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NAVET Week December 2022

NAVET WEEK 2022

NAVET WEEK 2022 - December 12-16

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.

PROGRAMME

Monday 12/12: KTH Royal Institute of Technology

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.

13.00-18.00: KTH, Teknikringen 1

Address: 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:

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 :

Tuesday 13/12: KMH Royal College of Music


KMH Royal College of Music  will offer presentation from a wide range of research projects by PhD students and faculty, including a session dedicate to "Sound and Light Interaction", a dance performance and screening of two newyly produced audio-visual representations.

==> CLICK HERE FOR ZOOM LINK FOR PRESENTATIONS AT KMH ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC ON 13/12  <==

9.00-14.00 KMH, Lilla salen, Valhallavägen 105

Address: Valhallavägen 105, 115 51 Stockholm

9.00-11.30 Research at KMH

9.00-9.10 Johannes Landgren Welcome and introduction

9.10-9.30 Thanh Thuy Nguyen Video essay: "The Sorrow Turns Yellow"

9.30-9.45 George Kentros "Back to the future: case studies in alternative interpretation."

9.45-10.00 Susanne Rosenberg "A tight rope walk" artistic process and research

10.00-10.25 PAUS

10.25-10.45 Kim Hedås Nu (2021) electroacoustic piece in 29.4, 11’30’’

10.45-11.00 Anna Backman Bister Choir leader practice – what and in what cultural environments? (Anna Backman Bister, Pia Bygdéus & Cecilia Jepsson)

11.00-11.10 Kaja Korošec The roles of music in the well-being of autistic adults

11.10-11.25 Klas Nevrin Intensive listening, radical relationality and the micropolitics of artistic co-creation

11.30-12.30 Lunch

12.30-14.00 Sound and Light: four presentations and panel discussion (KMH, Lilla salen)

12.30 Roberto Bresin (KTH) introduction

12.40 Derek Holzer (KTH) & Luka Aron (KMH), Laser Phase Synthesis

12.55 Claudio Panariello (KTH) & Emma Frid (KTH/IRCAM), Combining Sound, Light and Haptics in the Design of Accessible Multisensory Music Experiences for Pre-Verbal Children

13.10 Olof Misgeld (KMH & KTH), Dancing Dots - the exhibition

13.25 Johan Fröst (KMH & KTH), MAS-Music as Script

13.40 Panel discussion 

14.00-14.20 Hans Lindetorp (KMH & KTH) ,”Designing technology for sound and music in interactive media”

14.30-15.30 Stefan Carlén (Handels) Music in the store: How music affects retail workers

15.30-16.00 PAUS

Performance and audio-visual interpretations

16.00-16.30 Johan Fröst (KMH & KTH) Audio-visual interpretations from MAS-Music as Script

16.30-17.00 PAUS

17.00-17.30 Olof Misgeld (KMH & KTH) Performance: Dancing Dots - the exhibition

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 :

Wednesday 14/12: Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet) & SKH Stockholm University of the Arts

Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet) and SKH Stockholm University of the Arts invite you to a day filled with workshops, presentations and interactive installations.

10.00-12.00 Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet) - Open workshop around the topic "music for all"

 Address: Sibyllegatan 2, 114 51 Stockholm

==> This session is also available live via Zoom: kth-se.zoom.us/j/67057900567  <==

Welcome to an open workshop around the topic "music for all".
10:00 Welcome, we introduce the NAVET "Music for all" thematic working group , chaired by Kjetil Falkenberg (KTH).

10:10 Maria Svahn presents her work on an accessible musical instrument for persones with cognitive disability, which also resulted in initiating the company  " Funki ". Funki is currently part of KTH's incubator programme and was awarded SIQ's "Quality Innovation Award 2022".

10:25 Karolina Shi presents her work on sound event representation to deaf and hard-of-hearing visitors to museums. The study was performed in collaboration with Tekniska Museet and Tsukuba University in Japan.

11:00 Students from KTH present the B-bender virtual guitar in augmented and mixed reality. The project is done in collaboration with Guitars - The Museum  in Umeå.

After the presentations, Maria and the VR guitar group lead a hands-on session where the participants can try the Funki instruments and the B-bender.

Following this, we invite participants to discuss the several perspectives of music for all, from composition, production, musicking, listening to distribution.

13.00-14.30 SKH Stockholm University of the Arts, Valhallavägen 189

Address: Valhallavägen 189, 115 53 Stockholm

Is it sticky yet? Josephine Rydberg - A collaborative PhD candidate in Film and media is offering an opportunity to step into immersive VR with a comparison to an analogue mirror exercise. What can we take with us into the metaverse?

15.30-17.00 Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet)

Free admission

Address: Sibyllegatan 2, 114 51 Stockholm

 ==> This session is also available live via Zoom: kth-se.zoom.us/j/67057900567  <==

Composer and PhD candidate Claudio Panariello introduces to the new sound, haptics, and light design for the Sound Forest Installation, and A Mic in the Dark, a new temporary installation running during the NAVET WEEK 2022 only.

15.30 Claudio Panariello, Introduction to the Sound Forest installation ( visit the project page for more information )

16.15 Claudio Panariello, Introduction to the A Mic in the Dark installation, a new iteration of the A Mic in the Box installation 

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 :

Thursday 15/12: Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet)

 Free admission

Address: Sibyllegatan 2, 114 51 Stockholm

Composer and PhD candidate Claudio Panariello will be introducing visitors to the new sound, haptics, and light design for the Sound Forest Installation, and A Mic in the Dark, a new temporary installation running during the NAVET WEEK 2022 only.

Claudio Panariello and Roberto Bresin will dialogue with visitors of the installations.

11.00-17.00 A Mic in the Dark installation, a new iteration of the A Mic in the Box installation  by Claudio Panariello

11.00-17.00 The Sound Forest installation ( visit the project page for more information )

13.00-17.00 Drawing sounds - Visitors are invited to draw the sounds they experienced while interacting with the Sound Forest and A mic in the Dark installations

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 :

Friday 16/12: Konstfack - University of Arts, Craft and Design

10.00-14.00 Konstfack - Sonic Spaces

Adress: LM Ericssons Väg 14, 126 27 Hägersten

This year Konstfack organizes a serier of improvisations and performances with sound and sonic spaces in focus. Everyone is welcome!

10.00 Quad by Samuel Beckett, reinterpreted by participants of the professional course Sound in Interaction at Konstfack

11.00 Espèces d’Espaces / Species of Spaces. The sonic space experienced, projected, imagined. A series of live improvisations on a virtual acoustic space. Ricardo Atienza, Niklas Billström, Ilaria Capalbo, Leif Jordansson, Robin McGinley

12:00 Break

13.00 mälar89sl, collective live improvisation on a video score

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 :

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