Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Title

ACUADS conference 2014: the future of the discipline

Publisher

ACUADS

Place of Publication

Melbourne, VIC

Faculty

Faculty of Education and Arts

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts / School of Communication and Arts

RAS ID

19493

Comments

Originally published as: Adams, L., Newman-Storen, Ferguson, N., & Kueh, C. (2014). Messy never-endings: Curating inConversation as interdisciplinary collaborative dialogue. In ACUADS conference 2014: the future of the discipline. ACUADS, Melbourne. Original paper available here

Abstract

This paper will explore the curation of a collaborative exhibition amongst creative higher degree by research candidates (from the School of Communications and Arts and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts), arts practitioners and researchers from different art forms and discipline backgrounds. It will look at the conversations between artists and researcher collaborators working together to produce a broad range of creative works, culminating in an exhibition titled In Conversation, to be staged at Edith Cowan University’s Spectrum Project Space in October 2014.

The context of the inConversation exhibition aims to inform and expand on current debates about the challenges and benefits of inter- and cross-disciplinary collaboration in the arts. While collaboration within discrete artistic disciplines has been quite common, it is now becoming increasingly important for artists to look beyond their silos and invite interactions with researchers in other disciplines and art forms. The curation of this exhibition proposes to explore what complexity may mean in terms of the processes of practice-led research in probing how the push and pull of the collaborative process, by which the outcomes become more than the sum of the parts, plays out in a cross-disciplinary, creative context.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Australia License.

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