The below slides were presented alongside a research paper for the Convivial Cultures summer school. Please contact me directly if you wish to know more about the content of the paper.
Insights from a year-long experiment in interdisciplinary knowledge-making.
Melbourne Institute of Experiential and Creative Art Therapy, Australia
- What outcomes are possible when academic theory is placed in a dialectic with multimodal arts practices?
- What are the methodological foundations required for academic and artistic collaboration to unfold across intercultural fields of research?
- How do spaces of interdisciplinary research reinforce or subvert existing structures of ‘epistemological privilege’?
- How can this methodology be used to articulate meaningful and rigorous models of alternative knowledge-making engaging flexible, adaptive, inclusive and holistic conceptions of meaning, value and wisdom?