Art as research : opportunities and challenges /Publication details: Bristol : Intellect, 2013.Description: xvi, 233 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cmISBN:
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|Book||Whitecliffe Library Arts Therapy||Arts Therapy||NX 280 ART (Browse shelf(Opens below))||1||Available||0009902|
|Book||Whitecliffe Library Arts Therapy||Arts Therapy||NX 280 ART (Browse shelf(Opens below))||2||Available||0011096|
|NX 180 SOC YOU Cultural appropriation and the arts||NX 197 NAV Art, media design, and postproduction :||NX 280 ART Art as research :||NX 280 ART Art as research :||NX 280 PRA Practice-led research, research-led practice in the creative arts /||NX 280 ROS Cultivating the arts in education and therapy /||NX 280 VIS Research for people who (think they) would rather create /|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Pt. I Introduction to Part I -- Opportunities and challenges in art-based research / Shaun McNiff -- Art as enquiry: Towards a research method that holds soul truth / Pat B. Allen -- Art-based enquiry: It is what we do! / Mitchell Kossak -- Mentoring and other challenges in art-based enquiry: You will figure it out / Bruce L. Moon -- Art-based research as a pedagogical approach to studying intersubjectivity in the creative arts therapies / Minjung Shim -- Performance as art-based research in drama therapy supervision / David Perrin -- Where are the five chapters?: Challenges and opportunities in mentoring students with art-based dissertations / Sally Atkins -- The risks of representation: Dilemmas and opportunities in art-based research / Janine Brophy-Dixon -- Improvisation and art-based research / Nisha Sajnani -- Know thyself: Awakening self-referential awareness through art-based research / Michael A. Franklin
The feeling of what happens: A reciprocal investigation of inductive and deductive processes in an art experiment / Karen Huckvale -- pt. II Introduction to Part II -- A critical focus on art-based research / Shaun McNiff -- Frames of enquiry: Perplexity, self-integration, pregnant images / Robert E. Innis -- Expecting the unexpected: Improvisation in art-based research / Stephen K. Levine -- On creative writing and historical understanding / Kelsey McNiff -- On the seam: Fiction as truth -- what can art do? / Debra Kalmanowitz -- A more complete knowing: The subjective objective partnership / Jordan S. Potash -- Knowing what is known: Accessing craft-based meanings in research by artists / Ross W. Prior -- Art-based research for engaging not-knowing in organizations / Ariane Berthoin Antal -- Art as a mother tongue: Staying true to an innate language of knowing / Michele Forinash
Shall I hide an art-based study within a recognized qualitative framework? Negotiating the spaces between research traditions at a research university / Tawnya D. Smith -- Trusting the felt sense in art-based research / Laury Rappaport -- Painting research: Challenges and opportunities of intimacy and depth / Barbara J. Fish -- Capturing the transient / Corinna Brown.
The new practice of art-based research uses art making as a primary mode of inquiry rather than continuing to borrow research methodologies from other disciplines to study artistic processes. Drawing on contributions from arts therapies, education, history, organizational studies, and philosophy, the essays critically examine challenges that include the personal nature of artistic inquiry and the complexities of the partnership with social science that has dominated applied arts research; how artistic discoveries are apt to emerge spontaneously; how truth can be examined through both fact and fiction as well as the interplay of objective and subjective experience; and ways of generating artistic evidence and communicating outcomes. Offering examples from all of the arts, this volume will be welcomed by researchers and students in many fields.