NORDIC SOUND ART

Nordic Sound Art was previously a joint study program within the KUNO network focusing on sound and sound art. Up until 2015 the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Schools of Visual Art, the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå Academy of Fine Art, and Bergen National Academy of the Arts arranged a study program […]

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TEACHER MOBILITY

Teachers from the KUNO Academies can apply for teacher exchange at another academy within KUNO according to the following: The grant is intended for exchange with another partner academy within KUNO network. The exchange shall be integrated in the education of the guest institution. The exchange is intended for instruction, tuition, development of pedagogical material […]

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Kuno Iceland: Action – a twisted relation to the object

The action involved in the artistic process was brought into focus as a discernible feature of art making in the second half of the 20th century. Questions about intentionality, meaning, and the demarcation of the creative act from other intentional actions became everyday features of art theory and commonplace in the writings of artists. With […]

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Art History and Socialism(s) after World War II

Albeit the Soviet and Eastern European socialist regimes during the latter 20th century seem to be a distant past by now, one must acknowledge that research on it still has many uncovered areas. This applies not least to the role of “socialist” art historians, their activities and functions in universities, exhibitions or the mass media, […]

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COURSE IS FULL / Workshop by Hr. Pind at DJK in Aarhus 29th February

I have always been of the belief that theoretical subjects can only be appropriated to workable size through physical actions. It hasn’t been a conscious attitude or even credo from my side, rather an inescapable principle that persecuted me. It is the experience that physical work reverberates in the mind and create correlations and connections […]

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KUNO Express Course in Tromsø

‘What singles out the voice against the vast ocean of sounds and noises, what defines the voice as special among the infinite array of acoustic phenomena is its inner relationship with meaning. The voice is something which points toward meaning, there is like an arrow in it which raises the expectation of meaning, the voice […]

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Nida Art Colony, Lithuania: Call for 2016-17 Residency applications

The residency programme at Nida Art Colony of the Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) is open for emerging and experienced artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers, writers, and philosophers from Lithuania and all over the world. NAC is the only academic and artistic venue in the Baltics which provides the opportunity to live, work […]

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KUNO Express Course at Funen Art Academy: “COMPLICATING THE CURATORIAL” by Jenny Richards

Complicating the Curatorial is an intensive, practical, workshop for students interested in developing self-organised platforms for exhibition making and public engagement. In the past ten years curating courses within higher education have tended to focus on institutional curating, whilst a rich activity of curatorial practices led by artists and creative practitioners has been producing exhibitions, […]

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