JAR is part of an active community and network of practice. An academic journal is also a social institution shaped by its contributors, whether they are authors, peer-reviewers or editors. This list also includes our readers who, in being affected by what we publish, are also agents of change in the continuously shifting landscape of artistic research. The JAR Network space is below, above and besides what is possible in the peer-reviewed journal. It carries no restrictions in terms of language, length, topic or theme.
The JAR Network space features three types of contributions, channels, reflections and book reviews.
If you would like to contribute, please contact JAR using the website contact form. Please click here for more information.