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Laying Practice on the Line: Drawing as a Subject, Tool and Research outcome

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Publication date11/2012
Host publicationThe Art of Research : Processes, Results and Contribution
EditorsMaarit Makela, Tim O'Riley
Place of publicationHelsinki
PublisherAalto University School of Art and Design
Pages114-135
Number of pages22
VolumeII
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This article originated as an accompaniment to a visual exhibition
of studio outcomes to examine the methodology of my studio-based
doctoral project to analyse where, how and to what end this research
is reliant on practice. In my example, drawing practice is informed by
collaborations in the sciences and has performed multiple functions: a
subject, tool and means of disseminating outcomes. This article considers
studio research activities through these three functions to identify
potential for meaningful interdisciplinary exchange.

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