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ISSUE 14

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Editorial

JAR has always been careful to invite ‘expositions of practice as research’ rather than just ‘expositions.’ The reason lies in one aspect of the term ‘exposition’, which suggests that ‘to expose’ is to explain something or make it public. While not incorrect, this reading is not sensitive enough to a central idea in JAR: that in the act of exposition, that which is seemingly exposed is also constituted. This creative aspect is the reason why we don’t tell authors how this is best achieved and accept that some submissions employ tested strategies while others test their readers with new solutions to the challenge of ‘exposition’. However the exposition of practice as research may happen, peer-reviewers and the editorial board are called to assess how successful a submission is in unfolding an epistemic claim while keeping in mind that such claims may exceed propositional language.Click here to Read More

 

 

Expositions

My interdisciplinary, practice-led research involves a diverse methodological approach, including experimental film production, continental philosophy, psychoanalysis, and neuroscience...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
OPEN EXPOSITION
'Systems of Pain/Networks of Resilience' is a creative exploration of observation and entanglement as tools for negotiating pain. Research on ecology, restoration, and psychology creates a series of videos, images, and performances...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
OPEN EXPOSITION
Stop and Go is a research project investigating physical and social transformation at nodes and hubs of transnational mobility and migration alongside major pan-European road corridors in a geographic triangle between...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
OPEN EXPOSITION

The Salford Samples Joanne Scott

The Salford Samples is a practice-as-research project in intermedial place-making. Using materials that arise from the city of Salford, including fragments of its cultural history, an autobiographical audio diary...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
OPEN EXPOSITION
"Play" was a project developed by Matilde Meireles and Diogo Alvim with the participation of experimental filmmaker Richard O'Sullivan. This multilayered performance was specially conceived for the annex of the Physical Education Centre at Queen's University Belfast...
http://doi.org/10.22501/jar.285510
OPEN EXPOSITION
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