Janna Holmstedt

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A selection of published and/or presented texts

Holmstedt, Janna. "Intervju med Janna Holmstedt". Konstnären no.1, mars (2018).

Holmsted, Janna. "Flock Frekvens", Tidningen Kulturen, no. 1. (2018).

Holmstedt, Janna. Are You Ready for a Wet Live-In? Explorations into Listening (Lund: Malmö Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, Lund University, 2017).

Holmstedt, Janna. "Hålets artikulationer". Glänta, no. 2: Djurkunskap, (2015): 84-95.


Holmstedt, Janna. "Are You Ready for a Wet Live-In? (Or, the How of Ms. Howe)".
Paper presentation/publication at Transvaluation: Making the World Matter, international symposium for alternative making of values through and in research, Department of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2015.

Holmstedt, Janna. "The Unfolding of a Morphe".
Paper presentation at the 15th International Bakhtin Conference. Organized by Södertörn University, Valand Arts Academy, Gothenburg University, Uppsala University, and the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014
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Holmstedt, Janna. "What You See is not What You Get—Performance as a Mode of Thinking". Paper presentation at PSi19: Now Then: Performance & Temporality, Performance Studies international conference #19, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2013

Holmstedt, Janna. "Does it work? How does it work?". In IN THE ACT: A Sprawling Space for Performance. Edited by Corrine Fitzpatrick, Imri Sandström, and Hanna Wilde (Stockholm: Högkvarteret, 2012), 23-25.

Holmstedt, Janna, and Anna Högberg. “På upptäcktsfärd i den sociala infrastrukturen”. In Att dela ett samhälle. Edited by Ann Magnusson (Stockholm: Kulturförvaltningen, Stockholms Läns Landsting, 2010), 79-105.

Aglert, Katja, Janna Holmstedt, and Martijn van Berkum. ”Urban Narratives – A round table discussion with Meira Ahmemulic, Antonio Scarponi, and Elin Wikström”. SQUID, no. 39 (2010).

Hagström, Po, and Janna Holmstedt. ”Karpönskan”.
Glänta, no. 3: Encyclopaedia of the future (2008).

Hagström, Po, and Janna Holmstedt. ”Don’t Mind the Gap”. Glänta, no. 1-2: The missing links (2008), 96-99.

Hagström, Po, and Janna Holmstedt. ”Umwelt”. Glänta, no. 1-2: The missing links (2008), 2-160.

Holmstedt, Janna. ”Welcome to ESTonia – en roadmovie i fem delar”. Paletten, no. 270-271 (2008), 78-85.

Hagström, Po, and Janna Holmstedt. "Monumentos para las masas". Point of view, weblog (2007).

Holmstedt, Janna. "The Pleasures Of Misinterpretation". Point of view, weblog (2007).

Aglert, Katja, and Janna Holmstedt. ”To turn one's anus towards the sun and say "GO"!”. Chto delat?/What is to be done?, no. 16: Potentialities beyond political sadness (2007).

Holmstedt, Janna. ”Vad du ser är inte vad du får”. Paletten vol. 266, no 4 (2006), 54-56.

Hagström, Po,
and Janna Holmstedt. ”Some Day They’re Gonna Name A Street After Me”. Estonian Art, no. 2 (2006)

Holmstedt, Janna. ”Are You Willing to Get Stupid”
. Chto delat?/What is to be done?, no. 11: Why Brecht? (2006).

Aglert, Katja, and Janna Holmstedt. ”The Main Character of the Scene”. SQUID, no. 18 (2006
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Holmstedt, Janna. "Den absoluta nollpunktens hjältar". SQUID, no. 10 (2005)

Bäckman, Lisa, and Janna Holmstedt. ”Home of the Safe and Short-circuited Security Systems”. A text for the research and exhibition project We Invite All, Rooseum, Malmö (2005) and BildMuséet, Umeå, Sweden, (2006).

Holmstedt, Janna. ”The Layers, the Camouflage, the Detective and the Reference Points”. In Graduation Show 2003 (Umeå: Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå University, 2003). Exhibition catalogue .

Holmstedt, Janna. Seven poems for the poetry anthology Skriv diktatur glans (Umeå: Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå University, 2003), 51-59.

Holmstedt, Janna. ”110 dagar". Glänta, no. 3-4: Maps (2002), 56-63.


Presentations at Conferences and Symposiums

2019 "Between Earthworms and Satellites", presentation and participation in a panel with Marco Armiero, Adam Wickberg, mirko nikolic, and Marietta Radomska and moderator of panel with Sverker Sörlin, Christina Fredengren, Hélène Frichot and Hayden Lorimer, at The Posthumanities Hub Symposium: New Humanities and the Anthropocene, 14-15 May, Open Lab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

2019 "Articulations from the Orifice (The Dray and the Wet)", performance and participation in panel at Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedia Practices, collaboration between Laboratory of Aesthetics and Ecology and Centre for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies, 23-25 Jan, Linnæus University, Sweden

2018 "Plant communication and sonification in science and artistic practices, an overview", research presentation, Working With the Vegetal II interdisciplinary seminar, 29 Nov, Stockholm University of the Arts Research Centre.

2018 “The 'We' of the Anthropocene” (2018), presentation and participation in panel with Prof. Cecilia Åsberg and Dr. Marietta Radomska, at State-of-the Art, an artistic Anthropocene network-inaugurating event, 10-13 Oct, Silkeborg, Denmark

2018 "Flock Frequency", presentation at the Re-Launch of the Posthumanities Hub, 28 May, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

2015 ”YOU-TAPE-GOD. Explorations of Voice, Constructed Situations, and A/Orality from Within a Visual Art Practice”, paper presentation at Vetenskapsrådets symposium om konstnärlig forskning, 25-26 Nov, Malmö, Sweden

2015 "Are You Ready for a Wet Live-In? (Or, the How of Ms. Howe)", paper presentation at Transvaluation: Making the World Matter, international symposium for alternative making of values through and in research, 21-22 May, Department of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden

2014 "The Unfolding of a Morphe", paper presentation at Bakhtin as Praxis: Academic Production, Artistic Practice, Political Activism, 15th International Bakhtin Conference, 26 Jul, a collaboration between Södertörn University, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg, Uppsala University, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm

2014 “She had a Disturbing Feeling She was Always Present at the Wrong Moment”, installation presented at the artistic research symposium In the Blend, om gränsöverskridande mellan olika konstarter och media, begreppsbildning och idiom bortom språket, samt situering och konstnärligt arbete, a collaboration between Teatr Weimar, wlabs, Inter Arts Center, and Teaterhögskolan, 23 Apr, Malmö.

2013 "What You See is not What You Get - Performance as a Mode of Thinking", paper presentation at PSi #19: Now Then: Performance & Temporality, Performance Studies international conference #19, Stanford University, 28 Jun, Stanford, California, USA,