Beyond my writing, I am keen on disseminating my research on digital technology and museums both to the academic and general public. I have presented research at numerous conferences, workshops and seminars both in Norway and abroad.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & TALKS
Kulturrådet (Arts Council of Norway), "Webinar: Digitalisering i museene – et nølende paradigmeskifte?". Invited presentation: "Om digitalisering av MiAs fotosamling i samarbeid med Nasjonalbiblioteket". Watch at: https://www.kulturradet.no/kalender/hendelse/-/museumswebinar-digitalisering-041120
Kulturrådet (Arts Council of Norway), "Mandagsforum". Invited presentation of my PhD dissertation: "Multiplying Munch: New Digital Practices at the Munch Museum"
Sophus Bugges Salong, University of Oslo Library. Invited talk "Is Scream a cliché?"
Cultural History and Museology Researcher’s Lunch, IKOS, University of Oslo, with a paper: “Generation Z, art museum apps and emotions”
“Museum: A Culture ofDigital Copies”, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, with a paper “Digital exhibition technologies.2,5 D PRINT. Painting Reproductions on Display
KULMiST-seminar: “Technology and communication at a museum”,Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, a lecture for master students: “New Digital Practices at the Munch Museum. Photographic prints on display”
Situated knowing: The economies of representing/representations; Text, Image, Sound, Space, Norwegian Researcher School in the Humanities, New York, US, with a paper: “Museum as Maker of Images: New Digital Practices at the Munch Museum”
“Knowledge, Culture, Ecologies”, Western Sydney University and NUMIES; Santiago de Chile, Chile with a paper “Experimental modes of participation in cultural heritage. Affordances of digital crowdsourcing platforms”
“Mobilizing Cultural Studies” ACSIS conference, Linköpings universitet, Sweden with a paper “Recognizing the Limits. Digitization of Letters to Edvard Munch”
“The art and science of replication: Copies and copying in the interdisciplinary museum”, National Museums of Scotland, with paper: “2,5 D PRINT. Painting Reporoductions on Display”
“Cross Roads in Cultural Studies”, Sydney, Australia with paper “Reproductions on display. UV-printed copies of Edvard Munch's oil paintings”
“Multiple Museum Practices: The Museum as Cornucopia”, Oslo, Norway (October 2016) with paper “What is a "good" copy of Edvard Munch's painting? Photographic prints on display”
Workshop “Theorizing Copies” arranged by “Culture of Copies” research group, Riga, Latvia, with a paper: “Digital Printing of Paintings”
The Norwegian Folklore Archives (NFS) network meeting, Presentation of my PhD Project “Multiplying Munch. New Digital Practices at the Munch Museum”
Symposium: “Materially Mediated World. Politics of Display and Knowledge from Cabinets of Curiosity to the Digital Era”, University of Turku, Finland, with paper: “Museum: A Culture of Copies”
ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
“Museum: A Culture ofDigital Copies”, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
24-25.10.2016 International Conference & PhD workshop "Multiple Museum Practice: The Museum as Cornucopia", University of Oslo & Science Museum, Oslo Norway
Explorative Workshop: Challenges of curating in the contemporary society (receiving Research Network for Studies in the Curatorial at UiO; arranging workshop in collaboration with Munchmuseet and Science Museum
COURSES & SUMMER SCHOOLS
Digital Methods Summer School, Queensland University of Technology, Australia (February 2016)
Oxford XML Summer School, University of Oxford (September 2014)