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PACT Week 12/13




Art as Research

Research as Art




MCA First year

Speculative/Experimental

Identifying areas of research to be investigated




Conceptual/Theoretical frameworks to inform your practice




Apply and develop understanding of art to apply it to your work




Contemporary and Historical frameworks




Facilitate better communication skills around critical theory and ideas




Reality of 21st Century, you have to be able to articulate and significant the relevance of your art practice critically




Where do you situate your own practice?




The relevance of research to your own practice




Jaye: the work being enough - is not good enough

Jaye’s background - Art History/Theory




Being in exhibitions

Being included in residencies, exhibitions, funding

Selling yourself to curators

The ability to pitch your practice

Sink or swim situation




Play and spontaneity

letting go of the veil of intellectualism/criticism in making




An opportunity for your work to evolve through critique




Practice-led research




The ripple effect of conceptual art

societal knowledge of art works




Art/Artists/Value




Contextualising - how i exist in the world - research




Research/ articulation/ theoretical framework

Practice led - Putting your ideas in the context of the world

Justifying your art in the world

Articulation/confidence

Un-magazine




RUTH from the library




Referencing:




Purchasing ebooks




southbank-library@lists.unimelb.edu.au




Referencing





PACT 1 - Week 13




Research as Art / Art as Research




JAYE Reads Barb B’s article.




Not to describe his/her work

Maps the ruptures,




A unique perspective on the work from the outside in




Discursive mapping project

Artwork to stand eloquently




Mapping the work of art, as well as sending the work out into the world




Jaye - A greater onus on the artists voice in terms of validating their work which historically have been done by other people




Making a move away from the co-dependant curatorial practices and ideas




Damien ideas around how research challenges what art is




PHD research has had an impact on contemporary art




Melody reports on non-academic research

And experience of moving to Iceland




Jaye: How does research contribute to artistic practice




Ideas: How to cry in front of a Rothko painting




Darryn: Talking about those ideas by negating them







Brian Martin - Methodology and Content




Tyson Yunkaporta




The Colonial Fantasy - Why white australia can’t solve black problems




https://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/8651/1/0902_d.pdf




Focoult - Focoult and the contemporary




Darryn: Use and abuse of history, looking at things from a ‘Presentism’ view, not understanding or taking into account the time those things were written in.

Focoult - Epistime /epistimology