MUSE-seminarer

MUSE-seminarer er et frokostseminar hver anden uge på Medical Museion. De er primært til internt personale, men hvis du ønsker at deltage i en bestemt session, bedes du kontakte Joana Formosinho ().
Til MUSE-seminarer deler vi ideer, projekter og praksis; at få feedback og lære hinanden at kende, udvikle vores kollektive følelse af, hvem vi er. Vi deler arbejde fra hele huset – fra forskning og udstilling til samlinger og kommunikations-projekter – og byder også nogle gange eksterne gæster velkommen.

 

Autumn/ Winter 2020

 

22 October

Adam Bencard, Associate Professor

The World is In You

 

1 October

Nina Marie Poulsen, Museum Host

Crip Theory: the bodies (and minds) we actualise in capitalist societies

 

17 September

Niels Jakob Elsborg Andersen, Curator, Medical Museion

The Museion X-Ray Collection

 

3 September

Amélia Siegel Corrêa, Postdoc, Department of Anthropology, KU

Inhotim Museum and the contradictions of tropicality

 

 20 Aug

Christoffer Bech, Museum Attendant, Medical Museion

“The Green Muse: How wormwood went from cure-all to a one-way ticket to madness”

 

 11 Aug

Tine Friis, PhD Fellow, Medical Museion

“Performative experimentation”

 

 

Winter / Spring 2020

 

28 May

Martin Grünfeld, Assistant Professor, Medical Museion

“Museum ecologies: growing, de-growing and re-growing collections”

 

14 May

Louise Whiteley, Associate Professor; Bente Vinge Pedersen, Head of Programmes, Exhibitions and Communications; and Karin Tybjerg, Associate Professor—Medical Museion

“Muse on Muse”

 

27 February

Adam Bencard, Associate Professor, Medical Museion

“Microcosmos/ macrocosmos”

 

30 January

Guston Sondin-Kung, PhD Fellow, Medical Museion

“Jean Painlevé Film Screening”

 

23 January

Angela McShane, Head of Research Development, Wellcome Collection

“Collections and Research? What’s Research got to do with it?”

 

16 January

Isabelle Rose Martin, visual artist

“Days and Nights Crash Over Me Like Waves: An experimental approach to time, space and the body”

 

9 January

Thomas Söderqvist, Medical Museion

“Medical Museion: a chapter in my memoirs”

 

 

Autumn/ Winter 2019

 

22 August

Ida Bencke

Co-founder of Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology, Copenhagen

“M/others: maternal morphologies”

 

October 4th

Helene Scott-Fordsmand

PhD fellow, Medical Museion

 

24 October

Sarah Davies

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

“Science communication as organisational communication: Negotiating ‘branding’, identities, and representations”

 

31 October

Malthe Kouassi Bjerregaard (Curator), Anne Bernth Jensen (Curator) and Bente Vinge Pedersen (Head of exhibitions & Senior curator), Medical Museion

“Introduction of ”MEET THE STAFF”- guided tours”

 

7 November 2019

Adrian Van Allen, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.

“Objects of Knowledge: Crafting Exhibits and Ethnographies in Museums”

 

14 November 2019

Bente Vinge Pedersen, Medical Museion

“The smell of sweat – the taste of blood”

 

21 November 2019

Christoffer Muusmann, Natural History Museum of Denmark.

“Designing the new NHM Denmark”

 

5 December 2019

Birgit Ærenlund Bundesen and Kasper Levin

“Participatory arts in mental health care: How fiction writers and doctors may collaboratively lead creative writing groups for people in psychiatric treatment – findings from a Danish pilot study”

 

 

Winter / spring 2019

 

31st January

Anders Tønnesen and Ingelise Heine Bengtson

Medical Museion/ University of Copenhagen

“Museion Redevelopment Project”

 

7th February

Adam Bencard and Jakob Lillemose

Medical Museion

“Mikrokosmos/makrokosmos – Exhibition Project in Collaboration with Charlottenborg”

 

21st February

Lars Feldballe

Filmcompagniet

 

4th April

Simone Cecilie Grytter

Medical Museion

“On the Inside: Technology, surgery and visualizing the inside of the living body”

 

