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Articulating networks : Collaboration in the project Nocturne

Academy of Visual Arts (November 21, 2012)

CONFERENCE / SYMPOSIUM : International Conference on Research Creativity : Praxis

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Articulating networks : Collaboration in the project Nocturne
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MAJOR SPEAKER : Olston, Katherine
LENGTH : 23 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Amorphous, intangible, intuitive and multivalent, the process of creative inquiry in the visual arts resists definition within the strict parameters of the term ‘research’ as understood in the humanities and the social sciences. How then, can artists articulate the process of creative inquiry in a way specific and relevant to the visual arts, a way which embraces the collaboration of human and nonhuman entities, the sensorial nature of art, the ambiguity, and subjectivity inherent to the endeavour, and the role of haptic praxis in the creative process? This paper will address these concerns in relation to Nocturne, a collaborative and on-going project initiated by artists Katherine Olston and Andrew Burrell.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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