Explore documentation of the Pavilion’s second exhibition

The Research Pavilion’s second exhibition during July 8 to August 13 was Florian Dombois’ Galleria del Vento . The artist-researcher’s workings were documented...

Hauntopia / What If exhibition catalogue available online

The Research Pavilion's third exhibition, HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF is open September 8 - October 15 at Sala del Camino. The exhibition's catalogue is available for...

Students’ posters take over the streets of Venice

Eight master’s students of the Academy of Fine Arts will take over Venice and the Research Pavilion in a set of three Camino Events. One of them includes...

Hauntopia / What If explores ghostly aesthetics

HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF Exhibition, September 8 – October 15, 2017 EARN Conference, September 8 and 9, 2017 Save the date: Exhibition opening,...

Florian Dombois sets sail for Research Pavilion’s second exhibition

What would Venice be without wind? Where is the wind when it isn’t blowing? And how might the idea of research be made fruitful for the arts? The program of...

reSite project in the Pavilion 19-26 June

The project reSite with artists Ingvild Holm, Edvine Larssen, Cecilie Semec, Lisa Torell, Brynjar Bandlien and Bjørnar Habbestad has been initiated on Monday,...

Choreography takes over the Research Pavilion

(photo #CHARP rehearsal I Vincent Roumagnac) The last week of June, 2017 at the University of the Arts’ Research Pavilion in Venice is dedicated to...

Opening week continues with engaging program

The Research Pavilion opened its doors Wednesday May 10 with a party at the Sala del Camino venue in Venice’s Giudecca island. The opening week continues with...

Uniarts Helsinki's IssueX magazine dedicated to Research Pavilion

The May issue of Uniarts Helsinki's magazine, IssueX, has now been published. The magazine is a thematical publication that is published twice a...

Collaboration across borders

Universities play an increasingly important role in shaping our society and the future. In addition to providing education and increasing students’ knowledge and...

City of broken umbrellas

VENICE IS A MEDIEVAL TRADE CITY. It has an affinity with cities on the Silk Road. The Silk Road was full of people and goods, and every city along the route was...

Creativity through disability

A chance reunion of two artist-researchers at the Theatre Academy has led to a groundbreaking joint project during this year’s Research Pavilion. BECOMING...

Dialogue is the purpose

The field of artistic research offers an opportunity for artists to conduct investigative activities without market-driven considerations, writes Cecilie Broch Knudsen.

Enter the backstage

Vincent Roumagnac’s artistic research project Backdrop has elements of both installation art and theatre. The name Backdrop refers to the cloth hanging at the...

Voice box: “Larynx” “Der Kehlkopf” “Kurkunpää”

WE LIKE TO MAKE SERIOUS, academic boxes for the human voice, for pieces written for this human voice, and for the people who write these pieces. Voice Box...

Tero Nauha takes the stage

Tero Nauha mixes two roles successfully: serious scholar and experimental performance artist. What’s the result: a happy hybrid or a schizophrenic collision? ...

Baroque music strikes a new chord

Harpsichordist and doctoral student Marianna Henriksson unleashes the dormant passions of 17th century music with her cross-disciplinary musical fusions. ...

Sharing and challenging through artistic research

For artist and researcher Florian Dombois, the terminology of research is a useful tool for advancing the arts. From July to early August, if...

Success in Venice

Anita Seppä, the Research Pavilion’s commissioner, has always been crossing boundaries in her work. If it was up to her, she would spend the whole summer in...

The utopia of artistic research

Trans- and cross-disciplinarity at universities, with artists and scientists working together, is no longer seen as merely utopian. Unesco defines...