11th April

Rosie Stanbury

Head of Public Programmes, Wellcome Trust, London

“What happened in 2007? Life, public space and new perspectives”

 

9th May

Sven Erik Hansen, Medical Museion

”Tidlig radiologi i København”

 

16th May

James Wilkes

Poet, writer and researcher, Ex-Associate Director of Hubbub, Wellcome Trust Hub Research Center, London

“Speculative Fiction as Interdisciplinary Research”

 

13th June

Tim Boon, Science Museum, London

“Science museums and other media: how they have interacted, and how they might”

 

 

Autumn / Winter 2018

 

30th August

Bente Vinge Pedersen

Medical Museion

”Den museionistiske udstilling – hvad er det? Erfaringsopsamling fra ti år med metabolisme og aldring”

 

31st August

Andrea Bandelli

CEO, Science Gallery International

“Lyrical vs literal: value and impact of art-science programs?”

 

13th September

Christian Joas

“The Niels Bohr Archive”

 

25th October

Nathalia Brichet

Medical Museion

“The Cholera Bottle”

 

8th November

Barbara Nordhjem

Senior Research Officer, Technical University of Denmark

“Emerging perception: tracking the process of visual recognition”

 

29th November

Nana Fransisca Schottländer, artist

”Post mortem portrætter i opdyrkede jordprøver, en undersøgelse af det, vi bliver, når vi ikke længere er”

 

13th December

Matthew Collins group

 

 

Winter / Spring 2018

 

11th January

Helle Porsdam

Professor in Law and Humanities, Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen,

“The Right to Science”

 

1st February

Marianne Achiam

Associate Professor, Institute of Didactics of the Natural Science, University of Copenhagen

“The Role of Scientific Objects in Learning Science#

 

15th March

Bridie Rollins and Tony Woods

Wellcome Trust

“Presentation of the Hub at Wellcome Trust”

 

5th April

Margaret Werry

Associate Professor, Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota

“The Performing Dead: what human remains do in (and out) of museums”

 

12th April

Gunver Lystbæk Vestergård

Journalist at Weekendavisen, PhD in Science Communication

“Science Journalism”

 

26th April

Henrik Treimo

Senior Curator, Norwegian Technical Museum

“The Things Method”

 

28th May

Eva Aahren

 

31st May

Martin Grünfeld and Karin Tybjerg

Medical Museion

“Objects, Collections, Research”

 

21st June

Ezio de Nucci

Asssociate Professor, Health Services Research, Copenhagen University

“The Control Paradox”

 

Autumn-Winter 2017

 

14th September

René Georg Johansen
Ethnographer and filmmaker

Using ethnographic filmmaking to explore and exhibit machinic perspectives in cancer treatment”

 

9th November

James Riddy and Paul Bonaventura

 

16th November

Harvey Bewley
Industrial Designer, Associated at IT University

Performing Objects – Designing Machine Body Language”

 

23rd November

Anne Folke Henningsen
Associate Professor, Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen

Copying human beings – Live-cast mannequins in museum practice”

 

30th November

Anwesha Chakraborty
Post-doctoral researcher, Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg

“The narrative of scientific temper and science museums in independent India: rhetoric, policies, praxis”

 

14th December

Jacob Lillemose
Curator in residence at Medical Museion

Presentation of Curatorial Practice”

 

Spring-Summer 2017

 

12th January

Nana Brøns
Medical doctor and photographer

Within these walls/Come on in, take of your skin (images from Rigshospitalet)”

 

26th January

Jakob Parby (curator) and colleagues
Copenhagen Museum

Exhibition of Archaeological Skeletons

 

9th February

Irene Campolmi (curator) and Christian Fogarolli (artist)

Phantom Models: Nervous Connections in the First Human Brain Model”

 

24rd February

Daniel O’Connor
Head of Humanities and Social Science, Wellcome Trust, London

Love in a Cold Climate: Humanities and Social Science Research Funding in the Current Political Context”

 

9th March

Mind the Gut team, Medical Museion

Design of the Mind the Gut exhibit at Medical Museion”

 

16th March

Sara Valle Rocha, artist

Materiality of the Image: Medicine seen through an Artistic Perspective”

 

