Recent Submissions

  • No Waste Cooking - An Exploration of Politics as Redistribution of the Sensible 

    Gunnerød, Sissel (Universitetsbiblioteket OsloMet, 2019)
    Life in affluent, big city society with huge amounts of easily accessible food results in extensive food waste on different levels, causing greenhouse gas emissions. The aim of this article is to explore and discuss ...
  • Roles of Design Processes Models as Didactic Materials 

    von Bohemia, Erik; Bravo, Ursula (Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2019)
    We argue that visual representations of design processes contribute toward social and material practices of design(ing). They are used as didactic devices. We will discuss them using metaphors to illustrate that they are ...
  • Networking for strengthening design literacy 

    Reitan, Janne Beate; Brodshaug, Irene (Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2019)
    This article focuses on design education for the general public and the ways in which students and teachers can become more design literate through the development of networks, such as professional groups for teachers. The ...
  • Norwegian Theatre – a blind spot on cultural policy’s participatory agenda? 

    Berg, Ine Therese (Universitetsforlaget, 2019-09-27)
    Audience participation is a concept discussed across the areas of cultural policy, cultural management, aesthetic theory, and artistic practice. The starting point of this article is an interest in how cultural policy ...
  • Teatervitenskap etter vendingen mot deltagelse – disiplinære skillelinjer for fall? 

    Berg, Ine Therese (Dramaturgi, Aarhus UniversitetTeatervidenskab, Københavns Universitet, DramatikeruddannelsenDen Danske Scenekunst Skole, 2019-12-02)
    Publikumsdeltagelse gjør at skillet mellom teater og sosial hendelse viskes ut, noe som utfordrer teaterbegrepet som baserer seg på relasjonen mellom sal og scene. Med utgangspunkt i Erika Fischer-Lichte og Willmar Sauters ...
  • Framing the concept design literacy for a general public 

    Lutnæs, Eva (Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2019-11-04)
    Educating the general public to be design literate can be a catalyst for both environmental protection and degradation, human aid and human-made disasters depending on how the scope of design is framed – and how ‘design ...
  • Hva er meningen? – Momenter av nærvær i et kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid 

    Dahlsveen, Heidi (OsloMet — storbyuniversitetet, 2019-03-26)
    Denne artikkelen søker å forstå hva mening er i et kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid. Videre ønsker artikkelen å bidra til en diskurs knyttet til dagens fortelleres arbeidsmetode mot et scenisk uttrykk. Det kunstneriske ...
  • Framing the concept design literacy for a general public 

    Lutnæs, Eva (Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2019-11-04)
    Educating the general public to be design literate can be a catalyst for both environmental protection and degradation, human aid and human-made disasters depending on how the scope of design is framed – and how ‘design ...
  • Social innovation for modified consumption by means of the school subject Art and craft 

    Neuberg, Anita (Academy for Design Management Academy, 2019-11-04)
    In this paper I will take a look at how one can facilitate the change in consumption through social innovation, based on the subject of art and design in Norwegian general education. This paper will give a presentation of ...
  • Hvorfor elever mangler kompetente lærere i Kunst og håndverk 

    Nielsen, Liv Merete; Lepperød, Janne (OsloMet - Storbyuniversitetet, 2019-12-31)
    Hele 50% av de lærerne som underviser i faget Kunst og håndverk i grunnskolen har ingen studiepoeng i faget. Det er et svakere resultat enn for 20 år siden, og da er det nærliggende å tro at det svake resultatet skyldes ...
  • Working Together: Cooperation or Collaboration? 

    Kvellestad, Randi Veiteberg; Stana, Ingeborg; Vatn, Gunhild (Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2019-11-04)
    Teamwork involves different types of interactions—specifically cooperation and collaboration—that are necessary in education and many other professions. The differences between cooperation and collaboration underline the ...
  • Research Ethics of Becoming: Approaches Beyond Moral Laws 

    Johansson, Lotta; Hall, Jeffrey Brooks (University of California Press, 2020-01-13)
    This paper explores the post-qualitative notion of “ethics of becoming” through a critique of common understandings of ethical approaches to research. By applying Deleuze’s reading of Spinoza, the ethics of becoming are ...
  • Learning to create images with computer code 

    Haakonsen, Peter; Fauske, Laila Belinda (Academy for Design Innovation Management (ADIM), 2019-11-04)
    Programming is becoming a part of the school curricula in Norway both in lower and upper secondary education – this includes subjects such as art, design and craft. What can programming contribute to the learning processes ...
  • FeLT- The Futures of Living Technologies 

    Bergaust, Kristin; Nichele, Stefano (BCS Learning and Development Ltd, 2019-06)
    FeLT- The Futures of Living Technologies is a research project, but also an initiative to build an environment for interdisciplinary research and education of national and international significance with a strong innovative ...
  • Ethics of artificial intelligence demarcations 

    Hansen, Anders Braarud; Nichele, Stefano (Springer, 2019)
    In this paper, we present a set of key demarcations, particularly important when discussing ethical and societal issues of current AI research and applications. Properly distinguishing issues and concerns related to ...
  • Klasserommet som Agora – et reelt demokratisk rom? 

    Storsve, Kristine; Rasmussen, Bjørn K.; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens (Dramaturgi, Aarhus UniversitetTeatervidenskab, Københavns UniversitetDramatikeruddannelsen, Aarhus TeaterDen Danske Scenekunst Skole, 2019-12-02)
    I artikkelen undersøker vi hvorvidt en spesifikk dramapraksis kan bidra til å styrke klasserommets potensial som demokratisk arena. Diskusjonen knytter an til Rancières politiske estetikk, og begrepet om Agora i radikal ...
  • Faglige forventninger i grunnskolefaget Kunst og håndverk. Topoi fra læreres oppgavetekster 

    Lutnæs, Eva (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2019)
    Gjennom vurdering settes det ord på et fag, og ordene lærerne velger viser elevene veier inn i faget. Artikkelen går nært på læreres språk i oppgavetekster fra faget Kunst og håndverk ved ungdomsskoler i 17 av Norges 19 ...
  • Demokratisk samhandling: drama- og teaterpedagogiske læringsformer som demokratisk praksis og tilpasset opplæring i skolen 

    Storsve, Kristine; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens; Rasmussen, Bjørn K. (Idunn, 2019-06-04)
    Overordnet del av læreplan for grunnskoleni slår fast at man i fremtidens skole bør anvende elevaktive undervisningsmetoder som en form for demokratisk praksis. Vi kan lese at «/…/ elever som lærer om og gjennom skapende ...
  • Gathering of the Hive: Investigating the clustering behaviour of honeybees through art and swarm robotics 

    Roen, Haakon Haraldsen; Varankian, Vako; Nichele, Stefano; Bergaust, Kristin (MIT Press, 2019)
    In the Gathering of the Hive project, the societal and ecological implications, as well as technological possibilities of swarm robotics are explored through artistic methodology applied to Artificial Life. These matters ...
  • Covariations between the Indian Oceandipole and ENSO: a modeling study 

    Wang, Hui; Kumar, Arun; Narapusetty, Balachandrudu; Seip, Knut Lehre (Springer, 2019-07-11)
    The coevolution of the Indian Ocean dipole (IOD) and El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is examined using both observational data and coupled global climate model simulations. The covariability of IOD and ENSO is analyzed ...

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