Camping women' as learning space/place

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    Tuesday 3rd of September
    10.00 – 16.00

    Karolinelund, Aalborg
    Kjellerups Torv 5
    A World University tent

    Organizers: Professor Antje Gimmler & Professor Lisa Gjedde

    Perspectives on feminist strategies: Thought, bodies and movement

    The seminar investigates into different feminist strategies as they appear from the perspectives of art and thought. Scholars from Aalborg University and international feminist artists collaborate in this seminar to understand the ways how gender, body and identity are negotiated and questioned. Marit Benthe Norheim’s sculpture ‘Camping women’, which is owned by Aalborg University, provides a first perspective on feminist strategies. ‘Camping women’ is an impressive piece of art, five camping trailers that has been transformed into five archetypical women figures. The mobile sculpture ‘Camping women’ functions as a recreational and inspiring environment for visitors, students and staff. Made with white concrete Benthe Norheim shows how feminist strategies could work: using concrete, a symbol of modern industrialization and mastering of nature, she turns the solid material into a sculpture that shows the fragility of gender identity and is able to inspire us to redefine fixed presuppositions of gender, sex and identity. Feminist strategies could be many things, involving thought and critique, bodies and expression as well as movement and transformation. The seminar will try to use the encounter of art and thought in a creative and innovative way in order to inspire new perspectives on feminist strategies.

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    10.00 – 10.15 Welcome and introduction to the program (Antje Gimmler & Lisa Gjedde)
    10.15 – 10.45 Benthe Norheim (sculpturer): On 'Camping women'
    10.45 – 11.00 Experiencing ‘Camping women’
    11.00 – 11.30 Lisa Gjedde (AAU): 'Camping women' as learning space/place
    11.30 – 12.00 Antje Gimmler (AAU): The Sirene – The Housewife
    12.00 – 12.30 Lunch Break
    12.30 – 13.00 Rikke Steen Mapstone (cand. Fil AAU), Dance Performance
    13.00 – 13.15 Julie Borup Jensen (AAU): Our bodies – Our music
    13.15 – 14.00 Discussion on feminist strategies: Pham Tuan Tu, Eisa Jocson, Lai Thi Dieu Ha og Marit Benthe Norheim, moderator: Antje Gimmler
    14.00 Lai Thi Dieu Ha
    15.00 Eisa Jocson
    16.00 Vernissage of the art installation 'Camping women'

    Periode3 sep. 2013
    BegivenhedstitelWorld University 2.0: Perspectives on Embodied Gender
    PlaceringAalborg, DanmarkVis på kort