KISMIF Conference

Programa KISMIF Conference 2018

 

3rd | 4th | 5th | 6th | 7th

 

>>>> KISMIF CONFERENCE 2018 PROGRAMME <<<<<
Download here

 

3rd, July

From 09h30 – Opening and Registration
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto Porto.

 

09h50 – 10h00 – Official opening and Welcome Speeches
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

10h00 – 11h00 – WORKSHOP The Big Science ‘Queen’ Is Dead: Insider ethnography, embodiment and ethics
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

11h00 – 11h30 – Coffee-break
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

11h30 – 12h30 – WORKSHOP Strangeways, Here We Come: Introduction to ethnographic filmmaking for digital cinema
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

12h30 – 13h30 – WORKSHOP How Soon Is Now: Music streaming, live music, festivals and the ‘eventisation’ of music
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

13h30 – 14h30 – Lunch
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

14h30 – 15h00 – OPENING EXHIBITION
Liberta-Te | Free Yourself
Artist: Teresa Milheiro
July, 3rd-22nd
Palacete Viscondes Balsemão, Porto

 

15h30 – 16h30 – WORKSHOP Does It Matter If They Dance? Ethnomethodology and analysing movement
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

16h30 – 17h30 – WORKSHOP CineMusicking: an approach to film ethnomusicology
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

17h30 – 18h00 – Coffee-break
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

18h00 – 19h00 – WORKSHOP This Night Has Opened My Eyes: to be a musician today, careers, creation, creative challenges
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

19h00 – 19h45 – TALK Punk on the Page: Intertextuality and the female punk protagonist in comic books
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

19h45 – 20h00 – Closing Remarks
Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

20h15 – 20h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES AND NETWORKS
‘Urban Music Studies-Network and Related Events and Publications’by Robin Kuchar.

Planetário do Porto – University of Porto, Porto.

 

 

 

4th, July

From 09h00 – Opening and Registration
Casa da Música, Porto

 

09h30 – 09h50 – Official opening and Welcome Speeches
Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

09h50 – 10h00 – TALK: Paula Guerra
Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

10h00 – 10h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Helen Reddington
An Unlikely Pairing? The Relationship between Women Musicians and Reggae in the UK Punk Scene in the Late 1970s and Early 1980s’
Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

10h45 – 11h15 – Pause
[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Coffee-Breaks available on 4 July 2018. However, Casa da Música has a bar/restaurant, where all the participants can drink coffee, etc.]

 

11h15 – 12h15 – PLENARY LECTURE: Ana da Silva and Gina Birch
‘Shouting out loud’
Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

12h15 – 13h30 – Lunch
[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Lunch Bags available on 4 July 2018. However, Casa da Música has a bar/restaurant where all participants can lunch (the purchase of lunches can be made on 4 July 2018, at Casa da Música.]

 

13h00 – 13h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
Lectora. Revista de Dones i Textualitat,
‘Punk Connections Transcultural’ Perspective’,
by Cristina Garrigós and Nuria Triana-Toribio.

 

‘Gender Inequality in Metal Music Production’,
by Pauwke Berkers and Julian Schaap

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

13h30 – 15h15 – PARALLEL SESSIONS
1.1. ‘I Can Change the World’: Punk, history and contemporary re-readings
The epistemological problems of punk rock: a discussion on the Oxford Handbook

 

ANOK4U2? Crass, Rondos and the Politics of Punk, 1977–84

 

Love and Dreams in Female Punk: Quixotism Revisited

 

Gathering around punk: Interethnic relations in Prato’s Chinatown

 

White Male Dumbinance? Finnish Female-fronted Hardcore Punk and the Aesthetics of Imperfection

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

2.1. And the punk goes to Museum! The cultural and political legacy of punk/post-punk

The Oppositional Culture: discussion about the political and cultural impact of punk

 

What is punk heritage for? An Itchy sort of History

 

The cultural and political legacy of punk/post-punk

 

NEVERMIND…WHAT? Memory, nostalgia, and the tensions between punk and museum in the exposition ‘Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses’

 

“The Cord is Cut”: Exit Narratives of British anarcho-punks 1978-1986

Sala de Ensaio 10 [Rehearsal Room 10], Casa da Música, Porto

 

3.1. ‘Leggings and Cigarettes’: Gender, scenes and DIY cultures

Klitclique – Vienna’s F€M1N1$T Answer to Sad Boys

 

“Female Drummer Wanted”: Gender politics and The Brisbane Sound

 

I already knew what to do! DIY, identity and the politics of information

 

The Joys of Oppression: Manchester’s City Fun Fanzine and the Sexual Politics of Post-Punk

