Joint sessions

Thursday 11 january 18.00-19.00 in Studion - Cross track illustrations with food

Information Design's illustration students and Urban sketchers Eskilstuna will make visual comments during some of the track sessions, to create a visual link between the tracks and embody the conference content in a visual way. There will be an exhibition of the illustrations from Thursday's sessions during the dinner, as an inspiration for chats while you mingle.

Thursday 11 january 19.00 Outdoors after gathering in Studion - Derivé, with Eva Marichalar Frexia

The aim for this track is to create a performative situation where all participants focus on the fact of spending some time together as a poetic gesture of being, listening and sharing. We will dérive: walk our territory with no other previous plan than following those impulses, intuitions, and stimulus that every walk prompts us with.

Friday 12 january 08.15-08.45 in Studion - Vibrational listening for creativity, with Kristen Snyder

The day will start with vibrational listening as a warm up of our mind to get us in the right participative mood for PIN-C. Vibrational listening combines perspectives from the language of music, yogic breathing and appreciative inquiry. As humans we are in constant motion with our environment influenced by vibrations and sounds. In them are both melodies and harmony (structure and form) that help us meet these sounds, and this affects our body and our experiences. 

Friday 12 january 14.30-16.00 in Studion - Revoid Impro-musicians based on illustrations

Music in Disorder is an artistic research project funded by The Swedish Research Council and Stockholm University of the Arts. The research team is led by pianist/composer Klas Nevrin and includes Anna Lindal (violin), Katt Hernandez (violin) and Ricard Österstam (drums). Vilhelm Bromander (bass) also frequently joins in research activities. The project is taking place during 2016-2018, is established at The Royal College of Music in Stockholm, and involves a series of artistic productions, research labs and seminars in collaboration with a variety of guests.
Artistic productions are presented under the name “Revoid Ensemble” with members varying throughout the project. It constitutes an intense exploration of improvisation through a myriad of methods, sounds and moods. The variation of instruments — both acoustic and electronic — affords an array of expressive possibilities, creating a complex musical garden with micro-worlds more or less distinct from each other in some implied color, ambiance, imagined life and environment. The CD “Revoid Ensemble" (2016) won the Swedish Indie Awards in the category “Best Experimental”.

Saturday 13 january 08.15-08.45 in Studion - Vibrational listening for creativity, with Kristen Snyder

The day will start with vibrational listening as a warm up of our mind to get us in the right participative mood for PIN-C. Vibrational listening combines perspectives from the language of music, yogic breathing and appreciative inquiry. As humans we are in constant motion with our environment influenced by vibrations and sounds. In them are both melodies and harmony (structure and form) that help us meet these sounds, and this affects our body and our experiences. 

Saturday 13 january 09.00-10.30 in Studion - Designing space by exploring participatory theater methods

The Workshop focus on the ethical dilemma "How can we involve persons with dementia in change processes?" and around questions such as:

  • How do you inform people with dementia illness? How do they give their consent?
  • How may you meet the needs, views and expertise of the demented people around housing environment and activities?
  • How may you create possibilities for demented people to be part of and contribute to change processes?
  • How do you involve people who are not able to express themselves through speech or who communicate in another language?