Exposition

The Entanglement of Arts and Sciences. On the Transaction Costs of Transdisciplinary Research Settings (2019)

Martin Tröndle

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Using the research project eMotion – mapping museum experience as a working example, the exposition examines the advantages and risks, challenges and hurdles, methods and management of projects based on transdisciplinary art research. On the one hand, analysis shows that the participating researchers’ embedded character, in their respective disciplines, requires a specific management in order to increase the formation of group identity and to get used to collective authorship. On the other, it underlines that transdisciplinary research does more than simply shed light on the investigated object from several perspectives. Rather, the integration of the arts can lead to a new epistemology via different forms of data displays such as sonification and image-producing processes, which in turn create a new aesthetic dimension.
typeresearch exposition
date01/01/2011
published29/04/2019
last modified29/04/2019
statuspublished
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/12219/12220
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/jar.12219
published inJournal for Artistic Research
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12370 Background image Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12365 FN18 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12366 Le Journal de la Culture Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12360 Fig. 5-2: Experiment to test the effect of curatorial groupings. #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12358 Fig. 5-1: Experiment to test the effect of curatorial groupings. #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12356 Fig. 3-4: Exit survey #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12354 Fig. 3-3: Visitor in front of On Kawaras work #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12352 Fig. 3-2: Survey #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12350 Fig.3-1 Glove #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12348 Fig. 6-1: Tasks, team, timeline #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12346 Fig. 6-2: Legend #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12338 Fig. 8-1: Database programming #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12336 Fig. 8-2: Glove development #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12334 Fig. 8-4: Scientists discussing experimental setups #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12332 Fig. 9-1: Development of the portrayal process (three images from the final phase of the development of the image-producing process). The visitor behaviour of 30 participants in Space 2 is mapped, that is, their physiological reactions and paths (grey). T Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12330 Fig. 9-2: Development of the portrayal process (three images from the final phase of the development of the image-producing process). The visitor behaviour of 30 participants in Space 2 is mapped, that is, their physiological reactions and paths (grey). T Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12328 Fig. 9-3: Development of the portrayal process (three images from the final phase of the development of the image-producing process). The visitor behaviour of 30 participants in Space 2 is mapped, that is, their physiological reactions and paths (grey). T Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12322 Fig. 11: Example of the Sonification: Sonification of Visitor Number Six #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12320 Fig. 10: Score of the sonification of the architectural space #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12272 Viernich compact #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12268 Viernich spreach out #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12260 Nedko Solakov, ”A label level, 2009”, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12254 Nedko Solakov, ”A label level, 2009”, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12250 Fig. 7a. #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12244 Background image #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12242 Fig 8-3 #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12240 Visitor flow around space #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12232 Le Journal de la Culture #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12228 Background image #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
12222 Background image #0 Martin Tröndle All rights reserved
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