Sala de Ensaio 2 [Rehearsal Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

4.1. Fashion and art: gender and artistic underground cultures

Grayson Perry as Claire: a fashion Iconic at the art world

 

Fashion, gender and social rise in the early twentieth century. High fashion women: from artisans to prestigious professionals

 

The portraits of the couturier: Dener Pamplona Abreu and the uses of photography

 

From defining what elegance is to a youthful appearance: transformations in women’s culture and fashion in the 70s

 

The Soho Scene and the aesthetic transformation in British fashion in early 90s

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

15h15 – 17h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS
1.2. ‘Pow Pow’: Punk, gender, pedagogy and cut’n’mix

Natural’s Not In It: The Transformative Impact of Punk, DIY Media Production and Critical Pedagogy

 

“Woman…a fragmented image…”: Female participation in the Thessaloniki DIY music-making scene

 

Question of gender in the work of singer-songwriter Christina Rosenvinge at the context of post-Franco Spain

 

Gendered participation in 1970’s punk in Finland: Lack of female musicians and fanzine makers

 

Heino – Über Alles!?

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

2.2. Genealogy, Style and Place: from the street to the archives

The translocal punk archive manifesto: archiving to preserve and to create subcultural identity

 

Dressing up to be all this: gender politics in 1980s Italian Goth

 

‘Hipster’ as an external label

 

Ich bin zu cool für dich: Östro 430 and the Düsseldorf punk scene in the late 1970s and their legacy

 

“Even if you cannot sing, even if you cannot play”…Do-It-Yourself!: The 1980´s Brazilian music scene and the emergence of Brock

Sala de Ensaio 10 [Rehearsal Room 10], Casa da Música, Porto

 

3.2. Masculinity domination, local scenes and (a contested) authenticity

Performance, gender and (in)authenticity in/of Czech emo subculture

 

Mujeres Creando And Censorship In Brazil

 

This is not world for women?

 

Friendships and sharehouses, DIY and commercialisation: Music communities, identities and the growth of the indie pop/rock music scene in Perth, Western Australia

Sala de Ensaio 2 [Rehearsal Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

4.2. ‘Have a Nice Day with Mirrors and Reflexes’: the cinematographic narratives of the alternative

The Sonic Orchestration of a Cinema of Attractions: Siouxsie and the Banshees’ ‘Carousel’

 

‘Becoming-animal’ through the lens: Gendered DIY dynamics in environmental cinema

 

mommy/’s issues: a reading of the mother’s role in Xavier Dolan’s films (J’ai tué ma mère [2009], Mommy [2014], and Juste la fin du monde [2016]

 

Dead in Absentia: the lack of a perfect female Hollywood Character

 

Media Animal and Movies in the Anthropocene – values, differences and representation

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

17h00 – 17h30 – Pause
[For reasons inherent to the organization of Casa da Música, KISMIF Conference will not be able to make its KISMIF Coffee-Breaks available on 4 July 2018. However, Casa da Música has a bar/ restaurant, where all the participants can drink coffee, etc.]

 

17h30 – 19h15 – PARALLEL SESSIONS
1.3. Tribulations and Movements: Hybridity and differences in postcolonial artistic and musical scenes

A (de)(post)colonialist proposal of musical scene

 

Notes for a historical perspective of the music scene in Porto Alegre

 

Armenian popular music and its underground world

 

FEEL IT HEAVY: dialogues between RAP and Heavy Metal in Brazil

 

Italian folk music: the contemporary scene of traditional music in Italy, a path through migration and hybridization

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

2.3. Historicity, retromania and reinvention of popular music

The role of record stores in Porto music scenes

 

Boots and braces, quarrel in the pub: An approach to the far right ‘nationalist’ rock in Spain

 

“Patriotisms” of Polish popular music

 

Building an ark: how Birmingham 1968 made its own entertainment

Sala de Ensaio 10 [Rehearsal Room 10], Casa da Música, Porto

 

3.3. Gender, Metal, Inequalities

Polar Fate: Metal masculinities at the Southern edge of the world.

 

‘Gotta let go?’ Women and popular music heritage

 

From Enslavement to Obliteration: Extreme Metal’s Problem with Women

 

Gender Inequality in Metal Music Production: A Global Trend Analysis

 

Women music creators: Gender-based boundaries for songwriters, composers and music producers in the Netherlands

Sala de Ensaio 2 [Rehearsal Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

4.3. ‘In the Beginning There Was Heart’. Liminality and ubiquity of contemporary artistic creations

Riding Down the H@rd Road: DIY approaches to Documenting Punk as Political Resistance

 

‘Rest in Peach’. The relevance of emojis in the gender maneuvering of language

 

Distributed Cognition in Dance: Artistic Skills in Social Interaction

 

Negotiating gender affordances

Sala 2 [Room 2], Casa da Música, Porto

 

19h30 – 20h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘The Raincoats’, by J. Pelly.

