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A Paradigm Analysis of Arts-Based Research and Implications for Education

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Arts-based research methodologies are characteristically emergent, imagined, and derivative form an artist/researcher's practice or arts praxis inquiry models; they are capable of yielding outcomes taking researchers in directions the sciences cannot go."

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The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination

Laboratory n.

1 a facility for experiment, research and learning. 

2 a space where small quantities of hazardous materials can have an effect greater than the sum of their parts.

Insurrectionary adj.

1 rising in open resistance to the established order. 

2 the unknowable and unexpected nature of joyous rebellion.

Imagination n.

1 the ability to form images and ideas of things not yet experienced or seen. 2 a useful tool of survival, especially when liberated and shared.

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Christien Meindertsma

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Christien Meindertsma explores the life of products and raw materials. For her first book, Checked Baggage (2004), Christien purchased a container filled with a week's worth of objects confiscated at security checkpoints in Schiphol Airport after 9/11. She meticulously categorized all 3267 items and photographed them on a white seamless background. Christien’s second book, PIG 05049 (2007), is an extensive collection of photographic images that documents an astounding array of products that different parts of an anonymous pig called 05049 could support. With this book, Christien reveals lines that link raw materials with producers, products and consumers that have become so invisible in an increasingly globalized world.

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The Toaster Project

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"Left to his own devices he couldn’t build a toaster. He could just about make a sandwich and that was it."Mostly Harmless, Douglas Adams, 1992
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luigi serafini codex seraphinianus pdf - Google Search

luigi serafini codex seraphinianus pdf - Google Search | The Temporary Expert: art design + research | Scoop.it
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Link to entire codex:

http://bit.ly/1a3NRyf


Codex Seraphinianus, originally published in 1981, is an illustrated encyclopedia of an imaginary world, created by the Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini during thirty months, from 1976 to 1978.[1] The book is approximately 360 pages long (depending on edition), and written in a strange, generally unintelligible alphabet.

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Jeremy Deller: Sacrilege

Sacrilege, the life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge, created by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller, visited YSP on 11 July 2012 enabling young and…
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Adelheid Mers

Adelheid Mers is a visual artist who devises diagrammatic images after texts and relationships

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Taking Art Seriously: Understanding Studio Research | Art & Education

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Quality in Qualitative Research - methods@manchester: research methods in the social sciences

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Numb – Max Cooper Feat. Kathrin deBoer

see earlier work 

https://vimeo.com/6505158

https://vimeo.com/6505705
http://machinatorium.wordpress.com/ ;

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katherineball.com

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Katherine Ball is a habitat for fungi and bacteria located on planet Earth. Just as waves move an ocean, our collective movements swirl with experiments in alternatives to the dominant discourse, which have included: bicycling across the US to interview Americans working on small-scale solutions to the climate crisis, coordinating a national day of action to halt business at banks and corporations unduly influencing state laws, living in an off-grid, floating island building mushroom filters to clean a polluted lake, and studying the behaviors of various species acting as the ecological counterpart to civil disobedience. An amateur in the best sense of the word originally from Detroit, Michigan, Katherine strives to give more energy to our dreams than our fears.

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also her blog here: mushroomkatie.tumblr.com

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The Center for Genomic Gastronomy

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The Center for Genomic Gastronomy is an independent research institute engaged in exploring, examining and understanding the genomes and biotechnologies that make up the human food systems of planet earth.
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Reproductive Futures - Zoe Papadolpoulou

From tales about the stork, to the ‘birds and the bees’, we have long used story-telling as a way to inform children about families, and ‘where babies come from’.

In the last forty years we have progressed from the first IVF babies, to the current discussion of creating artificial gametes from stem cells or somatic cells. This presents the potential for ‘sperm’ or ‘eggs’ to be created from anyone-regardless of gender, age or sexuality.

Within the content of this rapid acceleration and diversification in ART (Artificial Reproductive Technologies)-how will the stories we tell children evolve? Moreover, will the techniques themselves have the potential to fundamentally change the way we perceive parenthood and reproduction?

Reproductive Futures investigates scientific and technological developments in ART and creates new narratives to explain how babies are made.

 
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Disobedience in Byelorussia: Self-Interrogation on “Research-Based Art” | e-flux

Disobedience in Byelorussia: Self-Interrogation on “Research-Based Art” | e-flux | The Temporary Expert: art design + research | Scoop.it
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"What I will attempt to underline should serve as something of a potential warning to designations such as “research-based practice.”

I am curious myself. Does it give ammunition to the notion that research-based practice should be institutionalized? That I should be institutionalized? Or re-institutionalized? After all, isn’t the artist as incoherent psychotic generally the most acceptable practice? More seriously, the practice of art is not confined to finality. It is centered on questioning rather than illustrating, self-reflexive without guarantee, and, as any material practice, open to the possible consequences."

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SHORT: Bruce Nauman: Make-Work | Art21

SHORT: Bruce Nauman: Make-Work | Art21 | The Temporary Expert: art design + research | Scoop.it
Filmed at Bruce Nauman's New Mexico studio in August 2000, the artist explains his need to expe...
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Artangel | Jeremy Deller: The Battle of Orgreave

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Working outside the white walls of the gallery or the black box of the theatre or cinema, Artangel has commissioned many of the most notable artworks of recent years in a range of unexpected buildings and landscapes.
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Venice Biennale 2013: Jeremy Deller, British Pavilion, review - Telegraph

Venice Biennale 2013: Jeremy Deller, British Pavilion, review - Telegraph | The Temporary Expert: art design + research | Scoop.it
Jeremy Deller has unveiled an angry, aggressive exhibition to represent Britain at the Biennale – dishing up uncomfortable truths about the nation, says Alastair Sooke.
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