Artists-in-Labs: Processes of Inquiry

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Jill Scott
Springer Vienna, Feb 9, 2006 - Art - 136 pages
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This book verifies the need for the arts and the sciences to work together in order to develop more creative and conceptual approaches to innovation and presentation. By blending ethnographical case studies, scientific viewpoints and critical essays, the focus of this research inquiry is the lab context. For scientists, the lab context is one of the most important educational experiences. For contemporary artists, laboratories are inspiring spaces to investigate, share know-how transfer and search for new collaboration potentials. The nine labs represented in this book are from the natural, computing and engineering sciences. An enclosed comprehensive DVD documents the results, the problems and serves as a guideline for the future of true Art/Sci experiments.

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Contents

Foreword by Sigrid Schade
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Processes of Inquiry Jill Scott
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Collaborative Research Interdisciplinary Scholarship and the Interpretation of Hybrid Forms I Edward A Shanken
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About the author (2006)

Jill Scott. Studied at the Center for Advanced Inquiry into the Interactive Arts, University of Wales, Great Britain, as well as in California, USA, and Melbourne Australia. Numerous exhibitions and publications. Numerous professorships, amongst others at the Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany. At present professor for research and development at the Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Zurich, Switzerland.

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