Like my facebook page with links to items of interest for my Art, Art History, and Digital Artmaking students.
I am presenting a paper entitled “Exploring and Enacting Artmaking Through Entanglement With Thought and Material” at SECAC (Southeastern College Art Conference) 2017 (www.secacart.org/conference) October 25-28, 2017 as a part of a panel called "The Role of Philosophy in Artistic Practice"
Panelists: Anne Keener, Susan Johnson & Tim Smith
What is the role of philosophy in artistic practice? Philosophy may provide the underlying principles for aesthetic value and appreciation of art. Yet philosophical issues such as time, affect and truth may be inextricable from an artwork. The entanglement of thoughts, beliefs and convictions with material structures of art coalesces in a rich and complex event. Is artistic practice intrinsically philosophical, as some artists believe? This panel seeks papers that address the topic of the role of philosophy in artistic practice from the perspective of artists and artworks as well as from the works of philosophical figures.
Session Chairs: Anne Keener, Independent Artist; Susan Johnson, Institute of Doctoral Studies in Visual Arts
Hot off the presses! Journal Article in
VISUAL INQUIRY- TEACHING & LEARNING ART
Volume 5, Number 3, December 2016 - Special Issue: From mentorship to intellectual partnership: Co-authoring and dialogic production through co-construction of research, edited by Mary Hafeli and Ami Kantawala
"The nest as metaphor: Reflections on mentoring, growth, and material culture" by Heesung Hur; Ramya Ravisankar; Deborah Smith-Shank; Rebecca Baygents Turk
Work in Progress...
site updated 5-19-17