Venue, Timing and Cost
CARU | Arts re Search Annual Conference 2017
"What does it mean to research art / to research through art?"
Date: Sunday, 10th December 2017
Time: 11am - 6pm (Registration starts at 10.15am)
Location: Chakrabarti Lecture Theatre; Gipsy Lane Campus, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. OX3 0BP
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Kerstin Mey
PVC and Dean, Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design, University of Westminster
CARU brings together artists and researchers for yet another day of cross-disciplinary exploration into arts research! The event will consist of an exciting mixture of talks and performances from a variety of creative and academic disciplines, including Fine Art, Live Art, Social Practice, Art History, Anthropology, Education, Science and Technology, to question and debate various areas of arts research, such as themes, material/form, documentation and practice methodology.
Keynote talk: 'Resonances and Discords'
The presentation will explore research in art at the interface to other epistemological systems and approaches. Drawing on case studies, it will explore key strategies and tactical manoeuvres of knowledge making in order to explore the hermeneutics of practice led inquiry in the space of art.
"The artist in the boardroom: Action research within decision-making spaces"
"Exploring the Art space as fluid cultural site through the immediacy of the performance and its inherent collaborative ethos"
"Chapter 1 (draft): Using text in performance: a range of strategies"
"Memory and identity within Bosnia’s Mass Graves"
"Arcade Interface Art Research"
"Making sounds happen is more important than careful listening (with cups)"
"Shadow:Other:myself / photographic research from 2010"
"Un-knowing unknowing in painting as research"
"Developing an artistic epistemology"
Delegate/Attendance fees: £20 (Students £15) - includes lunch & refreshments
Register at: ars2017.eventbrite.co.uk