Material thinking : the theory and practice of creative research

Carter, Paul 2004, Material thinking : the theory and practice of creative research Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic..

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Title Material thinking : the theory and practice of creative research
Author(s) Carter, Paul
Publication date 2004
Total pages xvii, 216 p.
Publisher Melbourne University Press
Place of Publication Carlton, Vic.
Summary This intimate account of how ideas get turned into artwork—including dance performance, film, sound installation, sculpture, and painting—looks at how the material thinking that art embodies produces new understandings about individuals, their histories, and the cultures they inhabit. Discussing the philosophy of signs (images, text, and their interaction), the psychology of visual perception, and the overarching notion of mythopoeic place-making, this intellectually wide-ranging and anecdotally narrated primer provides a fresh perspective to the concept of inventing. All active practitioners in the fields of performance, media, film, museum, painting, sculpture, and cultural studies will benefit from this look at how artists participate in the conceptual invention of their world.
ISBN 052285124X
9780522851243
Language eng
Field of Research 130201 Creative Arts, Media and Communication Curriculum and Pedagogy
HERDC Research category A1.1 Books - authored - research
Copyright notice ©2004, Melbourne University Publishing
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30023979

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Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
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