28 March 2022 from 14:00 - 18:00 (CEST / GMT+2)
Room: 1.343 (Teorifagbygget Hus 1)
The ASSW workshop will gather representatives of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, local and Indigenous communities. We set up the following objectives to frame our discussions and further activities:
- To explore creative possibilities of art, science, local and Indigenous knowledge to understand interdependencies and interrelations within Arctic social-ecological systems.
- To examine drivers of infrastructure change in the Arctic social-ecological systems as a case-study for possible future collaboration.
- To discuss collaborative scientific and artistic practices based on analysis of case-studies at the fringe of these cultural approaches.
- To define the most effective ways to represent co-created understandings of Arctic sustainability for the wider audience.
Organizer: Vera Kuklina
Moderator: Marya Rozanova-Smith (George Washington University)
14:00 Vera Kuklina (George Washington University): Introduction
14:05 Andrei Petrov (University of Northern Iowa): Theoretical underpinnings for Arts, Science, Local and Indigenous Knowledge (ArtSLInK)
14:15 Olga Zaslavskaya (Independent curator): Presentation of an exhibition “Remote Roadscapes and Beyond”
14:20 Digital multimedia presentation “Remote Roadscapes and Beyond”
14:45 Olga Povoroznyuk (University of Vienna): Disseminating Research on Arctic Infrastructure: from CoRe to InfraNorth
14:55 Anna Gossman-Stammler (University of Lapland): Living-by-the-river: human and more-than-human relationship (case study from Sakha Yakutia)
15.05 Nikolay Shiklomanov (George Washington University): Physical science perspective on collaboration with artists and local and Indigenous communities
16:00 James Temte (Alaska Pacific University): Community Inspired Public Art for Positive Change (video presentation)
16:10 Olga Kisseleva (University of Sorbonne): Master-class “Arctic Herbarium: Indigenous Knowledge from the Arctic and Elsewhere” (in-person)