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  • Robitaille, Marie-Andree
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of circus.
    Hope for the Future2022In: Voices ein Magazine des CircusDanceFestival, Vol. 3, p. 26-35Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Amidst the fourth industrial revolution, the sixth mass extinction, global warming, and a world pandemic, humans face an increasing amount of complex and challenging crises on planet Earth. Over the years 2020 and 2021, the performing arts sector has been paralyzed and now in 2022 we are oscillating between coming back to normal and moving to a new normal. Our modes of creation, production, and dissemination have been disrupted. On a larger eco-socio-political scale, during the pandemic, the impacts of human activities on Earth seem to have been made more distinctly visible, inviting us to ask: what does it mean to be human today? More specifically, however, the Covid-19 pandemic is forcing circus artists to revise how we work and think about circus arts. What does it mean to be a circus artist today? How can circus arts remain relevant? And what connections might circus arts have with the wider question of human involvement in the world?

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    Hope for the Future
  • Robitaille, Marie-Andree
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of circus.
    Circus as a practice of hope: the last Human on Earth (is a circus artist). Sensing the world through circus arts2021In: Adventures in Circus Research– Facing a New Decade, p. 1-6Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In times of climate catastrophe, refugee crises and Covid-19, the question of the responsibility that artists and scholars have is becoming increasingly urgent. What is the role of circus within society? How far does this form of art and entertainment correlate with historical and contemporary social interests? How does circus research position itself as a relevant field of research within academia in the 21st century? Those questions will be explored within the series Adventures in Circus Research– Facing a New Decade, curated by academic Dr. Franziska Trapp. By featuring circus researchers, we give them the space to explain the nature and significance of their research directly to the circus community and to highlight the practical impact of their research on the circus world and its relevance for society. 

    In the sixth article of the series, Marie-Andrée Robitaille, PhD at the faculty of Artistic research at Stockholm University of the Arts in Sweden, provides insights into her doctoral artistic project in which she searches for ethical alternatives to human exceptionalism in circus art.

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    Circus as a practice of hope
  • Persson, Lina
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media. Stockholm University of the Arts, Research Centre.
    Anna, Björklund (Creator)
    KTH.
    Appendix C.: Utsläppsaktiviteter och utsläpp för projekt inom Climate-Just Worldings2021Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [sv]

    Livscykelanalys (LCA) av Lina Perssons konstnärliga praktik utförd av Karin Lagercrantz. I denna LCA har sex projekt som Persson skapat inom ramen för Climate-Just Worldings (C-J W) mellan 2019-2020 utvärderats. Syftet med denna LCA är att mäta och beräkna vilket klimatavtryck Perssons forskningsprojekt C-J W har.

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