Collaborations

Institutional Partnerships.

Current Collaborations

Afterall

Afterall Exhibition Histories and PARSE have initiated a collaboration arising from the PARSE issue On the Question of Exhibition, and based on publishing enquiry into what happens when art becomes public. PARSE joins with Afterall Exhibition Histories and the existing association with Asia Art Archive and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College in the ongoing programme of research, publications, symposia and talks, committed to presenting a plurality of voices and critical perspectives, while bringing archival and other primary materials to bear on current and future practice.

https://www.afterall.org/publications/exhibition.histories/

Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art

Initiated in 2017 with the publication of the PARSE printed issue Secularity, the collaboration between Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) and PARSE continues for the coming editions of the biennial and the PARSE Conference, both with base in Gothenburg in autumn 2025.

Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) is a contemporary art project developed by the independent art center Röda Sten Konsthall. At its 13th edition in 2025, the biennial takes the form of exhibitions and programme across Gothenburg and the region of West Sweden, fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and opening up to speculative projects.

www.gibca.se

www.rodastenkonsthall.se

UmArts Research Centre at Umeå University

UmArts Research Centre at Umeå University

UmArts Research Centre at Umeå University and PARSE are collaborating to publish an issue on Hurricanes and Scaffolding for Winter 2025 in English. This issue will be based on the critical papers submitted to the Artistic Research Symposium in December 2024 organized by the Swedish Research Council in close collaboration with UmArts. The theme “Hurricanes and Scaffoldings’ explores the dynamic interplay between more-than-human forces and culturally resilient structures. And are inspired by curator Nora N. Khan’s essay “Towards a poetics of Artificial Super Intelligence” in which she, among other things, develops the ideas of the hurricane as a non-human force and the scaffolding as an open and resilient cultural infrastructure, enabling creative, complex and intelligent systems to take shape.

https://www.umarts.se

https://www.vr.se/uppdrag/framja-och-finansiera-forskning/konstnarlig-forskning.html

Past Collaborations

L’Internationale Online

L’Internationale Online collaborations with PARSE in the context of the Practitioner Programme to host international practitioners both individuals and collectives. L’Internationale Online is the common platform for research, debate and communication for the L’Internationale confederation of museums and its partner institutions: MG+MSUM (Ljubljana), Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid), MACBA (Barcelona), M HKA (Antwerp), SALT (Istanbul & Ankara), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven), MSN(Warsaw) / NCAD (Dublin), HDK-Valand (Gothenburg).

https://www.internationaleonline.org/

Vector

‘Vector – critical research in context’ and PARSE are collaborating in the context of the PARSE issue On the Question of Exhibition, co-developing a collateral joint publishing venture for Autumn 2021 in English and Romanian. Vector – critical research in context, together with the George Enescu National University of the Arts, Iasi, Romania is a research, publishing, education and experimental platform that has played a leading role in the development of local and international perspectives on artistic research.

PARSE and Vector collaborated on the publication of a book release, Exhibitionary Acts of Political Imagination.

http://www.vector.org.ro/