Representing creativeness: practice-based approaches to research in creative arts
Author: Dallow, Peter
Source: Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, Volume 2, Number 1, 1 March 2003 , pp. 49-66(18)
Abstract:The investigation of creativeness in the creative arts requires some theoretical originality to enable the development of an effective research method capable of subtly reporting upon original artistic activity. The research endeavour requires something of the tactfulness of the work it seeks to understand. Considered introspection, in the form of practice-based research, into creative arts practice offers the opportunity to try to understand the way an artist engages in an original way with their physical, cultural and psychic raw materials.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2003-03-01
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