Rebellious Research: The best questions are often the last questions: making sense of experimental creative practice as research

Join researchers from around the world in this Art/Practice-based research seminar series

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  • Time: 3.30pm – 5pm

By Roy Hanney (Associate Professor of Media Production, Southampton Solent University) & Ben Harbisher (Head of MeCCSA Practice Network and Associate Professor at Coventry University).

 

Part 1: Roy Hanney: The best questions are often the last questions: making sense of experimental creative practice as research

Dr. Hanney will explore some of the issues that emerged from a recent paper that reflected on a creative practice project he ran in 2019. In particular, he will reflect on how the research question emerged after the practice and ask what this means for practice-based researchers engaged in experimental and sandbox projects.

Part 2: Ben Harbisher: Behavioural science, normative discourse, and the art of consent

The session will largely examine visual examples and advertising practices that emerged during the pandemic. In part this will also provide a critique of Thaler and Sunstein's "Nudge" theory and its deployment during the crisis as a means to sway public opinion and shape conduct during the new normal.

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For more info and to be added to the mailing list please contact Agata Lulkowska (Agata.Lulkowska@staffs.ac.uk)

All sessions will recorded and available to re-watch on the dedicated YouTube channel.

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