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Research For People Who (Think They) Would Rather Create 1.1

Writer
Dirk Vis
Date
2022
Publisher
Onomatopee
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-94-93148-43-7
Size
5.1 × 7.9 inches
Length
136 pp
Genre
Arts Writing, Design
Description

What is artistic research? What is a research document? How do these relate to the making process, invention, and creativity? What exactly is expected of me? If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions, then this book is for you. Research For People Who (Think They) Would Rather Create addresses all relevant aspects that need to be considered during a research and documentation process, such as: finding the right topic and approach; formulating your research question; working out your methods; choosing one or more suitable writing styles; and considering the possible roles of visual, virtual, auditory, embodied, and spatial materials.

“At the heart of Research for People Who (Think They) Would Rather Create are dozens of examples from the field of art and design – each of which illustrates one specific aspect of developing a thesis, essay, paper, report, proposal, research document, or however else it may be referred to in your own setting. You can read this book from cover to cover, or you can immediately flip to those subjects which you find most relevant at any given moment. Ultimately, Research for People Who (Think They) Would Rather Create is an invitation to contribute – quite literally, with your own projects, examples, and questions – since our goal is to help you develop your own research.”

Second edition

  1. research for people Who (Think They) Would Rather Create 1.1
  2. Research for people 02
  3. Research for people 03
  4. Research for people 04
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