Teaching Interdisciplinairy Artistic Research. Diane Carp Artist in Residence.
This report describes how the artist deconstructed his own artistic research processes and translated those into an experiential program which involved a scaffolding of research skills, the development of collective research questions and experimentation, and critical reflection. He developed the class into a working collective by centering investigations around themes and concrete material which created new and common experiences for the group.
The students reported that the multidisciplinary make-up of the class working as a collective created for them an interdisciplinary setting. The investigation of themes gave them neutral starting points for their artistic research. Through team collaborations, the students discovered more about each other’s disciplines and work strategies as practitioners.
Teaching Interdisciplinairy Artistic Research is a digital publication by ON AIR in cooperation with the Art Education Research Group.
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