K3 (School of Arts and Communication (K3) at Malmö University) are celebrating their 20-year anniversary with a sprawl of scholars and lecturers taking their respective work out into the city. This is chiefly to open up a dialogue with the people in Malmö about what is currently going on at K3, and also to show what a consistently strong bond K3 and the city of Malmö has had over the years.
At 2 pm K3 will arrange a guided tour that takes you through the various stations. The tour departs from Form/Design Center and lasts 2,5 hours. Included is a showcase of the following:
Susan Kozel, professor of interaction design and phenomonelogy, will show you her work with performance art and AR at the Form/Design Center.
Maria Hellström Reimer, professor of moving images, and Gunnel Petterson, lecturer in moving images, will host a discussion on “Constructive Utopias” at Fiskehamnsgatan (outside Malmö Live).
Staffan Schmidt, lecturer in art and design, and Sara Gottschalk, teacher in product design, will host a workshop called “Is this sustainable?” at Fiskehamnsgatan (outside Malmö Live)
Pille Pruulmaan Vengerfeldt, professor of media and communication, and Jakob Svensson, associate professor of media and communication, will host a workshop called “What does media do to us and what do we do to media?” on the sun deck outside of SVT.
Magnus Nilsson, assistant dean and professor of literary studies, will host a mini-lecture called “Gösta Larsson: the nation, the city, class and literature” on Einar Hansens esplanad 31.