Tate Modern conference – ‘Creative Scholars: Research Economies in Art and Design’

The link below is to paper presentations and a panel discussion held at the Tate Britain in 2008. The one day conference was titled Creative Scholars: Research Economies in Art and Design and despite the age of the talk I feel that for those of us engaged with, or interested in, Practice-Led research (or simply ‘Research’ as many of the presenters argue) I feel that it remains a worth while and relevant lecture to hear.

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(This is a photo of my dining room table as I sit working on my own research and listening to the talk ‘The Origins of Practice Based Research’)

Historical Context: The origins of practice based research

I’d love to hear about any contemporary insights you might have to share.

D

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