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Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo [1446]
  • Wo(rk)manship: Transforming reduction into tessellating multi-block relief prints 

    Browne, Victoria Rowena (Journal article, 2021)
    This article documents practice-led research from the artist’s position as print ‘maker’ within contemporary craft. The methodology embodies David Pye’s first-hand account of the workmanship of risk. The project integrates ...
  • Transforming Reduction into Multi-Block Relief Printing: Integrating ‘found’ knowledge of living archives into the pedagogic delivery at Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, Norway 

    Browne, Victoria Rowena (Journal article, 2022)
    ‘Living archives are practices and environments that connect the organisation, curation, and transmission of memory with present-bound creative, performative, and participatory processes. Recent trends in the democratisation ...
  • Narrative Tensions in Strained Elite Junior Performers' Experiences of Becoming Elite Performers 

    Haraldsen, Heidi Marian; Abrahamsen, Frank Eirik; Solstad, Bård Erlend; Halvari, Hallgeir (Journal article, 2021-06-03)
    Contextualized within narrative theory and the field of talent identification and development systems (TIDS), this interview study examined strained junior elite performers’ experiences of becoming elite performers while ...
  • The Treasure Hunt 

    Hammer, Jan Peter (Phd i kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid - Avdeling Kunstakademiet;, Doctoral thesis, 2022)
    The artistic research project The Treasure Hunt is an speculative investigation into the reward-oriented logics of contemporary capitalism, where treasure refers to both the ‘cultural treasures’ of the art market and the ...
  • RHEME 

    Wisløff, Isak (Working paper; Design product; Learning object; Others, 2022-11-07)
    Literally a rheme (project title) defines a clause that gives information about the theme, but does not follow from the theme: e.g. it provides new information. In this project, we have let a selection of emoticons from ...

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