 

‘Siouxsie and the Banshees’ Peepshow’, by Samantha Bennett.

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

20h00 – 20h30 – SHOWCASE, by The Raincoats
Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

21h30 – 23h00 – SCREENING of the documentary ‘Don’t Break Down, a film about Jawbreaker’, directed by Tim Irwin and Keith Schieron
Auditório IAC [Auditorium IAC], Teatro Rivoli, Porto

 

23h00 – 00h00 – GIG ‘Vítor Rua interprets Telectu’
Sub-palco [Under Stage], Teatro Rivoli, Porto

 

 

 

5th, July

From 08h30 – Registration
Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

09h00 – 09h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Michael MacDonald
‘The Critical Value of Storytelling: ethnofiction film for urban ethnomusicological research’
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

09h45 – 10h30 – PLENARY LECTURE: Lucy O’Brien
‘Holding Ground: redefining 70s feminist punk’
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h30 – 11h00 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h30 – 11h00 – OPENING EXHIBITIONS
‘The Finnish Small Print Explosion: Punk fanzines 1977–1982’
Artist: Juuso Paaso and Juho Hänninen

 

‘Riding Down the H@rd Road’
Artist: Roy Wallace

 

‘Photo Exposition about Hipster Culture‘
Artist: Lorenzo Caglioni
July, 5th
5th-7th July 2018
Room For One More [208], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

11h00 – 12h45 – PARALLEL SESSIONS
1.4. ‘Dance Yourself Together’: Electronic dance music, parties, protest and revolution

Electronic dance music street parties in São Paulo: body and space politics

 

Belgrade Indie Pop and Electronic Dance music scenes

 

Lesboqueer Culture in electronic dance music scene in Spain

 

Dancing on the ridge of the pharmacopornographic regime: an ethnography of pleasures in Berlin and Milan club scenes

 

You can’t be what you can’t see – Women and DIY electronic music culture in Dublin.

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

2.4. ‘One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This’: Nostalgia, materiality and popular music culture

Material world? Archiving Popular Music in the digital age

 

I’ll Be Your Mirror: Reflecting Diversity in the Subcultural Archive

 

‘Don’t Wanna Hold Your Hand’: A Secret History of the Beatles’ Influence on Post-Punk Women Musicians

 

Rituals of Rebellion: Theorizing The Beatles, Girl Culture, and (Anti) Heritage

 

Popular Music Tourism

 

Passion, Demos and Tapes – A cartography of the Portuguese indie labels and musical scenes (1977-2017)

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

3.4. ‘Ask the Angels’: DIY cultures, underground music scenes and alternative lifestyles

We Have Never Been Urban: Experimental Music-Making, DIY Politics and the

 

Aestheticization of Place

 

‘Seriously, what is your real job?’ Being a musician in the independent music scene: strategies for career management

 

Conscious, professional, strategic. Musical DIY in digital networks era

 

DiY and Independence as means of cultural resistance and artistic production

 

Creating a Magic World: Punk, DIY Culture, and Feminist Ethics in

 

Contemporary Turkey

 

Eighties indie pop, DiY punk and gender: blurring the norms

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

4.4. (R)Evolution in Style Now!

Pretty in punk: female bodies and identity performance in the pit

 

My body tour: networks of re-existence of non-hegemonic bodies in Brazilian YouTube

 

When Gucci Goes To Harlem: consumption and identity through the crossings of fashion and Hip-Hop

 

Zombie walk and psycho carnival: a gothic runway in Brazil

 

Portugal Fashion: City, culture and innovation with new clothes

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.1. ‘Let’s Submerge’: Pedagogy, fanzines and other artifacts

The use of fanzines as pedagogical tools in the University: fostering DIY cultures and academic research

 

Czech Feminist Zines: Postsocialist and postsubcultural?

 

Why Diverse Zines Matter: A Case Study of the POC Zines Project

 

Whose Culture? Fanzines, Politics and Identity

 

Practice of drawing: an attempt making (sexual) difference

Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

12h45 – 14h00 – Lunch + RISE UP: A SCIENTIFIC INTERFACE
BOOK: ‘Levedação: doses de acidez sem parcimônia [Levedation: dosages of acidity without parcimony]’, by Jeder Janotti Jr.

