© 2018 – Routledge (Monograph (DRM-Free))
Envisioning Networked Urban Mobilities brings together scientific reflections on the relations of art and urban mobilities and artistic research on the topic. The editors open the book by setting out the concept grounded in the exhibition curated by Aslak Aamot Kjærulff and refers to earlier work on mobilities and art generated by the Cosmobilities Network. This third volume has two sections, both consisting of short papers and illustrations. The first section is based on artists who were part of the conferences' art exhibition, and the second part is based on theoretical reflections on art and artists.
"In the emerging field of artistic research, sensory and embodied ways of knowing take center stage. At the same time, qualitative social scientists and geographers are developing a keen interest in new methodologies that draw inspiration from the arts. This timely volume on the nexus of arts and mobilities research stages an engaged dialogue between leading academic scholars and artists."
Henk Borgdorff, Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University, the Netherlands
"Unique in its approach, this brilliant collection of essays integrates the theoretical and methodological analysis of networked urban mobilities in ways that will reshape how scholars and practitioners engage philosophically and materially with emerging entanglements of artistic, scientific, and technological imaginaries in the twenty-first century."
Mary Mostafanezhad, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, US
1. Aslak Aamot Kjærulff, Sven Kesselring, Peter Peters, Kevin Hannam: Networked Urban Mobilities - Art, Performances, Impacts
2. Aslak Aamot Kjærulff: Curating Conversations - Reformulating Questions in Mobilities Arts and Research
3. Jen Southern: Reflective Assemblages - Real and Imagined Mobilities in Locative Media Art
4. Peter Peters: On Becoming Parcel - Artistic Interventions As Ways of Knowing Mobile Worlds
5. Samuel Thulin: Listening to Mobility and Location-Based Media - Verdun Music-Route
6. David Pinder: Revealing Roads - The Spectral Sounds of Motorways
7. Nikki Pugh: Developing Colony - Objects for Investigation; Spaces for Conversation
8. Mike Collier, Kevin Hannam: (Re)envisioning the Anti-Urban - Artistic Responses in the Walking with Wordsworth and Bashō Exhibition
9. Antonia Hernandez: Performative Fungal Strategies - Or How I Stopped Worrying and Start Loving the Network
10. Michael Hieslmair, Michael Zinganel: Stop and Go - Investigating Nodes of Transformation and Transition
11. Ulrike Boskamp, Annette Kranen: Drawing the Dardanelles - Art History and Mobilities Studies
12. Lee Lee: Ghosts of our Consumption - The Debris Project
13. María Paz Peirano: Film Mobilities and Circulation Practices in the Construction of Recent Chilean Cinema
14. Angie Cotte: The Roberto Cimetta Fund as a Response to Artistic and Cultural Mobility Imbalance
15. Bart Magnus: Mobile Performing Arts - Facts, Figures and What They Say About Reality