Assuming that in artistic research we may encounter local and limited knowledges, it is difficult to speculate – in general – what its audience might be and what this audience may, actually, experience. It is not enough to simply believe that a host of negotiations have to be entered into, which will eventually be settled; rather, it may well be that the various identities that appear to meet during these negotiations are not necessarily stable and that, perhaps, something or somebody will have become that thing or body only through such a meeting. If this is the case, where is the knowledge and where is it not? And, what relations are implied?
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Lowry, Sean, and Nancy de Freitas. 2013. ‘The Frontiers of Artistic Research: The challenge of critique, peer review and validation at the outmost limits of location-specificiy’, 2013 Conference Proceedings (presented at the Critique 2013, Adelaide, South Australia), pp. 137–51.
Rancière, Jacques. 2009. The Emancipated Spectator (London and New York: Verso), pp. 1-23.
Foucault, Michel. 1990. Politics, Philosophy, Culture: Interviews and Other Writings, 1977-1984, Lawrence Kritzman (ed.), New Ed edition (New York: Routledge). The notion of probematization in the chapter 'The Concern for Truth', pp. 255-267.
Agamben, Giorgio. 1993. The Coming Community, trans. by Michael Hardt (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press)
Lomax, Yve. 2009. Passionate Being: Language, Singularity and Perseverance, First Edition edition (London ; New York : New York: I B Tauris & Co Ltd)