Exposition

To call that 'writing'? (last edited: 2018)

Joa Hug
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In my doctoral research, I am exploring a practice that combines the observation of the process of sensing with paying attention to the process of thinking - the so-called 'research score'. This research exposition is a draft version of a contribution to a special issue of 'Nivel' on the poetics of form in artistic research (http://nivel.teak.fi/poetics-of-form/). "To call that 'writing'?" raises the question whether the linguistic and aesthetic yield of the research score can be considered a form of 'writing' that can be read as research.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsexperimental writing, diffraction, embodied writing, expositionality
date09/05/2017
last modified04/09/2018
statusprogress
share statuspublic
affiliationUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Performing Arts Research Centre/Theatre Academy
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/360034/360035


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