«The name itself exemplifies these features by setting art and graphy, and the identities of artist, researcher, and teacher (a/r/t), in contiguous relations. None of these features is privileged over another as they occur simultaneously in and through time and space»

Irwin et al. (2006:3)


Artiklar som er relevant for mellom prosjektet :

Rita L. Irwin, Ruth Beer, Stephanie Springgay, Kit Grauer, Gu Xiong, Barbara Bickel (2006). The rhizomatic relations of a/r/tography

Rita L. Irwin, Barbara Bickel, Valerie Triggs, Stephanie Springgay,
Ruth Beer, Kit Grauer, Gu Xiong and Pauline Sameshima (2009) The City of Richgate: 61 A/r/tographic Cartography as Public Pedagogy

Natalie LeBlanc, Sara Florence Davidson, Jee Yeon Ryu, Rita L. Irwin (2015) Becoming through a/r/tography, autobiography and stories in motion

Ann-Hege Lorvik Waterhouse, Lovise Søyland og Kari Carlsen (2019) Eksperimentelle utforskinger av materialer og materialitet
i transmaterielle landskaper

Tone Pernille Østern (2017) Å forske med kunsten som metodologisk praksis med aesthesis som mandat


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