22nd March

Eben Kirksey
Convener, Environmental Humanities, UNSW Australia, DECRA Fellow, Australian Research Council

Living Machines Go Wild”

 

30th March

Mette Houlberg
PhD, Museum Interpreter, SMK (National Gallery of Denmark)

Waiting to be grabbed. Attentionality and Serendipity in Exhibitions”

 

27th April

David Budtz
Associate Professor and Co-director of The Humanomics Research Programme, Aalborg University, Copenhagen

 

4th May

Discussion workshop: Reviews of museum literature

Nicholas Thomas The Return of Curiosity (Ken Arnold, Medical Museion)
Elizabeth Hallam The Anatomy Museum (Karin Tybjerg, Medical Museion)

 

10th May

Marike Hedin
Director of Museum Gustavianum – Uppsala University Museum

The Challenges of University Museums”

 

18th May

Kasper Risbjerg Eskildsen, Associate Professor in Science Studies, Roskilde University

Libertine Glyptography and Radical Numismatics: Christian Adolph Klotz and German Enlightenment Antiquarianism”

 

1st June

Nadja Pass, Grundlægger af Borgerlyst – ”samfundslaboratorium, der arbejder for at gøre det nemmere, sjovere og mere spontant at bruge sin handlekraft i hverdagen”

 

15th June

James Wilkes
Poet, writer and researcher, Ex-Associate Director of Hubbub, Wellcome Trust Hub Research Center, London

“What’s experimental about experimental poetry?

 

 

Summer-Autumn 2016

 

11th August

James Peeto
Head of Public Programmes at Wellcome Collection, London

Projects at Welcome Collection
– followed by short presentations of current projects at Museion: Bente Vinge Pedersen, Audiences at Museion, Adam Bencard & Louise Whiteley, Mind the Gut, Karin Tybjerg, The Body Collected

 

25th August

Oonagh Quigley
PhD student, School of Museology, University of Leicester

Can a phenomenological framework be used to investigate museum visitor engagement?

 

6th September

MUSE seminar: Exhibiting / Researching the Anthropocene

– Helmuth Trischler (Head of Research, Deutsches Museum, Munich, Professor of Modern history and the History of Technology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, and Director at the Rachel Carson Center)

The Exhibition as Output and Generator of Research: The Case of the Munich Anthropocene Gallery

– Jacob Lillemose (Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Art and Cultural Studies and Curator of X AND BEYOND)

Curating a Multi-Disciplinary Disaster Literacy. Practice-Based Research at the exhibition space X AND BEYOND

– Honor Beddard (Curator, Wellcome Collection, London)

Making Nature: a year-long exploration of our relationship with the natural world at Wellcome Collection, London

– Adam Bencard (Curator, Medical Museion, Copenhagen)

A journey along the mind/gut/bacteria axis – exhibiting experimental investigations of the puzzle of the psychosomatic

 

8th September

Staff from Institute of Forensic Medicine

Aspects of Forensic Medicine (three mini-talks)

 

5th October

Peter Bjerregaard
Senior Adviser – Section for Exhibition and Research Administration, Museum of Cultural History, Oslo

Assembling the Spark of Life

 

24th October

Ionat Zurr
Artist and Academic Coordinator at Symbiotica, University of Western Australia

Vessels of Care and Control

 

27th October

Nathalia Brichet & Frida Hastrup
Postdoc & Associate Professor, Saxo Institute and AURA

Mild Apocalypse – an exhibition and research project

 

3rd November

Mette Tapdrup Mortensen & Mads Thenøe
Curators at Kroppedal Museum

99xVestegnen – historier om Danmark set fra et museum i forstaden

 

17th November

Karolina Potoczniak
Light designer, ÅF Lighting Malmö

Hybridising spaces using light as the main design tool. Auditorium at the Medical Museion as a case

 

24th November

Emma Pettersson, PhD student, Medical Museion

The Pleasures of Tactile Aesthetics

 

8th December

Hans Dam Christensen
Professor, The Royal School of Library and Information Sciences

TBD (concerning the use of copies in museums)

 

15th December

Lucy Holt
PhD student, Department for Media, Cognitions and Communication, University of Copenhagen

 

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