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  • Josefson, Cecilia
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Gesternas klichéer: - en essä om machojournalistik2022Independent thesis Basic level (Higher Education Diploma (Fine Arts)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The essay is an investigation into the machoculture within investigative journalism, and strives to articulate another approach.

    How can I find a mode beyond the stereotypical play on masculine and feminine that has informed my professional work as a journalist? How can a typical feminine versus masculine ”working style” be characterized?

    I search to put into words how stereotypes affects the profession and look into ways to liberate myself from stereotypical gender roles.

    In the essay I use Sarah Ahmeds feministic theory as well as Hans-Georg Gadamers philosophy to find new perspectives.

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    Gesternas klichéer - en essä om machojournalistik
  • Lindal, Anna
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    Boman, Tomas (Cinematographer)
    Avlärandets poetik2020Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The poetics of unlearningWe develop questions about unlearning and doubts as a possibly essential component in artists' work processes. The purpose is to deconstruct and question notions about the final artistic "work" and the skills and knowledge that are considered to be the prerequisite for the interpretation and performances of these works. Are there methods we can use to dismantle deep-rooted skills and thus conquer new knowledge? The project problematizes the observations around different artistic roles that the participants embody - such as director, musician, and filmmaker - and the conventions these roles bring with them in a process of unlearning. We work with the deconstruction of J S Bach's iconic Ciaccona for solo violin and "translations" between music and text/interpretation and improvisation. During the presentation, we share the most important parts of our research in the form of conversations, films/sound recordings and musical performances as live examples.

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    Program Forskningsveckan 2020
  • Lundberg, Leif
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    Rösten och gestaltningen2020Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    What are you researching and why? I have been investigating the dualistic forces within the human voice at different levels and the mutual interaction between functions of the voice, on the one hand, and embodiment and the will to perform, on the other. What will we hear during your presentation? You will get to talk. A summary of what I have been with experimented with, reflected on and written about.

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    Forsningsveckan 2020 Onsdag 22 Januari
  • Ancker, Stina
    et al.
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    Tenstam, Ulrika
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    Hellström, Martin
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    När blir sångaren konstnär?2019Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    What are you investigating in your research and why? We want to investigate the border between the rehearsed and the spontaneous expression in the art of the opera singer. How can musical improvisation provide energy and creative impulses to singers, and what does it require of the practitioner? Is there some essential quality for the music's dramatic expression that the singer can contribute if the written composition is in parts dissolved by free improvisation by the singer? What we are looking for is the keys to the singer’s creativity to bring them into our teaching. What will we experience during your presentation? We will discuss our work and show a small piece of our newly written elaboration-opera.

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    Forskningsveckan 2019
  • Carlsson, Wilhelm
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    När sjunger skådespelaren, hur talar sångaren?2022Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [sv]

    Min forskning handlar röstens uttryck och släktskapet mellan opera och teater. När Anders de Wahl reciterar Nyårsklockorna från Skansen, så låter det nästan som om han sjunger texten. Det låter högtravande och starkt. Men å andra sidan, ibland hör vi inte alls vad de säger in en serie på TV. Vad går förlorat när röstens uttryck förminskas även på scenen?

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  • Carlsson, Wilhelm
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Opera.
    When do we sing in theatreand how do we speak in opera?: När sjunger vi på teatern och hur talar vi på operan?2018Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    What are you investigatingin your research and why? I’m exploring the meeting point of the vocal expression in opera and theatre. In Swedish theatre actors tend to minimalize their vocal expression, leaning towards an everyday manner. On the opera stage the content of the spoken word is often hidden behind the vocal expression.What will we experienceduring your presentation?I will describe how I explore the possibility for the actor to use musicality and an expanded vocal expression to communicate text content. Also, how the opera singer may search for content based expression of the text while keeping the vocal power of the voice.

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    Program forskningsveckan 2018