The article ”Vag Terräng” by Vague Research Studios, Meira Ahmemulic and Kristoffer Folkhammar is published in recent issue of Ord & Bild.
Vague Research Studios received funding from Kulturbryggan (www.kultur bryggan.se). The funding is destined the project “The Hidden”, aiming to engage surprising and self-organising sound.
In connection with the production of the film “Barnen, alkohlisterna och konstnärerna” VRS will continue to collaborate with Frölundaskolan. VRS has also initiated co-operation with 1200m2, a youth centre in Västra Frölunda. 1200 m2 offers VRS sound studio facilities for the creation of the film score. Parts of the music will be realized in a series of workshop together will the artist Gustav Lejelind, children from Frölunda skolan, youth from 1200m2 and VRS.
Vague Research Studios attended the conference ”Practice International”, IASPIS, Stockholm, November 14-16. ”What is Internationalism as a set of practices in relation to contemporary art?” The artist David Medalla, Radical pedagogy/Lisa Nyberg & Johanna Gustavsson and the group Ultrared amongst other gave their presentations within the conference theme. Ultrared also held a two days workshop elaborating the potential of sound as a tool for creative and deep conversations.
Finally, Vague Research Studios has moved into the studio at Vänmötet 3, Majorna, Gothenburg. The studio is a former milk shop with a panorama view, inside as well as outside.
Vague research studios are guest writers in the blog This Must be the Place, where we present our project Vague Terrain – Vague tissue in Västra Frölunda.