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Thinking through art : reflections on art as research /

by Macleod, Katy; Macleod, Katy; Holdridge, Lin.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Innovations in art and design: Publisher: London : Routledge, 2006Description: xiv, 256 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0415364779 :.Subject(s): Art -- Philosophy | Art -- PhilosophyOnline resources: Publisher description | Table of contents
Contents:
Foreword / Christopher Frayling -- Introduction / Katy MacLeod and Lin Holdridge -- 1. Art and theoria / Nicholas Davey -- 2. Interrupting the artist : theory, practice and topology in Sartre's aesthetics / Clive Cazeaux -- 3. Concrete abstractions and intersemiotic translations : the legacy of Della Volpe / Kenneth G. Hay -- 4. Repeat : entity and ground - visual arts practice as critical differentiation / Ken Neil -- 5. The virtually new : art, consciousness and form / Peter Dallow -- 6. Representing illusions / Tim O'Riley -- 7. Spatial ontology in fine art practice / Naren Barfield -- 8. Sidekick / Elizabeth Price -- 9. Painting : poignancy and ethics / Jim Mooney -- 10. Poesis / Siun Hanrahan -- 11. Frozen complexity / Milos Rankovic -- 12. Decolonising methods : reflecting upon a practice-based doctorate / Gavin Renwick -- 13. Hybrid texts and academic authority : the wager in creative practice research / Iain Biggs -- 14. The gesture of writing / Kerstin Mey -- 15. Derrida's 'two paintings in painting' : a note on art, discourse and the trace / Jeff Collins -- 16. A method of search for reality : research and research degrees in art and design / Timothy Emlyn Jones -- Afterword : on beyond research and new knowledge / James Elkins.
Review: "Thinking Through Art takes an innovative look at artists' experiences of undertaking doctorates. If the making of art is not simply the formation of an object, but also the formulation of complex ideas, then what effect does academic inquiry have on art practice?" "The artists, philosophers, art historians and cultural theorists contributing to Thinking Through Art address the complexity of interpreting art as research and suggest ways in which the visual in relation to the verbal could more actively engage intellectual debate."--BOOK JACKET. List(s) this item appears in: Honours Research Methods 1.1
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [248]-256)

Foreword / Christopher Frayling -- Introduction / Katy MacLeod and Lin Holdridge -- 1. Art and theoria / Nicholas Davey -- 2. Interrupting the artist : theory, practice and topology in Sartre's aesthetics / Clive Cazeaux -- 3. Concrete abstractions and intersemiotic translations : the legacy of Della Volpe / Kenneth G. Hay -- 4. Repeat : entity and ground - visual arts practice as critical differentiation / Ken Neil -- 5. The virtually new : art, consciousness and form / Peter Dallow -- 6. Representing illusions / Tim O'Riley -- 7. Spatial ontology in fine art practice / Naren Barfield -- 8. Sidekick / Elizabeth Price -- 9. Painting : poignancy and ethics / Jim Mooney -- 10. Poesis / Siun Hanrahan -- 11. Frozen complexity / Milos Rankovic -- 12. Decolonising methods : reflecting upon a practice-based doctorate / Gavin Renwick -- 13. Hybrid texts and academic authority : the wager in creative practice research / Iain Biggs -- 14. The gesture of writing / Kerstin Mey -- 15. Derrida's 'two paintings in painting' : a note on art, discourse and the trace / Jeff Collins -- 16. A method of search for reality : research and research degrees in art and design / Timothy Emlyn Jones -- Afterword : on beyond research and new knowledge / James Elkins.

"Thinking Through Art takes an innovative look at artists' experiences of undertaking doctorates. If the making of art is not simply the formation of an object, but also the formulation of complex ideas, then what effect does academic inquiry have on art practice?" "The artists, philosophers, art historians and cultural theorists contributing to Thinking Through Art address the complexity of interpreting art as research and suggest ways in which the visual in relation to the verbal could more actively engage intellectual debate."--BOOK JACKET.

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