Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 521358
Sist endret: 27. mai 2020 14:02

Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 521358
Sist endret: 27. mai 2020 14:02
Prosjekt

Circumstantial Sculpture

prosjektleder

Marte Johnslien
ved Avdeling Kunst og håndverk ved Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Avdeling Kunst og håndverk ved Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

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  • Doktorgradsprosjekt

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Avsluttet
Start: 3. oktober 2016 Slutt: 1. juni 2020

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Tittel

Circumstantial Sculpture

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

The project Circumstantial Sculpture aims to address the question: how can ideas expressed through sculptures and their circumstances challenge a dualistic worldview and promote a perspective that focuses on connections and relationships? The use of ceramics as a point of departure invites a wide-ranging discussion of the question, due to the medium’s use of both man-made and natural materials and processes. The project will look at how ceramic objects can embody the referential material and form a synthesis with the chosen topics.
According to my concept of circumstantial sculpture, the use of ceramic materials and techniques has the potential to create synthesis with large contexts and thereby challenge common conceptions of the topics. Some of the contexts that I deal with are: ecology, nature, perception and systems/networks. The materiality of colour and clay’s ability to bond with other materials are two aspects of the medium which are central in my work. In my work with titanium dioxide in the project White to Earth, I experiment with the effect of the material in ceramic sculpture and connect it both to the way it performs as an agent in the commercial world and its negative effect on our environment. The documentation from my research on the material, and the experiences I have gained during my work in the ceramic labs, are folded together in the process to expose potential connections between them. Such intermediate connections are also activated in the project A Square on a Sphere, which is concerned with our perception of space and physical dimensions and makes use of the technique of steel-reinforced ceramics.
The artistic research work Circumstantial Sculpture is a multifaceted and experimental investigation of sculpture in general and, more specifically, of ceramic objects and materials. At its core lies the idea that art can be a powerful means for making connections between materials and phenomena, through its ability to speak of that which is in between. The project moves outside established traditions and formats in an attempt to highlight hidden points of connection.

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Marte Johnslien

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Resultater Resultater

Circumstantial Sculpture. REFLECTION.

Johnslien, Marte. 2019, KHIODoktorgradsavhandling

Hvitt til Jord.

Johnslien, Marte. 2020, Hvitt til Jord. KHIOKunstutstilling

A Square on a Sphere: Marte Johnslien.

Johnslien, Marte. 2018, A Square on a Sphere: Marte Johnslien. KHIOKunstutstilling
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