‘Practice, Method, Frame’ – Response to A.L. Cole and J.G. Knowles, 2018

July 2018: ‘Practice, Method, Frame’, and Intersubjective Response to ‘Arts Informed Research’ by A.L. Cole and J.G. Knowles, Chapter 5, Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research, SAGE Publications, London, 2008.

The content of this piece emerges from a space of curiosity regarding the body in proximity to architectural structures and exploring emergent felt-senses within such framing. The site is Athens, Greece, as shot in July 2018.

The moving image and repetitive shifts represent the importance of arriving at arts-based research with a coherence of practice, consistency of method, and a capacity for framing the findings within research boundaries.


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