The Art of Research: 2nd and 3rd Cycle Degrees. Advancing Practice or What Happens Next?
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The presentation will be in two parts, firstly focusing upon the movement and distinction between 2nd and 3rd cycle awards within artistic institutions/academies. This will present possibilities and differences between the following modes of study: Master of Art (MA), Master of Fine Art (MFA), Doctorates (PhD), the potential of the Creator Doctus, post-doctoral research and artistic research. This part of the presentation will also open discussion around shared supervision and cross-institutional networks. The focus will oscillate between the professional orientation of some awards and the embedding of research as a mode of practice in its own right in others. In the second and final part of the talk I will briefly introduce my own artistic research, from the perspective of my own personal experiences of an MFA, a PhD and post-doctoral research, and what they have meant to the development of my own artistic practice and writing.
Video recording of lecture (lenght 00:46:27). Artistic Research Week 2019. Time: 22 January 2019. Venue: Main auditorium, KHiO