In-Betweeness (Exhibition)

Doris Rohr, Rachel Daniel, Billy Glew, Jin Lipeng, Li Yuping, Hyeyoung Maeng, Alistair J Parker, Macarena Rioseco, Fatemeh Takhtkeshian

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    Abstract

    This exhibition of postgraduate students with Lancaster University's Institute of Contemporary Art (LICA) introduces works that adopt a range of diverse visual approaches and methods, illustrating each contributor's current state of development. The exhibition showcases contemporary approaches to art, referred to as 'practice-based research.' At the forefront of defining new methods, practice-based research allows the creative proecess to form a critical relationship with academic theory. Such interrorgation between creativity and theory intends to bring about new forms of knolwege and new creative practice.(Source exhibition catalogue)
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 24 Nov 2015

    Keywords

    • practice based research
    • ecology
    • drawing
    • paper based art
    • narrative
    • weather
    • climate
    • biodiversity

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