Research & creation study day (Temporalités), at a ephemeral gallery “rhinocéros”, Paris, November 13, 2014.
Since the creation of fine arts programs in universities, forty years ago, the figure of the artist-researcher has been problematic. In the institutional environment of university research there have been repeated attempts to reconcile theory and practice. Initiatives multiply in art schools and higher education institutions.
That afternoon allowed young researchers of different statuses (doctoral students, student researchers, artists) to explain how the relationship between theory and practice was articulated for them. How are creative and theorizing times reconciled (including experimentation, adjustments, shaping, public presentations and documentation)? How do young researchers in art schools and universities experience art research sessions? How are repository changes experienced, from one language to another? The format of the lectures combines presentation-demonstration and reflexive speeches by the authors themselves.
Study day committed to research & creation on November 13, 2014. Organised by Lucile Haute, as part of the colloquium “Le sujet digital : temporalités” (organised by Pierre Cassou-Noguès, Claire Larsonneur and Arnaud Regnauld and supported by Labex Arts-H2H).