Infinite Record: Archive, Memory and Performance
International Research Project 2012-2014, initiated by the Norwegian Theatre Academy (NTA) / Østfold University College (Karmenlara Ely) in cooperation with York St John University, GB (Claire Hind / Gary Winters), MIT Boston, USA (Anna Kohler / Jay Scheib) and the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design (Arnold Dreyblatt / Petra Maria Meyer). Prof. Arnold Dreyblatt and students of NTA hosted a performative, public memory event during a residence in Fredrikstad in August and September 2013. During his residency in Fredrikstad, Dreyblatt proposed the use of public display spaces in Fredrikstad as a public interactive platform in which student meetings, performances, installations, and presentations by invited guests took place: through research and discussion, the project questions social, academic and artistic forms of representation for local and individual memory. Symposium and International Conference at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design February 13th to 15th 2014
Prof. Arnold Dreyblatt www.dreyblatt.net Tel. 0431-5198-437, email@example.com Prof.in Dr. Petra Maria Meyer Tel. 0431-5198-503, firstname.lastname@example.org
Art in the Public Domain
BLOW UP Art-Design Discourse
The arts and the public domain in focus – The series of lectures on the arts which play a part in the public domain wanted to present the medial, spatial, cultural and social compexity of that which is understood under the term »Art in Public Spaces«. Previously, so-called »Art in Public Spaces« has become artistic intervention and performance which dissolve as space, language and object. It has opened up new possibilities of effect and realisation for public spaces and comprises interventions and design of location, places and spaces, theatrical stagings, language spaces, choreographiy with urban and rural communities, social and ecological projects as well as sensual anthropology. In 2010, the Muthesius Academy and the Kiel City Gallery together started a discussion with the series which is linked to current experiences mostly in Europe and demonstrates new paths which concern all those interested in bringing the significance of public spaces up-to-date.
Blow up – A sereis on the potential contribution of art to public spaces 2010 – 2014. Documentary by Ursula Schmitz-Bünder and Ronja Tolksdorf, Press Office of the Muthesius Academy. 32 pages. Status: 28.05.2014.
Ursula Schmitz-Bünder Tel. 0431 – 5198-463 email@example.com
A cooperation project of the Muthesius University and the project office of »radius of art«, an initiative of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Schleswig-Holstein, and the Bürgerstiftung Schleswig-Holsteinischer Gedenkstätten [Foundation for the Upkeep of Schleswig-Holstein Monuments].
Anke Müffelmann (Project Leader) Tel .0431 – 9066130/36, firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. Arnold Dreyblatt Tel. 0431 – 5198-437, email@example.com
Remembrance Culture in Schleswig-Holstein after 1945
A cooperation project between the Muthesius University, Study Courses in Spatial Strategies, the History Department of the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel. It concerns an historical, functional, atmospheric, acoustic and photographic inventory by students of the Schleswig-Holstein’s locations Ladelund, Schleswig, Ahrensbök and Kaltenkirchen. In the second phase, concepts were created for the contemporary renovation of the presentation forums at the locations.
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Fromm and Prof. Dr. Karl Heinrich Pohl (ed.): »Das Lager verschwand aus dem kommunalen Gedächtnis – Erinnerungskulturen in Schleswig-Holstein nach 1945«. A publication in cooperation between the Muthesius Academy and the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel. With text and photographs by Anna Katharina Baake, Hauke Burghart, Marike Fentsahm, Ludwig Fromm, Tobias Hahn, Nina Heidemann, Daniela Kneiding, Ingo Kolar, Claudia Kuhn, Heinrich Pohl, Malte Prochnow, Fabian Rook, Ayse Sayar, Kathrin Sehrbrock, Hagen Stolp, Lars Thode. Design: Johannes Markus Frerichs. Wachholz Verlag, Neumünster: September 2011. 154 pages. ISBN 978-3-529-02442-9.
Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Ludwig Fromm Tel. 0431 – 5198-469, firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. Dr. Karl Heinrich Pohl Tel. 0431 – 880-1483, email@example.com