NAVET WEEK 2022 - Day 1 at KTH
NAVET welcomes you to NAVET WEEK 2022, a week of activities, open for everyone (free admission), including live performances, interactive installations, presentations and workshops distributed between KTH, KMH Royal College of Music, SKH Stockholm University of the Arts, Konstfack and Scenkonstmuseet – The Swedish Museum of Performing Arts.
Time: Mon 2022-12-12 13.00 - 19.00
Location: Teknikringen 1
NAVET WEEK 2022 - PROGRAMME OF DAY 1
KTH will start the week with presentations from researchers of the NAVET center, including presentations by Leif Handberg (KTH Reactor Hall) and of NAVET newly appointed Thematic Working Groups, as well as a presentation of another center, the KTH Climate Action Center, and the newly started collaboration with NAVET. The day will be concluded by a live performance and mingle.
Please register to the NAVET WEEK 2022 events here: NAVET WEEK 2022 registration form .
13.00-18.00: KTH, Teknikringen 1
Teknikringen 1, 114 28 Stockholm
This session is also available live via Zoom: kth-se.zoom.us/j/67057900567
13.00 Roberto Bresin , Opening of the second NAVET WEEK
13.20 Leif Handberg , A university of technology can also create culture: the making of the opera "The Tale of the Great Computing Machine"
13.40 Francesco Fuso Nerini, Introducing the KTH Climate Action Centre - A centre for global transformation toward SDG13 on Climate Action ( link )
14.00 Lina Persson, Elsa - A climate calculator for the Swedish film industry. www.elsa.film
14.30 Erik Natanael Gustafsson from the re|thread collective presents un|fold - A sound and light sculpture developed for the Nobel Week Lights
14.45 Roberto Bresin, Presentation of a new project collaboration between NAVET and the KTH Climate Action Centre
14.55 Roberto Bresin, Presentation of a new student festival in Art, Technology and Design
15.00 Coffee break
15.30 Presentation of three new NAVET Thematic Working Groups:
- Costanza Julia Bani and colleagues, Too Light and Too Bright ( link )
- Kjetil Falkenberg and colleagues, Music for All ( link )
- Ylva Fernaeus and colleagues, Arts and Crafts ( link )
17.00 Mingle with live music performance
Live performance by Giovanni Onorato ( link ): celycib~ for bycicle and live electronics
Sound and Light Installations
During the NAVET WEEK there are two light installations at the KTH Campus Valhallavägen which were presented during the Nobel Week Lights , two installations at Swedish Museum of Performing Arts ( Scenkonstmuseet ) and one installation in Flemingberg :
- The Tale of the Great Computing Machine - Light installation by Ludvig Elblaus , KTH, December 1-16, 2022
- un|fold - Sound and light sculpture by the re|thread collective , KTH, December 3-16, 2022
11.00-17.00 (from 31/12) The Sound Forest installation ( visit the project page for more information ), Scenkonstmuseet , Sibyllegatan 2, 114 51 Stockholm
11.00-17.00 (from 13/12) A Mic in the Dark installation, a new iteration of the A Mic in the Box installation , Scenkonstmuseet , Sibyllegatan 2, 114 51 Stockholm
9.00-17.00 Our Sound Space — An interactive and participatory sonic installation, Medicinaren 25 (NEO), Blickagången 16, Flemingsberg , December 8 2022 - March 7 2023