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Autumn Intensive

7.5 credits, KONV02

Course time: Week 36 -44
Application period: 15 mars - 15 april

Autumn Intensive –Emergent

This Autumn intensive is a dedicated, temporary research programme in the form of a micro lab, operative online. While it forms a more common ground for processing non-reproducible knowledges its focus is particularly on forms and voicings of visual thinking–or where/how/when forms and voicing are becoming a kind of visual thinking.
Interdisciplinary in format, Autumn intensive brings together young artists researchers who will share both an individual as well as a collective reflection with art professionals and various scholars around specific source materials and past and present movements that stretch disciplinary limits and normative artistic-critical thinking.

For this pilot micro lab, that is, first initiation of Intensive, the theme of Emergent stands as a figure and metaphor. Emergent as in the process of coming into being; or knowledge as an emergent of a particular sensual thinking that pushes disciplinary boundaries.
Overall, the content of Autumn intensive ranges from philosophy, art theory and art history, art science and media studies, critical theory in relation to contemporary discussions in art, literature.

Inclusive by its nature, Autumn intensive is an online (poststudio) course that aims for establishing various kinds of non-reproducible, singular, knowledges on the basis of the individual singular research proposals to be submitted at the end of the course. As an extended ‘meeting without walls’ it is open to postgraduate students who are invited to join after responding to an open call. Emergent hosts maximum 20 participants-students without limiting the community to a local–site specific multitude.

You apply through 
Admission to the course requires 180 credits in visual arts or equivalent and approved work sample as well as fulfilment of general entry requirements.
The work samples shall consist of 3-4 art works, an individual research plan and a text that describes your artistic work and your motivation why you are applying to Malmö Art Academy.
To apply you start with creating an account and apply on, you find the course under courses autumn (höst) 2024, after that you send your work samples research plan and text to Malmö Art Academy, via Autumnintensive24 [at] khm [dot] lu [dot] se 
If you are sending heavy files, please use Wetransfer.
Make sure to add the application number you got from, your name and the name of the course you apply to.