Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices

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Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices. / Nimkulrat, Nithikul; Seitama-Hakkarainen, Pirita; Pantouvaki, Sofia; de Freitas, Nancy.

In: STUDIES IN MATERIAL THINKING, Vol. 14, No. May 2016, 05.2016, p. 3-9.

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Nimkulrat, N, Seitama-Hakkarainen, P, Pantouvaki, S & de Freitas, N 2016, 'Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices' STUDIES IN MATERIAL THINKING, vol. 14, no. May 2016, pp. 3-9.

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Nimkulrat, N., Seitama-Hakkarainen, P., Pantouvaki, S., & de Freitas, N. (2016). Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices. STUDIES IN MATERIAL THINKING, 14(May 2016), 3-9.

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Nimkulrat N, Seitama-Hakkarainen P, Pantouvaki S, de Freitas N. Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices. STUDIES IN MATERIAL THINKING. 2016 May;14(May 2016):3-9.

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Nimkulrat, Nithikul ; Seitama-Hakkarainen, Pirita ; Pantouvaki, Sofia ; de Freitas, Nancy. / Experience, Materiality and Articulation in Art/ Design and Research Practices. In: STUDIES IN MATERIAL THINKING. 2016 ; Vol. 14, No. May 2016. pp. 3-9.

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abstract = "Over the past two decades, a continuous dialogue and fruitful convergencehas been taking place in academia between art and design related practicesand the practice of research. While the practice of research aims at thegeneration of new knowledge, art and design practices predominantly aimat the creation of new artefacts. However, this does not mean that there isno knowledge involved in the making of artefacts. Rather, knowledge andunderstanding of one’s own creative practice are generated whilst the artefactis being formed. Such knowledge can be called ‘experiential knowledge’ orknowledge that is derived from experience and concerns ‘how things appear’(Williams 2001, p. 189). How artefacts appear in the practices of artists/designersthat are integrated into the conduct of academic research is the focus of thisspecial volume ‘Experience·Materiality·Articulation.’",
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