Artistic practice beyound institutions
In this conversation visual artist Lisa Nyberg and choreographer Carolina Bäckman take a closer look at how we research within the arts and might conduct artistic practice beyond institutions. With each of their artistic practices as starting point they will reflect upon how art can suggest new ways of writing history and share knowledge.
This Conversation On will be held in English.
Foto: Louise Herrche Serup
About the speakers
Lisa Nyberg is a visual artist based in Malmö, Sweden. She explores the radical possibilities of pedagogy and performance through processes that involves collective, embodied, transgressive and critical practices. In her work, she examines cultural and educational canons from an intersectional feminist perspective.
In 2022 Nyberg completed her PhD at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with the research project “Pedagogies of the Unknown – studying for a future, without guarantees” (read more).
Dancer and choreographer Carolina Bäckman is a MFA student in Dance and participation at The Danish National School of Performing Arts. Carolina is a part of the collective initiative Danish Dance Stories (read more), initiated by four freelance dancers and choreographers with a common wish to engage and support the field of dance and choreography. Currently Carolina is diving deeper into this research during a 4 week residency at HAUT, where she takes a closer look at the stories, testimonies, performances and fantasies that the initiative has produced through its collegial meetings – read more about her research here.