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Art is a form of thinking and dialoguing, and an usual source of knowledge. This publication introduces art-based learning, a method that enables the spectator to explore these dialogues and “converse” with works of art. Art and culture analyst and educational designer Jeroen Lutters uses three triptychs to demonstrate how relevant questions can produce a different perception and understanding. The book is intended for students and educators of art, art history, drama and cinema, literature, anthropology, theology, philosophy, and interdisciplinary studies. The developed method is also highly suited to artistic research at academies of art, music, film, and dance.
240 pages, 17 x 24 cm, paperback, Valiz (Amsterdam).