EXPERIMENTAL SCENT SUMMIT (V.2)


Curated by Klara Ravat + The Institute for Art and Olfaction
April 18 + 19, 2018
The Swedenborg Society, London

 

 

SCHEDULE

 

 

DAY 1 – 18 April 2018

10:00 – WELCOME – with Saskia Wilson-Brown + Klara Ravat
10:15 – Olfactory Art – with Klara Ravat
10:45 – Poison Perfume and Other Adventures in Conceptualizing Scent – with Miguel Matos
11:15 – The Library of Smell – with Hisako Inoue
11:45 – In conversation with The Candy Perfume Boy – with Eddie Bulliqi, Thomas Dunckley
13:30 – The Olfactory project at “Museum of All and Everyone” – with Laimė Kiškūnė
14:00 – Olfactory design for healthier food intake – with Thijs
Elich, Renske van Vroonhoven
14:30 – Vantaa Black Sense and the Smell of Peatland – with Hilda Kozári, Léda Vesmanen
16:00 – Sharing Olfactory Experiences – with Boris Raux
16:30 – The Nose Onstage: Olfactory Perspectives for Theatrical Work – with Dr. Anna D’Errico
17:00 – WORKSHOP: Embodied Scents – with Hortus Apertus

 

 

DAY 2 – 19 April 2018

10:00 – A Guide to Creating Uncomfortable Questions – with Oswaldo Maciá
10:30 – Are there olfactory illusions? Why does it matter? – with Harry Sherwood

11:00 – PERFORMANCE: Sex, Sabotage, and Scent: A Table Read – with Sarah Baker and Orlando Seale

11:30 – Altered States: Transcendence and the Uncanny – with Christopher Gordon
12:00 –  WORKSHOP: Natural Perfume as Limited Palette Olfactory Art – with Dawn Spencer Hurwitz
13:30 –  PERFORMANCE: Luxure / Occire – with Maxwell Williams

14:00 – WORKSHOP: Olfactory Games: Maki’s Method – with Maki Ueda, Sunna Svavarsdottir, Lauren Jetty Howells-Green

14:45  – The power of Scent. Scent in Context – with Peter De Cupere
16:00 – Scent Communication with Sound – with DanielSonabend

16:30 – The Fantasy of the Oriental Fragrance – with  Julianne Lee
17:00 – The Com(m)
une Perfume – with Antonio Gardoni
17:30 – New Models for Ownership in Perfume – with Saskia Wilson-Brown
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ABOUT THE SWEDENBORG SOCIETY

The Swedenborg Society is a publisher, library, events space, museum, bookshop and registered charity. In addition to organizing events, lectures, conferences, exhibitions, performances and film screenings, we also publish a large selection of literature relating to the work of the philosopher, scientist, inventor, astronomer, mathematician, parliamentary figure and visionary Emanuel Swedenborg (1688–1772). The Society’s Grade II listed premises are located in Bloomsbury, central London.

© 2018 by Klara Ravat

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