Artistic encounters
in war and violent conflict

INSPIRE Seminar Series Spring 2022

We are really exited to invite you once again to a new semester of the INSPIRE Seminar Series spring 2022. The seminars will take place monthly, on Wednesdays from 12:00-13:00 CET, online, with invited researchers and artists.

  • 16 March 2022 - Larissa-Diana Furhmann and Dr. Simone Pfeifer: reClaim: Digital curatorial practices as ethnographic intervention. Click here to see the recording of the seminar.
  • 30 March 2022 - Lois Klassen: Research and Creation in Sites of Ethical Demand: Models of Conduct and Practice. This seminar will be held at 15:00-16:00 CET. Click here to see the recording of the seminar.
  • 11 May 2022 - Cecilia Salinas: The Use of an Art-Based Approach in the Exploration of Trauma and Resilience. Click here to see the recording of the seminar.
  • 8 June 2022 - Ibrahim Mursal: Identity, Alienation and Exclusion. Click here to see the recording of the seminar.

The seminar series will circulate around different themes such as; Ethics and research with artists; Arts-based methods and collaborative research methods; Researching art, artists, and conflict/war/post conflict; Collaborative methods – researchers’ and artists’ perspectives; Arts as a transformation – in the context of violent conflict and war; Engaged scholarship.''

The seminar series is a space for artists, researchers and cultural institutions. It is in a form of an open format that will be adapted to a specific seminar - sometimes as a performance, sometimes as a conversation, sometimes as a presentation. The seminars are open to all interested in these topics. All welcome!

For more news and updates about the INSPIRE research project at PRIO, make sure to check this website and follow PRIO Centre on Culture and Violent Conflict (CCC) on Facebook.