Lisa Nyberg’s research project aims to articulate an artistic methodology, placed in the intersection of performance and pedagogy. The two terms contains in their core the acts of doing, to carry meaning, produce knowledge and create realities. The subject of research derives from Nyberg’s long term commitment to the formation and implementation of performative and pedagogical methods within artistic practice. Her work addresses the dominating hegemony of education and established canons, at the same time as she makes situations and create structures where learning can take place.
“Becoming” performance at the Pufendorf Institute, Lund (photography Terje Östling)
“A Revelation that must be heard” meeting at the Museum of Modern Art Malmö (photography Caroline Mårtensson)
Workshop at Der Salong, Münich (photography Lisa Nyberg)
“Insisting to be part of this moment/movement” Konsthall C, Stockholm (photography Lisa Nyberg)
Lisa Nyberg’s work has been exhibited at Konsthall C, Trondheim Art Biennial, Signal – Center for Contemporary Art, Röda Sten, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Dunkers Kulturhus, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Gothenburg Art Museum and Rooseum. She has been awarded the One year working grant from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee, the IASPIS project studio in Stockholm as well as the Malmö City Grant for Artistic Development. She teaches regularly at art academies as The Danish National School of Performing Arts, Konstfack, Valand Art Academy, Malmö University and others.
Lisa Nyberg and Johanna Gustavsson had a long time collaboration on radical pedagogy: http://radikalpedagogik.blogspot.se/
and Malmö Free University for Women (MFK):
and they have co-written the book “Do the Right Thing – a manual from MFK”:
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