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Workshop Seminar (February)
February 11 @ 11:15 - 13:00
We would like to invite you to our first FeLT Workshop seminar for this year on the 11th of February 2022.
This workshop will be hybrid where you can participate either physically or digitally. It will be held physically in PP33, 1st floor boardroom and on zoom.
Welcome and short introduction to the FeLT project and seminars by Kristin Bergaust,
project leader of FeLT.
FeLT master students presentations:
Glare Eugenio Dumo: “Interactive Evolution of Artificial Life Art”, in
supervision with Stefano Nichele and Pedro Lind. 10 minutes presentation, 5 minutes
Jannicke Tanita Børresen Bech: «Shadows – interactivity in the art museum» in
supervision with Kristin Bergaust and Maria Castellanos, supported by Mikkel Wettre. 10
minutes presentation, 5 minutes comments
Veronika Sellner, resident research fellow at FeLT, OsloMet in the spring term.
Veronika is a PhD candidate in the Digital Culture and Creative Industries programme
at Faculty of Arts MUNI. She has background in art and media theory and in her research she
focuses on the intersection of artistic practice, synthetic biology and ecology from the
theoretical perspectives of flat ontology, critical posthumanism, postantropocentrism,
feminism and current critiques of neoliberalism.
Abstract of Veronika’s research:
On the intersection of art, science and technology, the ongoing PhD project explores artistic
interventions in the field of synthetic biology or synthetic ecology. It draws on thinking about
the categories of technology and nature and their interconnection such as posthumanism, as
well as approaches to the redefinition of humanity and the status of non-human actors,
including flat ontology. Two of the main answers this research is aiming to provide are on (1)
working with and for the non-human actors, (2) how to better describe the “horizontal”
relations between human and non-human actors.
In other words: I will lay down the theoretical foundation and the process (methods and
tools) of this research project. By outlining its dominant concepts as well as introducing the
work in progress, I hope to start a multilogue with you: fill and/or create gaps in the research