Arts and Culture
FAULT LINES: KABK RESEARCH FORUM 2021
- Friday 3 December 2021
- West Den Haag
The KABK Design & the Deep Future Research Group is pleased to invite you to participate in an afternoon of exchange centred on our projects-in-progress and collective thinking around art, design, research and climate justice.
Chaired by Alice Twemlow, research professor at KABK, the Group comprises five KABK tutors, whose research practices engage with geological time and climate crisis. We meet every few weeks in each other’s studios where we engage with the work, read texts, write, and think with each other through the doubts, dilemmas and complexities of our individual projects and the methodological or thematic composite that connects us.
For this event, we will be joined by some of our students and colleagues from the extended KABK research community and by keynote speakers who we have invited to help frame and contextualise our work. These include: Jeff Diamanti, Assistant Professor, Environmental Humanities, University of Amsterdam
KABK Research Group 2021:
Katrin Korfmann, Tutor, Image, BA Graphic Design; Post-Photography, MA Non Linear Narrative
Images in Limbo: Compositing Photographic Debris in the ‘Climate Regime’
Jasper Coppes, Core Tutor, Theory and Writing, MA Artistic Research
Poison Lake: Metabolizing Toxic Granite Sediment Through Film
Hannes Bernard, Tutor, Interactive Media Design, BA Graphic Design
Anthropocenic Ruptures: Speculating on the Present through Displacement of Time in Media
Louis Braddock Clarke, Tutor, GeoMedia, HackLab, BA Graphic Design
Out of Focus: Listening to Arctic Landscapes through Geological Sonics and Long Conversations
Vibeke Mascini, Tutor, Sculpture Department, BA Fine Art
The Custodian: Telling Stories about Care to Counter the Ownership of Nature
This event is free of charge, but you do need to RSVP.