 

PERFORMANCE: ‘Hildeleoþ (Anglo-Saxon for War Song)’by Paul Mazzitelli, Sound Artist, United Kingdom.

Room Anti The Top [Sala de Reuniões 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

13h30 – 14h00 – OPENING EXHIBITIONS
‘Fairytale in the bookstore’
Artist: Tigre De Papel feat. KISMIF
5th-7th July 2018
Room At The Top [Sala de Reuniões 1], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

‘Not All Girls like Pink’
Artist: Helena Granjo
5th-7th July 2018
Domination Room [Bar dos Professores], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

‘I’ve Been Living in the Shadows of Your Song’
Artist: Jubilee Street
5th-7th July 2018
Holes Corridor [Corredor Lateral do Piso 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

14h00 – 14h30 – OPENING EXHIBITION
‘Gender is Dead, Pink is 4Ever’
+ BOOK LAUNCH ‘Gender is Dead, Pink is 4Ever. Gender, differences, identities and DIY cultures’, by Paula Guerra and João Leite

Library, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

14h20 – 14h40 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
Madonna: like a icon’, by Lucy O’Brien.

 

‘She bop: the definitive history of women in popular music’, by Lucy O’Brien.

Library, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

14h40 – 15h00 – LIVE ACT ‘Contrassexual Guitar’
Artist: Berlau.
Library, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

15h00 – 15h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: John Robb
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

15h45 – 16h30 – Q&A SESSION: Jordan Mooney
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

16h30 – 17h00 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

16h45 – 17h00 – PERFORMANCE: ‘Ithaca Revisited’
Artist: Andrea Copeliovitch, Arts Department of Fluminense Federal University, Brazil.
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

17h00 – 18h45 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
1.5. ‘How Do You Dance?’ Gendered parties, post-parties and post-scenes

Varpowave as a critique of late capitalism? Genre work in an online music scene

 

Starter pack to vaporwave: by a virtual construction of sonorities and identities of the artists Vektroid and DJ ALINA

 

The post-party: post-modernity and utopia after the end of the party

 

‘Being human’: the practice of gender equality through a DiY ethos in free party collectives

 

Feminism and DIY media: the case of the Spanish free radio movement

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

3.5. ‘Pumping (My Heart)’: Another participatory economy between individualization and collectivism

Non-mainstream economy, gender and urban area: the experiences of women actors in Turkey

 

Creative dynamics: artists, places, clusters and network in Ile-de-France

 

Exploring the history of squatting activism of the 1990s in Helsinki

 

Losing time together in the city: creations and resistances

 

New forms of political activism through fake news: how people are doing with this new element at the politic game?

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

4.5. ‘They’ve Got a Bomb’: Sociology is allied to the contamination of artistic movements

For Stronger Sociology of Literature: befriending sociology and poetics

 

‘Sing, fight, cry, pray, laugh, work and admire’: Taste Patterns of the ‘Illegitimate’ Cultural Consumer

 

The self-sustainable world of Shahzia Sikander

 

Contemporary Artistic Manifestations: agenda, mapping and territoriality

 

Artists are not social scientists: Challenges and theoretical-methodological dilemmas in the study of artistic differences

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.1. ‘Man Next Door’. Queer studies and identities reconstructions

“Strike a pose”: y and gender subversions

 

Queer DIY gigs as anarcha-feminist interventions

 

Safe(r) spaces policies and boundary management in queer DIY punk

 

Queer Zines in Madrid in 1990’s

 

Brazilian Tropic (per)Zines: feminist-queer subculture on contemporary practices of self-writing

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. ‘Cliteracy!’
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

18h45 – 19h30 – PLENARY LECTURE: Anthony Fung
‘Performance Economy, Indie Music and Emerging DIY Music Culture in China’
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

19h45 – 20h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘Special Issue: Youth, Music and DIY Careers – Cultural Sociology’, by Andy Bennett (org.).

 

‘Neo-Tribes. Consumption, Leisure and Tourism’, by Anne Hardy, Andy Bennett and Brady Robards, with commentary by Ross Haenfler.

 

‘Electri_City: Elektronische Musik aus Düsseldorf [Electri_City: Electronic music from Dusseldorf]’, by Rüdiger Esch.

 

+ Flash DJ Set, by Rüdiger Esch.

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

20h30 – 00h00 – KISMIF CONFERENCE DINNER + DJ Set
DINNER: ‘This Ain’t No Picnic. This is a Banquet! This is Lust!’

