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Editorial

This is JAR’s tenth peer-reviewed issue. We are massively proud of having made it this far, but also grateful to the many artists and researchers across the globe who have been supporting the project by submitting their expositions of practice as research, by acting as peer-reviewers or – as members of the Society for Artistic Research – by supporting us in general. A big Thank You to all of you. On a more personal level, I would also like to say Thank You to my colleagues past and present on the Editorial Board and the representatives of the Society for Artistic Research: all of you have made sure that we have remained positive, self-critical and supportive of each other. In particular, I would like to thank Barnaby Drabble for his work as Managing Editor during the last years. While I am sad that Barnaby will step down from this role, I am happy to report that he will continue his work on the Editorial Board.Click here to Read More

The expanded cinema performance ‘Palestinian Wildlife Series’ parallels posthuman and postcolonial circumstance, using appropriated imagery of African animals shot directly from a television set in Palestine.Chronicling the experimentation and process...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.135120

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This work is an attempt to combine the fields of architecture, critical theory, and literature. It deals with the question of how an architectural artefact develops its meaning within a larger discourse through its image, and how this relates to the everyday life of the physical space of the artefact...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.211221

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This exposition deals with narcissism, narrativity, self-portraiture, and photography. It illustrates a practice-based research project instigated in 2007 that aims to decode and recover narcissism as a useful...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.208783

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This exposition considers the use of mycology and chance operation as a method and material for arts-based research. The exposition details a series of mushroom hunting excursions designed to engage four artist-teachers in collaborative...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.139420

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The recent enthusiasm for gestures of hospitality in contemporary art promises relief from the individualising forces of neoliberal capitalism and the professionalised hierarchies of the art world...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.228399

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'Place setting: notes on Red76's Occupy Yr. Home' is a collaborative piece of writing between Heath Schultz and Sam Gould, primary organiser of the artist group Red76. The piece doubles as a critical review of the Red76 project 'Occupy Yr. Home' ...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.154398

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