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Art practice as research inquiry in visual art.

Author: Greame Sullivan
Publisher: Thousand Oaks (Ca) ; London Sage 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd. Upd. and Rev. EdView all editions and formats

This book presents the argument that the creative and cultural inquiry undertaken by artists is a form of research.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greame Sullivan
ISBN: 1412974518 9781412974516
OCLC Number: 968259665
Notes: 1e dr.: 2005. - Met lit. opg. en reg.
Description: 280 p. ill. 23 cm
Contents: Preface to the Second EditionAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Re-Viewing Visual Arts Research Changing Demands of Visual Arts Theory and Practice Art Practice as Research Using Art Practice as ResearchPART I: CONTEXTS FOR ART PRACTICE AS RESEARCH1. Pigment to Pixel The Enlightenment as a Research Project Promise of Progress Fractured Realities Conclusion2. Paradigms Lost Method as Truth Doubting Doctrines The Visual Turn Conclusion3. Practice and Beyond Theorizing Practice Practice-Based and Practice-Led Research ConclusionPART II: THEORIZING ART PRACTICE AS RESEARCH4. Art Practice as Research Beyond Knowledge to Understanding Frameworks of Art Practice as Research Art Practice as Relational Research Art Practice as Transformative Research Conclusion5. Visual Knowing Visual Cognition Visual Arts Knowing: A Framework Visual Arts as Transcognitive Practice A Case Study: Critical Influence Conclusion6. Artist as Theorist Sites of Making Reemergence of the Artist-Theorist Critical Perspectives and Practices ConclusionPART III: VISUAL ARTS RESEARCH PRACTICES7. Visualizing Practices A Framework of Visual Arts Practices Visual Practice: Experiences Empirical Inquiry: Exercises Interpretive Discourse: Encounters Critical Process: Enactments Conclusion8. Visual Arts Projects Exhibition and Performance Visual Arts Research Projects Solid Endings and Liquid Beginnings Uncertain ConclusionsReferencesIndex


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