Exposing the Artistic Research Process
The research afternoon at the LUCA Show Case in Genk focuses on artistic research processes and on how a researcher can adequately visualize or expose this research process. Eight doctoral students from all research units of LUCA School of Arts will give insight into their ongoing research, both by exhibiting elements from their work as well as by giving an oral presentation on their work.
The partaking PhD researchers are Klaas Verpoest (Intermedia), Hoda Siahtiri (Intermedia), Sarah Vandemoortele (Music & Drama), Mariske Broeckmeyer (Music & Drama), Jasper Vrancken (Inter-Actions), Danny Leen (Inter-Actions), Gabi Molist (Image) and Tine Guns (Image).
Guest speaker is Johan Haarberg, former director of the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and since 2018 executive officer of the international Society for Artistic Research (SAR). SAR promotes practices of artistic research both in and outside academic institutions and facilitates cooperation and communication through meetings and conferences. The organization plays an important role in the recognition and dissemination of artistic research results, e.g. through the publication of the Journal for Artistic Research (JAR), an online peer-reviewed journal for artistic research from all artistic disciplines. Given the topic of the research afternoon, Johan Haarberg will focus on the Research Catalogue (RC), a searchable repository of artistic research which also functions as an online working space in which researchers in the arts can expose, document and discuss their ongoing research project.
The research afternoon finishes with a debate on Exposing the Artistic Research Process.
- 13u00: Welcome and coffee
- 13u30 – 15u30: presentations by eight doctoral students in the arts
- 15u30 – 16u00: coffee break, visit to the exhibition
- 16u00 – 16u30: Research Catalogue by Johan Haarberg
- 16u30 – 17u00: Debate “Exposing the Artistic Research Process”, moderated by Veerle Van der Sluys.