On the nature of Visual Arts research data

“[…] fluid, ‘wet’ and folded, if not at times messy, fuzzy and tumultuous.”
(Gray and Delday 2010, cited in Mey 2010)

The final version of the Environmental Assessment report is now available online: http://www.research.ucreative.ac.uk/1054/

This report consists of the findings of interviews with visual arts researchers and a literature review based on the research question: What is the nature of visual arts research data?

Report findings were also presented at the Kaptur Steering Group meeting (February 2012) and the presentations of the team are available in SlideShare.

Reference
Mey, K., 2010. Creativity, Imagination, Values – why we need artistic research. In: Textures, the 6th European meeting of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, Riga, Latvia, 15-19 June 2010. (Unpublished)

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