Publication: Article, Leiden University Press, artist(s)/author(s): Michael Schwab
, Henk Borgdorff
The Exposition of Artistic Research: Publishing Art in Academia
introduces the pioneering concept of ‘expositions’ in the context of art and design research, where practice needs to be exposed as research to enter academic discourse. It brings together reflective and methodological approaches to exposition writing from a variety of artistic disciplines including fine art, music and design, which it links to questions of publication and the use of technology. The book proposes a novel relationship to knowledge, where the form in which this knowledge emerges and the mode in which it is communicated makes a difference to what is known.
Schwab, Michael, and Henk Borgdorff, eds.
The Exposition of Artistic Research: Publishing Art in Academia.
Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2014.
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Michael Schwab & Henk Borgdorff
Notes on Media Sensitivity in Artistic Research
Artistic Researching: Expositions as Matters of Concern
Ruth Benschop, Peter Peters & Brita Lemmens
Aesthetic Sensibility and Artistic Sonification
The Meaningful Exposition
Michael Biggs & Daniela Büchler
Expositions in the Research Catalogue
Practising the Artistic Research Catalogue
Artistic Expositions within Academia: Challenges, Functionalities, Implications and Threats
Lucy Amez, Binke van Kerckhoven & Walter Ysebaert
‘Scaling Parnassus in Running Shoes’: From the Personal to the Transpersonal via the Medium of Exposition in Artistic Research
Integrating the Exposition in Music-Composition Research
When One Form Generates Another: Manifestations of Exposure and Exposition in Practice-Based Artistic Research
Writing Performance Practice
Distant Voices and Bodies in a Market Square
From Wunderkammer to Szeemann and Back: The Artistic Research Exposition as Performative and Didactic Experience
Pol Dehert & Karel Vanhaesebrouck
Between the White Cube and the White Box: Brian O’Doherty’s Aspen 5+6, An Early Exposition