Part 3 of the series Debate on Artistic Research discusses the volume "Art and Artistic Research" published in 2010 in Zurich and edited by Corina Caduff, Fiona Siegenthaler and Tan Wälchli.
w/k–Between Science & Art Journal
Jonas Kellermeyer presents his concept of artistic research as the collective production of knowledge. He then uses this approach to examine a project about Ubiquitous Computing.
Roland Regner has embarked on a radical photographic project. He is transforming his entire archive of biographical photographs by exposing them to a certain bacterium.
The interview traces Swaantje Güntzel’s artistic development from 2017 until now.
Numerous articles from the anthology The Art of Research (Kunst des Forschens) are discussed, all of which are very fruitful to the debate on artistic research. The summary of part 2.2 focuses on the texts by Kathrin Busch and Dieter Mersch.
This series of interviews took place at the Zero Foundation as part of the project „each grows stronger when nourished by the other“ (György Kepes).
: Resulting from her collaboration with the research alliance Cells in Motion, Cordula Hesselbarth has designed a multimedia wall-installation for the foyer of a research building at the University of Münster.
In 2022, the Upper Austrian State Museum Francisco Carolinum is hosting the exhibition "Visionär" ("Visionary") about Herbert W. Franke, one of the most important border-crossers between science and art.
In this interview, Thomas Gartmann's article Studies in the Arts: An Artistic-Scientific Doctorate is explored in greater depth.
On the occasion of w/k’s five year anniversary, I take a look back at what we have achieved.