Broadly speaking the JAR Network space is about artistic research and the activities of the communities of practitioners. We are particular interested to hear about exciting initiatives and the urgencies that drive people’s work using a more speculative approach to writing that allows to express what is at stake. However, we are also interested in the more personal reflections rooted in your own research practice.

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Texts on the JAR Network are hosted on and not the Research Catalogue (RC) as JAR’s peer reviewed contributions are. As a consequence, there is much less flexible use of media and no control by the author over the design of the page. Furthermore, publications in the JAR Network need not be expositional, i.e. expose practice as research. Click here for more information about submissions to JAR. Please consider making a submission to JAR should you aim at a presentation of your own practice as research.