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  • 1. Brännström, Andreas
    et al.
    Ericsson, Mattias
    Lundqvist, Camilla
    Norberg, Micael
    Umeå University, Faculty of Arts, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.
    Willemark, Alva
    Österholm, Johan
    Kite Aerial Photography - Hué2014Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    The Kite Aerial Photography - Hué project started with the intention from Mattias Ericsson and me Micael Norberg to work artistically on a jointly project with students from di erent art schools and from di erent cultures. We had an idea of building bridges both artistically and culturally. We traveled to Hué in Vietnam in order to explore new ways to collaborate and  nd new artistic meth- ods. We wanted to use kites and send our cameras up in the air to make aerial pictures. We tried to  nd a way to control events and by that also control our artistic outcome and understanding. But in the The Kite Aerial Photography project we had no control. The weather controlled our kites. The place and the language controlled what we knew and understood. What was left was to look into ourself and negate a compromise. The leftovers became documentations of an experience.And now I am looking back at those events, wondering what really happened. I am using words, trying to create an image of my memories and of my experience - hot air, smells and noise. Experi- ences I can’t communicate fully in words. You as a viewer will never feel them and I will only remember them. We will also remember di erently. Every participant have their own image ofwhat happened during those days in Hué. The feeling of being di erent, not understanding and being an outsider made us all meet ourselves in di erent ways. We believed that language would build bridges of understanding, and maybe it did. But here we are now. A long time has passed since we returned from Hué. What we have left are images and memories. I remember smells and emotions and in this state between memory and fact a tension is created. A juxtaposition of con ict- ing feelings. I look at the photographs now with a new understanding. We tried to move out of our comfort-zone looking for the unseen, the enigma, where memory and re ection becomes a liminal state. I now realize that knowledge is not fact or truth, but a state that we can call ”not knowing”. A state which for me is the very basic for understanding, and by that becoming the very essence of art.

  • 2. Ericsson, Mattias
    et al.
    Norberg, Micael
    Umeå University, Faculty of Arts, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.
    The Animation Manual2012Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    “The Animation Manual” started off with the idea of trying to tie together our own art practice with a workshop in animation.

    We travelled to Hué in Vietnam to work together with students and teachers at Hué College of Fine Arts. By placing our self in a different cultural context and collecting material that could become a base of a manual we wanted to explore the process and document the experiences we encountered in this meeting.

  • 3.
    Norberg, Micael
    Umeå University, Faculty of Arts, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.
    Jag Buddha och mig själv: noteringar2012Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    “Jag hade önskan om att detta arbete skulle handla om lycka och att jag skulle kunna förstå lycka, framgång och vad de begreppen betyder. Jag utgick från perspektivet om min egen lycka (som om jag visste vad lycka var) men upptäckte snabbt att jag fick börja med att utgå från ingenting. Mina förutfattade meningar och dualistiska tankesätt fick mig att inse att jag måste börja om från början. Det blev ett antal ord satta i en följd med en förhoppning om att de skapar någon slags berättelse. Inte en berättelse om makt, strukturer, sex eller politik utan en betraktelse av olika tillstånd som tillsammans bildar en minnesbild. Det är noteringar kring händelser. Det handlar kanske mest om att gå.”

  • 4.
    Norberg, Micael
    et al.
    Umeå University, Faculty of Arts, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.
    Ewadotter, Emma
    Umeå University, Faculty of Arts, Humlab.
    A permanent mark on a physical body2014Book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    Boiling down a conversation that has been ongoing for years to a few pages of text is a complicated thing to do. Boiling down experiences gathered over the span of half a lifetime is even more so. In the beginning of this project, mingling two different people’s notions of existence into one body of text seemed to provide nothing but confusion and frustration. But there turned out to be some points of connection, bright lights that started to indicate a path. It was loosely defined, sometimes lost from sight, but nonetheless a common ground. What started to emerge was a shared notion of being. A being among beings. Being aware of the creeping sensation of becoming aware through a bodily experience. Being there-ness, a sensation brought upon the flesh through needles and patterns. It could have been anything, of course. The prick of the needle is just the beginning, the thin sliver of sunlight indicating that a door has been opened. Walking through that door is a different thing altogether…

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