FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

CURRENT ISSUE

ISSUE 16

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Editorial

 

Achieving quality in artistic research must be a key concern. In academia, quality is often assessed with regard to the content of a research project, e.g. how novel and substantiated findings are; how those findings are presented usually does not matter. In art, however, both form and content are crucial; hence, the notion of quality must apply to more aspects of a project and in particular to the relations between them. This creates a much more complex situation for the makers of research as well as for reviewers and readers, since particular choices will only make sense if they are understood in the context of other choices – presenting research is not only a production but also an often open-ended calibration process.

Click here to Read More

Abstract

Here I employ techniques of anarchiving to explore the dynamics of notation, improvisatory performance, and analysis in Fluxus artist Ben Patterson's Variations for Double-Bass (1961).

https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.387316

OPEN EXPOSITION

“Responsive Aesthetics: Remediating Digital-to-Analog Television Converters as Artist Tools” documents the research process undertaken to explore the reanimation of a digital-to-analog television converter box as an artistic tool for intervention with the digital broadcast image through real-time datamoshing.

https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.389260

OPEN EXPOSITION

Abstract

Pains are moving, alluring us to world-making-activities, attuning our bodies with other bodies and therefore putting us in relation to others. Pains cut into our net of habits, and even the slightest pain causes a transformation.

https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.308804

OPEN EXPOSITION

Abstract

In my artistic doctoral research project “Vocal Nest”, I worked with the potentialities of non-verbal vocal art in the conditions of psychical suffering. The situation-sensitive human sound installation was actualized at the central corridor of Helsinki University Central Hospital´s Psychiatrycenter in Finland.

https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.387047

OPEN EXPOSITION

The Red Shoes Project Revisited Lise Hovik

Abstract

The author addresses various approaches to artistic research on the basis of her own artistic research project, The Red Shoes Project (2008-14), which consists of three closely related theatre performances for young children (0-3 years).

https://doi.org/10.22501/jar.56059

OPEN EXPOSITION

TOP