Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now
Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now
Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now
Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now
Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now
Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now

Of Sponge, Stone And The Intertwinement With The Here And Now

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This concise book introduces the notion of “experience” as a key concept in a methodology of artistic research. The author, art critic Janneke Wesseling, traces a genealogy of experience from William James, John Dewey, and Alfred North Whitehead to Brian Massumi, placing this concept in a framework of research in visual art. Her argument is founded in the practice of artistic research and in the reflection on the interweaving of thinking and making. This publication is a slightly extended version of Wesseling's inaugural lecture at Leiden University in September 2016. Included is a collaboration with the Austrian performance artist and PhD researcher Lilo Nein. Published by Valiz (Amsterdam).

48 pages, 16 x 23 cm, paperback, Valiz (Amsterdam).