DJ SET: ‘I Wanna Be Your Food’
Artist: DJ Wreck’n’roll
Clube Universitário do Porto, Porto

 

00h00 – 04h00 – PARTY + DJ Set
‘Be Reasonable, Demands the Impossible’
Clubbing: John Robb (feat. Jordan Mooney), A Boy Name Sue and Ricardo Salazar.
O Cantinho da Teresinha – Centro Comercial de Cedofeita [The Corner of Teresinha – Cedofeita Shopping Center], Porto

 

 

 

6th, July

From 10h00 – Registration
Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h00 – 10h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Adriana Amaral
‘‘Children of the dark in a tropical country’: Rediscussing age, gender and race in Brazilian goth subculture in the 2010s’

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h45 – 11h15 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h55 – 11h15 – PERFORMANCE: ‘Exploring Femininity in Poetry Films’
Artist: Virna Teixeira, King’s College London Alumni, United Kingdom.
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

11h15 – 13h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
1.6. ‘This Is Happening’: New ecologies and music interaction frameworks

“I was thinking….and then I wasn’t thinking”: The DIY festival as a compositional tool

 

The ecological approach to live music: a critical review

 

“Nobody knows what they’re doing”: entrepreneurial artists in Dutch pop music ecologies

 

Gendering Liminal Spaces in a Palestinian Music Scene

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

3.6. “Dancing Backwards in High Heels in New Economies of Art”: more alternative, creative and inclusive.

DIY bridging of frameworks: Ubuntu and materialist ecological feminism

 

Behind the Bazaar, experience, meaning and action.

 

Cups4Cpus: A Case Study in Sustainable DIY

 

Female artists and alternative economies: the case of Amanda Palmer and crowdfunding

 

This girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighbourhood, I’ve got news for you she is….: Positive disruption and and re-authoring of youth mental health narratives

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

4.6. ‘No More Rock’n’Roll For You’: Bodies, antibodies, styles and (sub)cultural ageing

The Finnish rave scene and ageing: Rave participants’ social and cultural capital in their later life course

 

“I don’t go to the gigs to go to the gigs – I don’t give a shit about the gigs!”

 

Exploring music and older punk women

 

Music and fashion in Spain in the 80’s

 

Revolution Girl Style Later? The impact of DIY cultures on contemporary portrayals of girlhood

 

Punk Posturing: Furniture, Anatomy and Gender in Performance Aesthetics

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.2. ‘Adventures Close to Home’. Passions, actions and resistances

Challenging canonic orthodoxy: Do-it-yourself cultures break into religion

 

Open Your Box: Subversion and Transformation as Heard by Admirers and

 

Detractors of Yoko Ono’s Voice

 

Being Women in a ‘Classless’ Class: Everyday Life Strategies of Offender Women in Turkey

 

Spread Your Love Like a Fever – Standing up against violence through artivism

 

Rolezinhos: resistance and leisure among the youth in Brazilian metropolises

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. ‘Graffiti and Pixação at School’
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

13h00 – 14h00 – Lunch + RISE UP: A SCIENTIFIC INTERFACE
BOOK: ‘A Fantástica Fábrica [The Fantastic Factory]’, by Leonardo Felipe.

 

FILM: ‘Short Documentary Film, Electric Reunion (Camille Pierre 2018)’

by Camille Pierre, ENSAV (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Audiovisuel), France.

Room Anti The Top [Sala de Reuniões 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto.

 

14h00 – 14h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Rosa Reitsamer
‘‘Playing with a different sex’: The DIY careers of female musicians’

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

14h45 – 15h30 – PLENARY LECTURE: George McKay
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

From 15h30 – OPENING EXHIBITION KISMIF DIY My Darling
Artists: Esgar Acelerado, Chaputa Records, Madame Zine, Mister Fields and others
6th – 7th July 2018
Mundo Fantasma [Ghost World], Shopping Center Brasília, Porto

 

15h30 – 17h15 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
1.7. ‘Time to Get Away’: Events, festivals, meetings and transactions with music

 

DIY and materialities: Street Bands in Rio de Janeiro

 

Do It Together: Collective Management of Festivals

 

Music in the Streets of the Port Zone of Rio de Janeiro

 

German punk feminist festivals’ gender politics and social space: between identity and anti-identity politics

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.3. ‘Art-I-Education’: Alternative pedagogies and artistic education

Blank Canvas: (CH)Art Schools

 

Refusals of Dismemberment: Listening to The War on Drugs through DIY Punk and Rap Collectivities

 

Red shades, rhythms and biology: sonorities break with the expected in the uniqueness of being a woman

 

Masculinity and Standpoint Theory in Punk Pedagogy

 

