Art-based research in knowledge co-production

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Tran, M.K (2017). Art-based research in knowledge co-production. Keele University Nov - Dec 2017
CreatorsTran, M.K
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The latter half of the 20th century started to embrace the diversity of knowledge and the forms in which it is embedded. This aligns with the development of a world increasingly constructed by co-innovation and knowledge co-production. In the joint sphere where producers meet consumers, arts-based research is found to create dialogue and broaden the collective engagement between different groups of stakeholders, including the researcher. Inspired by Finley (2014), this talk elucidates how a critical arts-based researcher will use the arts in all phases of research in order to move people to initiate change, preserve culture, and enhance well-being to build up “a smarter planet”. It is based on a real life project that saw the collaboration between IBM, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO), and the students at University of Birmingham to tackle the challenge of engaging young audience with classical music through technology.
Besides the talk, attendees were invited to join an informal chat in an exhibition context, in which the art-installation entitled “Inside the joint sphere” is displayed. This art work has been chosen as one of the three pieces to be exhibited in the Arts Gallery at the 12th Consumer Culture Theory conference, held in California, July, 2017.

ContributorsTran, M.K
Date21 Nov 2017
Web address (URL)https://www.keele.ac.uk/casic/newsandevents/news/2017/november/insidethejointspherearts-basedresearchinknowledgeco-productionproject/co-production-project.php
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Exhibition was held at COMMUNITY ANIMATION AND SOCIAL INNOVATION CENTRE (CASIC), Keele University

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Deposited23 Dec 2020
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