New Book Series: Research/Practice, ed. Anthony Downey (Sternberg Press/MIT, 2019)

 

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What is meant by artistic research and how does it contribute to the formation of experimental knowledge systems? Drawing on material not usually given precedence in relation to the finished artwork, including diaries, notebooks, digital and social media, informal communications, and other miscellany, Research/Practice examines the inter- and cross-disciplinary research methodologies that artists employ in the development of their practices. Expanding on the formal and informal components that were involved in the evolution of diverse methods and strategies, as this series develops it will offer an accessible and timely enquiry into a core question: in their often speculative and yet purposeful approach to generating research, what forms of critical knowledge do artists produce?

Published by Sternberg Press

ISBN: 9783956794766160

pp. | 4.75 in x 7 in

90 color illus., 30 b&w illus.

Volume 01: Michael RakowitzI’m good at love, I’m good at hate, it’s in between I freeze

Editor: Anthony Downey

Essay: Anthony Downey

Volume 02: Heba Y. Amin: The General’s Stork

Editor: Anthony Downey

Interview: Laura Poitras and Heba Y Amin

Volume 03: Larissa SansourHeirloom (Published on the occasion of the 58th Venice Biennale)

Editor: Anthony Downey

Essay: Nat Muller

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