.00–14.15                 Panel 8 LENS MEDIA: Research – Archiving – Distribution  
Jenny Chamarette, University of Reading
Isabelle Doucet, Chalmers University of Technology     
Mirka Duijn, University of Gothenburg
Malte Hagener, Phillips-Universität Marburg
Eirik Frisvold Hanssen, National Library of Norway 
Christopher Natzén, National Library of Sweden  
Lars-Martin Sørensen, Danish Film Institute  
Louise Wolthers, Hasselblad Foundation 
Niclas Östlind, University of Gothenburg
Moderator: Mats Björkin, University of Gothenburg  

14.15–14.45                Break

14.45–16.00               Panel 9: Collections and Mediations 
Katinka Ahlbom, National Library of Sweden
Eirik Frisvold Hanssen, National Library of Norway
Lova Hagerfors, Swedish Film Institute
Andreas Hagström, Hasselblad  Foundation 
Karl-Magnus Johansson, National Archives   
Martin Reinhart, University of Applied Arts Vienna 
Lars-Martin Sørensen, Danish Film Institute 
Moderator: Niclas Östlind, University of Gothenburg 

16.00–16.30                Break

16.30–17.45                Panel 10: Artistic Visual Practices 
Ignacio Acosta, University of Brighton
Kerstin Hamilton, University of Gothenburg 
Erika Larsson, University of Gothenburg
Nicolas Malevé, University of  Lucern
Nina Mangalanayagam, University of Gothenburg
Tyrone Martinsson, University of Gothenburg  
Moderator: Louise Wolthers, Hasselblad Foundation 

17.45–18.15                Summary of Day 2 – Looking Forward 

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Interested in going?

The conference is open to the public and free of charge. Although there are a limited number of seats. If you are interested to go to the conference please contact Miriam Fumarola.