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MoVE, Participation, and Partnerships

In the introduction of the Handbook of Arts-Based Research Patricia Leavy (2017) lists various properties of arts-based research. One of these properties is that arts-based research methods are open to participation. Arts-based research methods, and the projects they occur within, require participation.…

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Interruption and invention

We have a limited ability to sense or know the total variation of the complex processes between the bodies and forces that comprise the world. There is a certain opaqueness in the way we sense the variation which occurs in…

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Artistic production and place making

Aspects of my methodological position are informed by ideas within the discourse which arises in the conjunction of art and research. There is currently much theorisation relating to art making, thinking processes, affect, and how artists work with concepts and…

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