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  • 1.
    Bergsmark, Ester Martin
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    voice under2023Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    If voice over is the superior voice that dictates truth, I examine voice under, the other truths that take place simultaneously. In my doctoral thesis voice under, I explore all the parallel voices beyond the dominating all-knowing voice over. The intention of the project and concept voice under is to open up a wider sensory register in both the creation and the experience of film. By looking closely at, challenging, and playing with different cinematic conventions, I explore how we can recreate seemingly dominant expressions and find spaces for resistance, although temporary. This document outlines the different modes of publication of the doctoral thesis voice under. voice under consists of two branches: film and text.

    The Documented Artistic Research Project (Doctoral Thesis) voice under will be made public and archived on September 1, 2023, through the following three materials:

    1. Welcome to voice under folder

    2. Performative contemplative film screening

    3. The book voice under, consisting of a collection of texts

    Download full text (pdf)
    Registration sheet (Spikblad)
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    Instructions for performative film screening
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    Folder - Invitation to voice under
    The full text will be freely available from 2025-02-01 16:37
  • 2.
    Dybwad Brandrud, Marius
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Örat nära munnen: samtal mellan film och filosofi2024Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This PhD project is a study in and through filmic conversations. The project addresses the role of conversation in philosophy education. While philosophy often is manifested in individually written form, this is a study of how filmic conversation can act as philosophical expression, mainly based on the film Samtal om samtal which is the principal material of this PhD project. The film begins by addressing the manner of which we speak to one another in a seminar; and by extension how that manner decides which philosophy is at all made possible: Who is speaking and who is listening? Whose experiences count and whose ideas are welcome? Yet, conversation is not only of interest as practice but also as expression. Sometimes something is said through/as conversation that could not have been expressed in any other form. What would happen if conversation, as a communal way of saying things, would constitute a form of philosophical expression in its own right, on par with the individually written text? What form would such an expression be allowed to take? Could philosophy be expressed through the medium of film? In and through the filmic conversation of this study, these queries also lead on to issues of representation and responsibility: What signifies the practice of making a film about or with someone? How are those involved in a film project affected, and how can the film act (in the world) independently? How could responsibility be understood in the process of making a film and regarding the final result? In addition to Samtal om samtal, the text Eftertext is submitted. The text further explores the previously mentioned questions, but adds another layer in commenting on the filmic work of Samtal om samtal. Eftertext also refers to the films Ett jag som säger vi and Rehearsals, as well as the document Transkription. These works are included as appendices, forming sub studies of the Samtal om samtal project. 

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    Registreringsblad
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    Doktorandprojektet
  • 3.
    Engberg, Mia
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Darkness as Material2023Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The doctoral project Darkness as Material, examines darkness as material and its relationship to cinematic storytelling. The study addresses different kinds of darkness: darkness in the image, darkness in the cinema theatre, darkness in the spectator where films are received and the darkness in the filmmaker, where the world is reflected and ideas are born. The project is inspired by Marguerite Duras' idea to kill cinema, and it explores film's potential to approach the place she described as the dark room, where we are deaf and blind and passion is possible.

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    Darkness as material / (eng)
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    Darkness as material / (swe)
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    spikblad
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    Secrets of the sun
  • 4.
    Lindeen, Marcus
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Staged Conversations: Using dialogue as both method and form when staging documentary material for theater and film2024Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Between 2017 and 2024, I have conducted an artistic research PhD project at Stockholm University of the Arts resulting in a feature length documentary film (The Raft, 2018), a documentary based theater play (The Invisible Adventure, 2020) and a book with my work diaries documenting the process of creating the two works (Staged conversations, 2024). The research project focuses on using the conversation as both method and form for staging documentary material for theater and film. 

    The Raft reunites seven people who were all part of a social experiment crossing the Atlantic on a raft in 1973. The film mixes archive footage from the original journey with scenes shot in a studio, where participants share memories onboard a scenographic replica of the real raft.

    In The Invisible Adventure three characters – a scientist, a video artist and a transplantation patient – meet for an intimate conversation on identity and transformation. The performers who interpret the characters through repeating dialogue from a sound script in hidden ear-pieces, sit together with the audience members in a circular scenography, where there is no separation between stage and audience seats.

    Both the film and the play are using the staged conversation as a shape for the storytelling and share similarities in their visual expression with wooden scenographies set in a black box studio environment. In the film it is the real people from the raft journey who reunite 43 years later in the studio. In the play the script is based on three separate interviews with people who have never met, but who are interpreted by performers.

    The research project will be finished and presented publicly in January 2024. The film and play will be presented together with the release of the book at Gothenburg International Film Festival in collaboration with Gothenburg City Theater.

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    The book: Iscensatta samtal (Staged conversations)
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    Registreringsblad
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    The raft
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    The invisible adventure
  • 5.
    Røed, Ellen Johanne
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Research Centre. Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Entian, Patrik (Photographer)
    Liden, Signe (Photographer)
    Image as Site: THE RIG2024 (ed. 100)Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    By appropriating the concept of site from the discourses of site-specific art and the concept of field from sound art, and applying them to the moving image, the project Image as Site explore the potential of video art for enabling certain elements of performance that appear in these discourses. The research originates from an understanding of video as a particular mode of inquiry that activates relationships between bodies, images, and places. The project expands this understanding and engages it to create meetings between visual arts and film and media practices. 

    Over a period of four years these aspects of the moving image has been approached through artistic processes, means and methods involving fieldwork, studio work, discursive activities as well as the development and dissemination of artworks and reflection. At the centre of the project, has been the continuous development of a camera rig, extended and developed through the artistic practice of visual artist and professor in Film and Media Ellen J Røed and in close dialogue and collaboration with research assistant and cinematographer Ashley Briggs and co-researcher and artist Signe Lidén. This rig is presented, and its development traced, through this publication. 

  • 6.
    Røed, Ellen Johanne
    et al.
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media. Vetenskapsrådet.
    Lidén, Signe
    Image as Site: KOMPASS2024 (ed. 100)Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    KOMPASS, an artistic collaboration between Ellen J Røed and Signe Lidén, emerged as a separate project strand in the artistic research project Image as Site at Stockholm University of the Arts. 

    In the project Ellen Røed and Signe Lidén have developed a method for field recording that combines sound and image in a distinct form of attentional (aesth)ethics. They explore how instruments, time and movement are included in and affect the relationships between bodies, images and places, between experience and representation, in various forms of field recordings. Their collaboration resulted in an exhibition at Trafo Kunsthall in Asker, Norway, March 12th- April 24, 2022 which is presented and reflected upon in this publication.

    This publication includes a text which was originally written for a pamphlet distributed by Trafo Kunsthall in 2022, edited by Peter Dean. It was rewritten and extended for this publication which includes photos by Peter Dean, Ellen Røed and Signe Lidén. Editor Rune Søchting was a conversation partner throughout the project.

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