Flipping a Confucious classroom: TUA-cycling learning model in motivating university students in Taiwan

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

6.1. ‘Give Me New Messages’. New modalities and forms of listening

Music consumption in the streaming era: Music curation practices in Spotify

 

From the ‘Cut-out Generation’ to the ‘Streaming Generation’: Cultural

 

Intermediaries and Western Rock Music in Mainland China

 

Smartphone culture and urban experience: Spotify as a new modulator to music festivals

 

Zoid filling the void: Karen Zoid and political postapartheid Afrikaans rock

 

Rock gaúcho as musical genre and recommendations on the platforms of streaming

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.2. Musical Gender Artivism

Towards a feminist history of popular music: Re-examining writing on rock in the wake of #metoo

 

#VaiMalandra Anitta’s music video in digital networks: political clashes and prejudices in Brazil

 

“Musical gender artivism” in São Paulo, Brazil: re-existences and entertainment

 

Gender Issues in Online Punk-Related Discussions: the Case of Post-Soviet Russia

 

What shot was that? Is Brazilian pop music getting out of the closet?

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. ‘Garça Torta/ Crooked Heron: How to Write, Translate, Illustrate and Publish a Poetry Project’

Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

17h15 – 17h45 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

17h15 – 17h45 – PERFORMANCE ‘Beyond’
Artist: Melissa Gan, Canada.

 

17h45 – 19h30 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
1.8. ‘Black Screen Again’: Global punk, countercultures, (post)subcultures and scenes

 

Fight For Equality – (Left Wing Ideas In the Czech and Slovak Punk/Skinhead Subculture)

 

Hazlo Tu Mismo: Genesis and structure of the Punk Medallo scene in Medellin, Colombia (1985 – 2016)

 

Women and Punk in Ezkerraldea: Thirty Years of Survival

 

Punk as social problem in Spain: youth, gender, social order and media discourse

 

Punk’s not Dead, towards forensics of Iconography: Transgression and resistance in intersecting counter-cultures’ identities

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

4.7. ‘Contaminational Demo(n)crats’. For a new practice of (diverse) taste

Pure taste in popular music: The social construction of indie-folk as a performance of poly-purism

 

The expression of diversity through art

 

Contemporarian patriarchy: discussing gender in a creative process

 

Mixtape: Medium, Message, Materiality

 

The Ethics of Aesthetics

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.4. Performance and activism in Brazilian musical scenes

Musical categorizations, mediations and territorialities – rethinking the notions of identity and musical genre from a song of the musical genre known as “Pagode Baiano”

 

Performance and everyday life in popular Brazilian peripheral music

 

Distantemente: How favela culture is accepted from afar

 

Performances and activism in funk carioca: mapping the LGBTs scene

 

“Musicians of the land”: Fortaleza’s MPB music scene and the strategies to consolidate a career away from the phonographic industry (1980-1985)

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.3. ‘Private Armies’. Another gendered art worlds

Intersections of Punk and Queer in Cinematic Expressions

 

Aliens Against Alienation: How Queer Developers Subvert Gameplay (Doing It Themselves)

 

Drag, Irony and Social Criticism in the Third Space –”Arisa” as a Case in Point

 

Not gay as in happy, but queer as in fuck you – queer practices and nightlife in the city of Porto

 

Rebel Women Breaking the Rules: Enhancing the histories of Manchester’s music worlds

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. ‘Concert photography for music researchers using mobile phones’
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

17h00 – 19h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘Música, som e cultura digital. Perspectivas comunicacionais brasileiras [Music, sound and digital culture. Brazilian Communication Perspectives]’, by Simone Pereira de Sá, Beatriz Polivanov and Simone Evangelista

 

‘Garça Torta [Crooked Heron]’, by Lígia Dabul

Mundo Fantasma [Ghost World], Shopping Center Brasília, Porto

 

19h45 – 20h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘No Future: Punk, Politics and British Youth Culture, 1976-84’, by Matthew Worley.

 

‘The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage’/a>, by Sarah Baker, Catherine Strong, Lauren Istvandity and Zelmarie Cantillon

 

‘Twilight of the Mortals’, by Peter Webb.

Cibermúsica [Cybermusic], Casa da Música, Porto

 

21h30 – 23h00 – SCREENING of the documentary ‘Bloody Bloody Belgium: a history of the underground 1977-2014’,

directed by Roy Wallace.

