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Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts

Academy of Design and Crafts

  • Fredric Gunve
    Fredric Gunve works as a senior lecturer in visual art at the Teacher Education Programme at the University of Gothenburg, Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts. An important part of his educational and artistic practice is transdisciplinary and to blur the borders between teaching and art, and to develop different art/teaching methods from the undefined situations taking place within these blurred borders. Potentiality, transformation and future(s) are important in his works in connection to climate and environmental conditions and to connect art and environmental humanities.
  • Henric Benesch, PhD in Design
    I have a background as an architect, with a PhD in Design. My approach to design is primarily spatial, discursive and critical, where I have a broad interest in intersectional aspects of transdisciplinary knowledge production.
  • Kajsa Eriksson, PhD in Design
    Artist and Ph.D. Kajsa G. Eriksson specializes in visual art, studio art and art education. Mainly engaging with posthuman theories and methodologies, she also connects to phenomenology, post-structural, feminist and queer theories as well as practice-based research related to art practice. Her teaching expertise is in the area of student learning and engagement, knowledge-in-action and sustainability as an integrated part of teaching and research.
  • Thomas Laurien, Doctoral Student in Design
  • Tom Cubbin
    I am a design historian with an interest in material culture and design practice in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. My research has focussed on the professionalization of design in the USSR during the 1960s, and its development in subsequent decades.


Valand Academy

  • Tyrone Martinsson, PhD in Visual Studies
    Tyrone Martinsson is currently pursuing research on the history of photography and the photography of today in relation to environmental and landscape photography. His particular interest is in how photographic images can be used in human/environment relationships – and how our view of nature and landscape changes over time.
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