The OX/BER Research Partnership is organising a major public symposium in Berlin on 7th and 8th of July 2022.
Oxford - UdK Berlin Partnership in Arts and Humanities - Spaces, Bridges, Encounters
Since the beginning of 2020, the Berlin University of the Arts, Oxford in Berlin, and the Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH), have been undertaking the development of a research “bridge” between UdK Berlin and the Oxford Humanities. The underlying concept aims at exploring new methodologies, new modes of representation, and new uses of language that are applicable to the Arts and the Sciences alike. A series of projects, drawn from UdK Berlin and the TORCH research networks have brought together researchers and artists in both locations to discuss and develop the potential of a collaboration between art and science in a range of exciting academic areas. Among these, several confront some of the most pressing issues facing the world and humanity.
The encounter between arts and science advocates a worldview, which willfully goes beyond disciplinary borders and embraces speculative, subjective approaches in research and creation. This corresponds with the complex challenges the world is facing today.
Extended Deadline: 31 October 2022
The University of Oxford and the Berlin University of the Arts invite their researchers, artists and designers to participate in the Oxford – UdK Berlin Partnership initiative in the Arts and Humanities. The initiative is intended to strengthen the ties both between the two institutions and between artistic and academic disciplines, and this is the second seedfunding call made by the partners to facilitate interdisciplinary research projects.
Overview of currently funded projects
The University of Oxford and the Berlin University of the Arts invite their researchers, artists and designers to participate in the Oxford – UdK Berlin Partnership in Arts and Humanities.
The Sound of Contagion | Animal Eyes on the Planet | Silences | Willplay
From May 15 to June 26 2020, UdK Berlin hosted a Digital Meeting on its medienhaus/ platform, which offered artists and researchers from Berlin and Oxford alike an opportunity to share and discuss ideas in an informal environment.