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

 

 

7th, July

From 09h00 – Registration
Waiting Room [Entrada Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

09h00 – 09h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Carles Feixa
‘Gendered Flows: from urban tribes to transnational gangs’
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

09h45 – 10h30 – PLENARY LECTURE: Motti Regev
‘Aesthetic disruption, expressive isomorphism, rites of cosmopolitanism’

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h30 – 11h00 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

10h40 – 11h00 – PERFORMANCE “MEAT PIECES – Performance”
Artist: Catharina Conte, Criativo Cômica Cultural Complex, Brazil.
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

11h00 – 12h45 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
1.9. ‘I Don’t Want Losing My Edge’: Identities, local, translocal and virtual scenes

 

Rewilding tactics in urban and suburban spaces

 

Music and identity reconstruction of young people in Morocco

 

The many discourses of making a distinction by Finnish alternative musicians

 

LS6 and beyond: self-organisation and the dynamics of inclusion in the Leeds independent music scene

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.5. ‘Highly Inflammable’. Ethnicity, migrations and political mobilization

The look of the camera as a witness in the ethnodocumentary and ethnofiction: script and documentation in the immediate reality

 

Ethnographic documentary: Paumari language championship.

 

Ethnography, audiovisual production and political identitary processes

 

A Humble Introduction on Music Videos of Immigrant Turks: Case Study #1: Ismail YK

 

Ethnicity (De)construction in Theatre Production

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

6.2. ‘Sounds Unlimited’. Musical (co)creations, frontiers and ramifications

The Laudero Del Desierto and his place in bajo sexto´s construction field

 

Digital age, arts and algorithms

 

“Music of Black Holes and sounds from space”. LIGO sonification and their creative side-effects

 

Christina M. Heinen, Post-Doc, Universität Oldenburg, Germany.

 

Noisy Strategies: Modulations in the Uses of Sounds and Noises in Contemporary Culture

 

Women in Rap and Riot Grrrl scenes: network action and DIY in Brazil

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.4. ’Adventures Close to Home’. Legitimacies (and tensions) between gender and sexuality

«Ch-ch-changes: turn and face the strange». David Bowie and the gender-fluid construct: a diachronic reading of a visual manifesto

 

Lido Pimienta, the post-muse of contemporary Canada

 

The representation of the androgynous body in Brazilian popular music

 

“These streets aren’t paved with gold”: on activism and misogyny in today’s underground metal scene

 

“Organic” femininity and alternative motherhood: gender and autonomy in a DIY culture

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. ‘Creative Cities Mapping’
Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

12h45 – 14h00 – Lunch
Room Anti The Top [Sala de Reuniões 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

14h00 – 15h45 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
3.7. National Female Music Icons – A Collection of Case Studies from: Brazil, Portugal, Serbia and Cuba

 

The art of veiling: Rita Redshoes

 

Reflections upon the “genderdization” of popular music professions – the Portuguese case

 

Gloria Estefan controversies as Cuban music icon

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.6. ‘Real Emotions’. Micropolitics and local activism

Instagram Heroines: A pornography of expression and empowerment

 

Banned but not silenced: A brief story about censorship on music, politics & gender.

 

“Ya Habibi Tel Aviv”: A Musical Pinkwashing of Israeli Occupation

 

Casa Amarela Quilombo Afroguarany: occupation, art and resistance in Brazil, São Paulo’s downtown

 

Innovation in Basque music in the sixties and currently

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

6.3. ‘Days In Heaven’. Cities, fruition, transits and musical mediations

Liminal territories in the structuring of identities: negotiating art worlds and gender in the Lisbon of António Variações

 

From “underground” music studios into public space: the story of a local DIY scene that claimed the buildings and streets of its city

 

Changing Identities of DIY based Music Venues? Clubs between Scene-Traditionalism, Assimilation and ‘Subcultural Institutionalization’.

 

Sounds in Transit: The relation between the Indie Rock scene in Fortaleza (Brazil) and the city

 

In the flow, in the city: music and skateboarding

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.5. ‘Yours Is Mine’. Male dominations: reproductions and legitimations

Issues of Gender and Race in the particular case of Los Angeles Gangsta Rap

 

Doing Diversity or Keeping Homogeneity: Masculinity and Whiteness in Rock Music Classification

 

The Intergenerational Reproduction of Male Dominance in Straight Edge Hardcore

 

Brazilian graffiti women writers in Sao Paulo: artistic and cultural entrepreneurship careers

 

Punk, gender and politics in Croatia

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. D.I.Y or Die! : Personal self-writing and handmade letters to keep on zine culture

Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

15h45 – 16h15 – Coffee-break
Gardens, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

15h55 – 16h15 – PERFORMANCE ‘The Disinfectant Venus: Exploring Female Addiction in Short Films’
Artists: Karine Alexandrino, Brazil; and Virna Teixeira, King’s College, United Kingdom.
Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

