Led by Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, HSM Academy of Music and Drama. This research arc engages with scholarship, artistic research and creative work related to intersectional feminism, decoloniality and queer studies.
On the theme Intersectional Engagements
In fall 2018, Intersectional Engagements in Politics in Art will continue to host Dialogues. Among these are a Dialogue with Hagar Kotef, which has been rescheduled from spring, and collaborations with Gothenburg Dance and Theatre Festival (GDTF), Scener & Samtal, and Göteborg Art Sounds (GAS).
August 20, Dialogue in collaboration with the Gothenburg Dance and Theatre Festival, “Between Reality and Fiction”
With Christiane Jatahy, director, in conversation with Patricia Lorenzoni, Uppsala University and Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, HSM.
Location: Kristallfoajén, Stora Teatern, Gothenburg
September 6, Dialogue, “Violence, Desire, and Settler Colonialism”
With Hagar Kotef, SOAS/University of London in conversation with Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, HSM
Location: Glasshouse, Akademin Valand, Gothenburg.
September 29, Dialogue, “Collective Amnesia – a conversation with Koleka Putuma”
Koleka Putuma, performance poet, in conversation with Elisabeth Hjorth, Akademin Valand.
Moderated by Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, HSM. A collaboration with Scener & Samtal
Location: Museum of World Culture, Gothenburg
October 5, Dialogue, “The Role of Art in a Rapidly Changing World”. In collaboration with Gothenburg Art Sounds (GAS),
With Peter Burton – director, Joost Fonteyne – director, Du Yun – composer, multi-instrumentalist and performance artist and Staffan Mossenmark – professor of composition.
Location: Atalante, Gothenburg.
October 30, Dialogue, “Women and War, Struggle and Stories“ in collaboration with The Market Theatre, and the Embassy of Sweden
Beverly Ditsie – director and producer for film and tv/activist, Kristina Hagström-Ståhl – PARSE professor HSM, Gail Smith – writer/journalist/spokespersonand Redi Thlabi – author/broadcaster/talkshow host. Moderated by Katarina Hedrén – film curator/writer.
Location: The Market Photo Workshop Auditorium, Johannesburg, South Africa
February 15, Dialogue, “Two sides of a coin: A reading of contemporary and traditional art practices in Turkey“. In collaboration with the Gender Studies program at the Department of Cultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg.
With Isil Egrikavuk, Berlin-based performance artist and scholar from Turkey.
Location: Glashuset, Valand Academy, Gothenburg.
February 22, 2019 Intersectional Engagements Research Symposium in collaboration with the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies (CCHS).