Forums for More Nordic Vision

Vision Forum is proud to announce our presence in two Nordic workshops. We will be in Bergen and Oslo November 21-27 preparing for future projects that build on experiences from “Our Need for Consolation” and “Baroque Architecture.” We will also…

1+1=3 October residency

1+1=3 is an interdisciplinary international collective working on the interface between performative art, music and neuroscience. Their research addresses the history of brainwave music, finding new ways of introducing contemporary neuroscience techniques and artistic concepts in a mixing of thoughts…

Per Huttner at Tekniska museet

Per Huttner will make a performative radio show where he will talk about his passion for radio. The event takes place at Nörd Café at Tekniska Museet October 17 at 6pm. Based on his experience with radio he will venture…

New and More Eyes in Stockholm

Vision Forum is proud to announce the presentation of the performance New Eyes at Rönnells in Stockholm on September 27 at 7pm (Entrance 100 sek). The performance is the outcome of a research trip in Mexico, the US and Brazil…

OuUnPo in Amsterdam

We are proud to announce an exhibition and the release of the second OuUnPo publication in Amsterdam. The exhibition and event forms a part of the FLAM (Forum of Live Art in Amsterdam VIII). The exhibition is entitled Shinjuku Ni-chōme…

More Baroque Sweden this Autumn

Vision Forum is proud to announce a series of residencies and public presentations of Baroque Architecture and The Swedish Fable Residency. The group will participate in Grupp 5 Residency at Teatermaskinen in Riddarhyttan in August . They will be in…

More Eyes go south

The artists involved in More Eyes have been invited to residencies in Greece and Portugal summer and early autumn 2018. During the residencies they are compiling the outcomes of the research undertaken in Mexico, California and Brazil winter 2018. They…

Vision Forum on Studio Crasher

 More Eyes members Carima Neusser and Per Huttner were interviewed by Associate Professor Kit Messham-Muir of the Curtin University, Perth, Australia in Los Angeles. They talk about their practice and about the work that they were undertaking in the US…

Vision Forum returns to publishing

  Vision Forum is proud to announce a series of new publications and recordings. We will see the new OuUnPo publication created by Jacopo Miliani and Sara Giannini and based on experiences in Japan 2013-17.  We will soon release Freddie…

Vision Forum performance on Russian TV

Russian TV presents The Boundaries of Death Challenged performance in Murmansk with unexpected Hollywood references. You find still images from the event here.