Språk

Disputas: Charlotte Blanche Myrvold

Charlotte Blanche Myrvold forsvarer sin doktoravhandling "PUBLIC ART: URBAN LEARNING" for ph.d.-graden ved AHO tirsdag 16. mai.

-Prøveforelesning kl. 10: "What are the conceptual challenges and opportunities of joining the discourse and practice of urban planning with the discourse and practice of public and socially-engaged art?"

-Disputasen starter kl. 12

Disputasen vil foregå på engelsk.

Thesis description:
On the seaside of Oslo, the area of Bjørvika is undergoing a complete transformation in a culturally-driven redevelopment. The embeddedness of art in a process that reconfigures not only the area physically, socially and economically, but also reinvents its public character, calls for attention to how art is not only appearing in public, but also participates in the production of public arenas in the city.
 
The thesis explores ways in which public art interacts with the production of public spaces. It outlines art as a knowledge field in urban development that generates knowledge about dimensions of the city which otherwise remain unarticulated. Art is argued to enable necessary forms of urban learning and to perform an epistemological critique of the redevelopment. Public art is considered as a phenomena that we can think with in order to better understand the city as a sensible and inter-subjective field. 
 
The approach of the study is empirical and theoretical. It discusses a selection of art projects in relation to a theoretical framework foremost consisting of aesthetic philosophy, art theory and urban theory.
 
Author description:
Charlotte Blanche Myrvold (1981) holds an MA in Cross-Aesthetic studies from the University of Oslo and a BA in Urban Space from ENSAV de la Cambre in Brussel. During her fellowship, she has also been part of the academic staff of Oslo and Akershus University College and a member of the research group Art in Society. In addition to public art and urban change, her research interests include art communication, aesthetic philosophy and practice-based research methods.  
 
Supervisors
Associate Professor Janike Kampevold Larsen, Institute of Urbanism and Landscape, AHO, main supervisor. Associate Professor Boel Christensen-Scheel, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, co-supervisor
 
Adjudication Committee
Professor Shannon Jackson, University of California Berkeley. First opponent
Associate Professor Jacob Lund, Århus University. Second opponent
Professor Victor Plahte Tschudi, Institute of Form, theory, and history, AHO. Third member and coordinator 

 
0
Program:

Dato: 16 mai, 2017
Tid: 10:00 - 15:00

Sted: AHO, Auditorium Sverre Fehn
Adresse: Maridalsveien 29, 0175 Oslo

Kontakt: Rådgiver Reidun Høydal