Application of the Action Survey for Tacit Knowledge Production in Artistic Research
For the application of the Action Survey for Tacit Knowledge production in Artistic Research I have chosen for a lecture performance. In the seminar Lecture Performance – Between Art and Academia, archived on the website of Overgaden, Institute of Contemporary Art, that took place from the seventh to the ninth of June 2013 in Copenhagen, the format of the lecture performance is characterized as a particular discipline in a field between art and science. The character of the lecture performance is exemplified as follows:
‘As a hybrid of research, lecture, visual art and performative narrative techniques, the lecture performance as format addresses key questions of the status and potential of art in knowledge society, as well as the mechanisms of producing and framing knowledge.’
In my opinion lecture performances are therefore the designated format, discipline or medium to show the application of the Action Survey.
The format is also linked to my practice project. During my study Artistic Research at the University of Amsterdam (2010-2013) I mainly focused on the lecture performance as format for my artistic research projects that resulted in the lecture performance If Life Gives You Lemons (2012) as final project.
To give an example of the Action Survey as tool for Tacit Knowledge production in Artistic Research i will apply this tool on the artistic research of the lecture performance If Life Gives You Lemons (2012).
 Hosted by Rongwrong on the 14th of December 2012 Amsterdam. Rongwrong is a space for art and theory, run by Arnisa Zeqo and Antonia Carrara.