via Anne Marit Waade
The University of Aarhus is holding a PhD workshop on Visual Culture and Visual Methods, June 10-16. Exploring innovative approaches to practice and artefact-based research, participants will have an introductory session with keynotes before embarking to Northside music festival as their research location.
We will use the festival as a laboratory for different types of empirical studies. We will focus on the exploration of how visual impressions and expressions, including digital visual media (such as Instagram, mobile camera, website) interweaves with (maybe reinforces, maybe contradicts?) the participant’s experience of the music festival.
Keynote speakers are
- Sarah Pink, Professor in Design Research Institute, School of Media and Communications at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
- Annette Markham, Affiliate Professor of Digital Ethics& Communication, Loyola University, Chicago, and Associate Professor in Information
Studies, Aarhus University
- Anne Marit Waade, Associate Professor, Media studies, Dept. of Aesthetics & Communication, Aarhus University, Denmark
Apply by April 1 via the workshop website.
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