EMMA ARNOLD (CA)
Emma Arnold is a dual Canadian and British citizen who has lived and studied in Canada, Greece, Hungary, Norway, and Sweden. She is a cultural geographer with a background in environmental geography, environmental impact assessment, and environmental policy. She has previously worked as a policy analyst developing environmental legislation and regulation for the Canadian government. She is currently a doctoral research fellow at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography at the University of Oslo, where her research focusses on environmental aesthetics, graffiti and street art, and urban space.
Fight Club was established in 2012 as a way to introduce difficult topics in a more relaxed environment condusive to public engagement.
This year’s Nuart Plus symposium will explore the topics of ‘Utopia and Rights to the City’ and ‘Dada, Art and Everyday Life’ on the 500th anniversary of Thomas M...
Utopia, from the artists perspective
Artist presentation by Kennardphillipps, followed by a Q&A session with Carlo McCormick.
Nutopia panel debate
Discussion led by: David Pinder
Panel: Pedro Soares Neves, Peter Bengtsen, Emma Arnold
Panel debate: The Borders of Street Art
Artists presentations by Jeff Gillette and Henrik Uldalen, followed by a Q&A session with Evan Pricco
By Emma Arnold
SUBVERTING AND CONTESTING THE MASCULINE AND SEXUALISED CITY
Pop culture critic, curator, and Senior Editor of PAPER magazine
Research Fellow, University of Oslo Department of Sociology and Human Geography
Founder, Lisbon Street Art and Urban Creativity
Art historian and sociologist, Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University
Henri Lefebvre’s "right to the city" concept provokes us to consider how we might remake the city with the goal of creating more just and ideal societies.
Nuart Festival and SF Kino Stavanger present Wall Writers: Graffiti in its Innocence