This special issue explores existing and possible connections between two different sets of practices: phenomenological research practice and artistic research practice. On the one hand, both sets of practices share a basic aspect: they approach their object of research as phenomena, that is, through their phenomenal presences. On the other hand, these sets of practice are configured by different forms of action developed in different media — among many others, written or oral language, drawing, architectural design, film, photography, sound, or body movement. On this twofold basis, we invited submission that addressed the following questions and demonstrated them in action: How do the commonalities between practices and methods of artistic and phenomenological research manifest? How can phenomenological research be accomplished in artistic media and by artistic means? How can artistic research extend the scope of phenomenology as a research practice? In turn, how can phenomenology contribute to further develop artistic research practices?
|Julkaisu||Phenomenology and Practice|
|Tila||Julkaistu - 2 lokak. 2022|
|OKM-julkaisutyyppi||C2 Toimitettu tieteellinen erillisteos|