Art as a thinking process : visual forms of knowledge production / edited by Mara Ambrožič & Angela Vettese
- How do we teach art / Angela Vettese -- Undermining orthodoxies / John Aiken -- Regeneration / Mara Ambrožič -- Re_ACT : research-based artistic practice at MIT's Program in Art, Culture and Technology / Ute Meta Bauer -- Microutopias and pedagogies for the twenty-first century / Carol Becker -- Economic dogmatism and poetical thought in the coming European insurrection / Franco Berardi -- Digging / Jeremiah Day -- Art as a way of thinking / Marco De Michelis -- What the scientist's eye tells the artist's brain / Paolo Garbolino -- Quest for the common good and the participatory community / Mike Hannula -- Experience as thinking / Mary Jane Jacob -- Artistic research formalized into doctoral programs / Jan Kaila -- Teaching contemporary art (and aesthetics) / Lev Kreft -- Concrete concepts / Cornelia Lauf -- Art as a form of knowledge and as a creative process / Paolo Legrenzi and Alessandra Jacomuzzi -- From work to research : sites of artistic research / Hongjohn Lin -- What the thunder said : toward a scouting report on "art as a thinking process" / Sarat Maharaj -- Feminist research in visual arts / Suzana Milevska -- Fictional faculties / Simon Njami -- Curating in the twenty-first century / Hans Ulrich Obrist -- Art as a thinking process : new reflections / John Rajchman -- Thinking through / Gertrud Sandqvist -- Institutional conscience of art / Henk Slager -- Art as occupation : what happens to knowledge? / Hito Steyerl -- Technical efflorescence / Chiara Vecchiarelli -- We are the board, but what is an assemblage? / Mike Wilson.
- The work of art has often been a battleground--its decorative and formal aspects positioned against its nature as an embodiment of cognitive acts. Leonardo da Vinci's claim that art be a "cosa mentale" is winning at last: recent debates around art schools and their methods, of which this book is a vast survey, demonstrate that, now more than ever, art is considered the result of a thinking process.
- "This book draws its origins from a conference held at the Iuav University of Venice within the Graduate Degree Program in Visual Arts"--P. 8.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 256-264).
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