Author: Woodfield, Richard
Source: Journal of Visual Art Practice, Volume 3, Number 1, 1 March 2004 , pp. 3-5(3)
Abstract:The AHRB statement is one of the most important documents that there is at the moment on the nature of practice-based research and unless its arguments are addressed then the very future of that research is open to question. Readers of this journal won’t need to be reminded that art schools are newcomers to the world of research as understood in a traditional university context. Other areas in the post-1992 era, such as science, technology and humanities, know what the game is and how to play it.
Document Type: Editorial
Affiliations: Nottingham Trent University
Publication date: March 1, 2004
- The domain of visual art hosts a multitude of artistic forms and practices. The Journal of Visual Art Practice supports research across the entire range of this varied field. The journal engages with the progressive nature of the subject, reflecting upon the changing terrain of art in recent years.
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