Dr Simon Harvey is Associate Professor and co-course coordinator in the programme Art and Common Space at KiT.
Research interests include: mapping in artistic practices; counter-cartographies; alternative tourisms; smuggling and visual culture; rhythm and contemporary art; and art and public space.
Recent and forthcoming publications include:
Rhythm: On the Pulse of Art and Life (forthcoming 2020)
Smuggling: Seven Centuries of Contraband (Reaktion Books, London) March 2016
Artscape Nordland. (Various chapters on Per Inge Bjørlo, Antony Gormley, Hulda Hákon, Kain Tapper) 2017
`New Silk Roads`(Guggenheim USB map blog, https://www.guggenheim.org/blogs/author/simon-harvey) 2016
`Twisted Logics: A Topological Turn in Counter-Cartography`, in Figuren des Globalen (V&R/University of Bonn Press) 2014.
`Sport, Art and In-Competence`, in Art and Common Space (NTNU/KiT) 2013.
`Misguided: Trondheim Guidebook - Cultural Capital`, in Art and Common Space, 2013.
`Mining Romanticism: A New Strike on an Old Seam`, for exhibition catalogue `New Horizons, Landscape and the Contemporary Romantic`, Kunstraum T27, Berlin, Jan 2012, and Baroniet Rosendal, Norway, May 2012.
`Prohibition, Smuggling and Rhubarb`, in Vestavin. Launched UKS, One Night Only series, Oslo, Feb 2012.
`Brattøra: Bridging the Gap Between Art and Urban Planning`, Art Scene Trondheim (website) 2011.
'The Force of Mapping` Whose Map is it? new mapping by artists INIVA (Institute of International Visual Arts), London, 2010.
Kunstakademiet i Trondheim
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)