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Invisible Lines and Parallel Practice: Drawing Connections between Studio, Site and Laboratory

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference paper

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Publication date09/2010
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferencePracticing Science and Techology, performing the Social
CountryItaly
CityTrento
Period1/09/104/11/12

Abstract

This paper discusses a series of artworks arising from a current research project exploring relationshipsbetween the experimental tools and ideas of Art and the investigative procedures of Science. The project responds to both concerns within the drawing research community over disciplinary introspection (Garner
2008) and to what would appear to be a revived interest in collaborative relationships between art and science( Arends 2005, Latour & Weibel 2005, Lyons 2008) within an academic climate of interdisciplinarity and knowledge transfer.


It specifically focuses on a series of hybrid artworks that have emerged from this inquiry, shown alongside some of the epistemic objects (Rhineberger 1987) generated in this process using these to inform
critical discussion of the validity and potential of such a methodology.