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PARSE - Platform for Artistic Research Sweden







PARSE Journal Issue #3: Repetitions and Reneges was released on July 6, 2016. Read the journal here.

PARSE is an international art and research publishing and conferencing initiative based at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Combining a biennial research conference and a twice-annually published peer-review research journal, PARSE provides a forum for dialogue between artistic researchers and researchers from other domains and disciplines.

PARSE seeks to promote an innovative multidisciplinary research culture in the arts (understood as including music, performing arts, art, design, architecture, literature, film and media.) In creating dialogues and exploring collaborations between researchers in the arts and in other disciplines, PARSE respects the need for the integrity, freedom and specificity of artistic practices.

The name PARSE has been adopted as indicative of a movement back and forth between analysis and creation, between meaning making and the analytics of meaning, between construction and re-construction. PARSE is about bridging a gap, strengthening the field of artistic research by meeting its needs for new forms of peer review, publication and conferencing. PARSE addresses a broad range of academics, artists and art audiences who are curious about the intersection of art and research, and the contribution of the arts to knowledge-making.

PARSE is supported by an Advisory Board that guides and oversees the thematic and artistic development of all the platform’s activities. The PARSE Journal Editorial Board oversees the development of the Journal and is responsible for the implementation of critical peer-review processes appropriate to research in the arts. The work of the Advisory and Editorial Boards, is supported by the Working Group based at the University of Gothenburg.

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Page Manager: Anna Frisk |Last update: 9/15/2016

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