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Ongoing Research Projects

Queer Moving Images

Research Director: Anna Linder, Film, Swedish Research Council

The aim of this study is to investigate queer and feminist moving images, a film culture that is often rendered invisible in, and written out of, contexts such as film history, archives and exhibitions. The project aims to contribute to increasing the availability of the films by means of curatorial practice including screenings and the production of DVDs. This project is funded by the Swedish Research Council.

Stretched: Expanding Notions of Artistic Practice through Artist-led Cultures

Research Director: Jason E. Bowman, Fine Art, Swedish Research Council

Stretched: Expanding Notions of Artistic Practice through Artist-led Cultures’ is a three-year long (2015-2018), Fine Art practice-based research project funded by the Swedish Research Council.


The Children's Film School

Pedagogical Project, Project Leader: Linda Sternö, Film

The Children’s Film School encourages children to capture their own unique moments. Through the camera lens, the young filmmakers are able to increase their understanding of the world, to discover and take an interest in the world around them.

Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest

Research Director: Sarah Tuck, Post-Doctor in Photography, with an emphasis on Photography and Human Rights, Hasselblad Foundation and Valand Academy
The two year research project Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest considers how drone technologies impact on photography and human rights, opening up questions about the vertical dimensions of surveillance, warfare and protest.

Disturbed Ecologies

Research Director: Elke Marhöfer, International Postdoc, Swedish Research Council
Marhöfer’s research project, Disturbed Ecologies, aims at creating new sensations and visualizations that are able to integrate ecology into art. The project will be realized through joint research with farmers, foresters and ecologists working in the Kansai-region in Japan.


Dave Beech, Viceprefect for Research
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