Primer: OD: Impact Schema
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Impact AreasImpact TypesImpact QuestionsImpact ProjectsImpact Modes
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Aquaporin r&d and technologyAlteration of practices and processes
Knowledge & intelligence diversification
New problem formulations and solution scenarios
Other perspectives and horizons
Where does a problem exist? How is it formulated and made sensible? How does Aquaporin delineate their impact areas? How do they gather, store and act on intelligence? What sources and themes are of relevance?
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Aquaporin culture and communityInternal and external community creation & diversificationWhat defines the borders of Aquaporin as a company? Who is part of their community, how and why? What are the audiences for an emerging technology such as Aquaporins? What does it mean to make a private company increasingly a public figure?
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Aquaporin storytelling & aestheticsVisualization & semiotic vocabulary
Societal awareness
Alternate narratives
What stories does Aquaporin want to tell? How do they want to tell them? And where do they want them to figure? What are the different audiences for Aquaporins project and specific applications?
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Aquaporin partnerships, collaborations and networkVisitors to AQ headquarters experiences current projects
Network effects; unexpected partnerships and collaborations
Visible in non-water contexts via Primer
What surprise networks effects may come about through Primer x Aquaporin? What can it mean for Aquaporin, to gain visibility in arts contexts? What effects can Primer have on Aquaporins partners, collaborators and network at large? 1 Article in New York Times. 2018.
2 Ben Vickers, collab.
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Artistic processesNew context and institutional setting
Attention to alternate qualities
Proximity to concrete thematic context and problem/possibility areas
What can artists use Aquaporin and Primer for? What value do they derive from engaging with the site, company and context at large? What effects does it have on artistic processes to engage with a context as rich as Aquaporin?1 Primer course at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Art. 2017-18.
2 Projects by invited artists
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The art fieldNew institutional model
New collaborators and partners
What are the concrete manifestation of a new expanded field of art, merging with other specialized fields? What new roles emerge for artists in co-productive processes? What repercussions does this have for art education? 1 Proximity Aesthetics: Constructing New Ecologies of Practice
Co-lead of research group with Bassam El Baroni, Aslak Aamot Kjærulff, Luke Pendrell at DAI (Dutch Art Institute). 2017-18.
2 The Recalibrated Institution
Residency. ArtCenter/South Florida. Victoria Ivanova and Armen Avanessian, Bureau For Cultural Strategies, Suhail Malik, Rival Strategy (Benedict Singleton and Marta Ferreira de Sá), Tuleva and W.A.G.E (Lise Soskolne). 2017.
3 Co-edited book TBA.
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Scientific, technological and business fieldsNew collaborators and partners
More expansive feedback loops
What can scientists, technologists and business developers learn and use from artistic methodologies and projects?
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