16h15 – 18h00 – PARALLEL SESSIONS + CREATIVE WORKSHOP
4.8. ‘Submerging Arts’: Art worlds, resistances and belongings

 

Relations between art and its various contexts of inscription in three video art works

 

The situation is a lot more nuanced than that – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, intertextuality, mental health and feminism

 

Art direction in music videos: new creative profiles for new music scenes

 

We’re a happy family: scene videos and scene films as home movies. The case of the Galician underground scene

 

Underground culture in Longo’s Johnny Mnemonic (1995) – A Rancièrian analysis

Lost in Room [Anfiteatro 2], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

5.7. ‘I Am a Cliché’: The power of art

Drawn To Punk: Love and Rockets, Subcultural Aesthetics and Latina Agency

 

Creating Feminist Social Awareness in Schools through Art

 

Oblivious Oppression: Ina Boyle (1889-1967) and the Canon of Twentieth- Century Irish Art Music

 

Women on Walls: Graffiti, Street Art & Self-identity in Montreal

 

The illustrator Laura Costa – Biographical Fragmentary – 1910-1993: contributions to a Portuguese feeric imagery during the Estado Novo and beyond

Room to Breathe [201], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

6.4. ‘Living For A Change’. Cities, spaces, places of artistic renegotiation

Photographing Porto: the seams of the city in borderlines of textile sculptures

 

Everyday Life Resistances: The Invisible Countercultural Actors In The City

 

Young people, body and city: practices of urban dances in public spaces at Rio de Janeiro metropolis

 

Making “Musical Asylum” and opening paths of imagination of migration in transit

 

Underground musicians mapping of the city

Just One More Room for You [202], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

7.6. Lolas: Power, solidarity and truth, or the avenues of post-gender freedom

Funk is Power: recent forms of youth empowerment

 

Gastronomy as art: gender issues in the visibility of women as an artist in the practice of haute cuisine through the vision of cinema

 

Nomadic subjectivities, experimentalism and musical post-genre

 

Why the doors are not open for us? – Gypsy underground music in Finland.

 

Finnish Romani Music, Gender (Masculinity) & Difference

 

Make It, Break It, Change It? Locating Feminist Tinkering and Community

 

Building in Canadian Maker Culture

No Room for You [203], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

CW. Pleasure as Resistance: Queering Eroticism as Creative Connection

Two People in a Room [207], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

17h00 – 19h00 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘Cidades Musicais – Comunicação, territorialidade e política [Musical Cities – Communication, territoriality and politics]’, by Cíntia Sanmartin Fernandes and Micael Herschmann.

 

‘A História do Rock (para pais fanáticos e filhos com punkada)
[The History of Rock (for Big Fans and Little Punks)] ‘, by Rita Nabais.

Mundo Fantasma [Ghost World], Shopping Center Brasília

 

18h00 – 18h45 – PLENARY LECTURE: Sara Cohen
‘Gender, Age and the Place of Music: mapping DIY culture in Liverpool’
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

18h45 – 19h00 – TALK: Andy Bennett
Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

 

19h30 – 20h30 – FLASH BOOK LAUNCHES
‘Subcultura: o significado do estilo [Subculture: the meaning of style]’, Portuguese translation of Dick Hebdige’s masterpiece, by Paula Guerra and Pedro Quintela.

 

A cultura material nas (sub)culturas juvenis: do DIY às trocas digitais [The material culture in youth (sub)cultures: from DIY to digital exchanges]’, by Cláudia Pereira and Joana Beleza.

 

‘Rockeros insurgentes, modernos complacientes: un análisis sociológico del rock en la Transición (1975-1985)
[Insurgent Rockers, Modern Complacents: a sociological analysis of rock in the Transition (1975-1985)]’, by Fernán del Val Ripollés.

Café-Concerto, Teatro Rivoli, Porto

 

21h30 – 23h00 – SCREENING of the documentary ‘Lo que hicimos fue secreto’, directed by David Álvarez García
Auditório IAC [Auditorium IAC], Teatro Rivoli, Porto

 

23h30 – 00h30 – GIG ‘TV Smith’
Artist: TV Smith.
Sub-palco [Under Stage], Teatro Rivoli, Porto

 

00h30 – 02h00 – Ending KISMIF Party
Clubbing: Claire Hodgson, Geoff Stahl, Leonardo Felipe, Mark Percival, Thiago Soares and Victor Torpedo.
Barracuda – Clube de Roque, Porto.

 

Share

LOGO-KISMIF project
KISMIF Conference 2016_ Aftermovie
>>>