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Embodied and walking pedagogies : engaging the visual domain : research co-creation and practice

Author: Kim Snepvangers; Susan Davis
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Common Ground Research Networks, [2019]
Series: Transformative pedagogies in the visual domain
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book reconsiders fundamental questions about visual and embodied practice by developing responses to walking and embodied pedagogy using arts-based research methodologies. Diverse practices of data gathering, observation and collation of the visual and experiential archive are successively linked to experimental pedagogic practice and concepts of mobility to enhance possibilities for knowing. The contribution  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Embodied and walking pedagogies.
Champaign, IL : Common Ground Research Networks, [2019]
(DLC) 2018048283
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kim Snepvangers; Susan Davis
ISBN: 1863351329 9781863351324
OCLC Number: 1076415176
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Transforming dialogues about research with embodied and walking pedagogies in art, education and the cultural sphere / Dr Kim Snepvangers, Prof Susan Davis and Ivana Taylor --
Walking with ethico-politico-urban-wonder / Dr Louise Phillips --
On the edges of encounter : walking, liminality and the act of being between / Prof Andrew Hickey, Tanya Pauli-Myler and Carly Smith --
The presence of the walker in the moving image : some cross-cultural observations / Dr Gabrielle Finnane --
The art of anchoring : towards a practice of sitting-as-art / Dr Michael Garbutt --
Knowing body, knowing time : contemplative-embodied art engagement as an inventive research practice / Dr Nico Roenpagel --
Art and design pedagogies after the situated turn / Dr Michel Van Dartel --
Peripatopolis performance methods of the International Peripatetic Sculptors Society / Dr Ben Parry --
Writing stories and lives: documenting women connecting, communing and coming together / Dr Sarah Loch, Dr Ali Black, Dr Gail Crimmins, Dr Janice Jones and Julianne Impiccini --
The (re)lived experience : the use of memory to explore the practice of teaching visual arts / Donna Mathewson Mitchell --
Making-lines : experimenting with movement, affect and aesthetic causality through arts-based educational research / David Rousell, Prof Alexandra Lascziky and Professor Rita L. Irwin --
Ground truth : embodiment and science in the Antarctic Dry Valleys / Professor Andrea Polli --
The dramatic traveller : real and imagined journeys for the dramatist and drama pedagogue / Prof Susan Davis --
And they are seeing you : making culture with the help of Goethe's "exact sensorial imagination" and Ungunmerr's "Dadirri" / Maya Ward --
Towards a pedagogy of grounded mobilities / Prof Susan Davis and Dr Kim Snepvangers.
Series Title: Transformative pedagogies in the visual domain
Responsibility: edited by Dr. Kim Snepvangers and Dr. Susan Davis.

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"This book reconsiders fundamental questions about visual and embodied practice by developing responses to walking and embodied pedagogy using arts-based research methodologies. Diverse practices of data gathering, observation and collation of the visual and experiential archive are successively linked to experimental pedagogic practice and concepts of mobility to enhance possibilities for knowing. The contribution of this book lies in the recognition of visual and embodied performativity in transforming opportunities for meaning and significance. Collective action and provocations under experimental conditions expand sensibilities towards the social realm extending ecologies and environmental discernment beyond human deliberation. The role and place of 'material', affect and embodiment in participatory pedagogies signals new relationships between objects, sites, bodies, events, display, exhibitions, affective research methodologies and learning. The chapters re-imagine sites and situations of learning through concepts of grounded mobilities, mindfulness and living embodiments of practice. Critically reflective practice anticipates the value of local and trans-regional knowledge exchange as well as 21st century global connectivity"--

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