Visibility within practice-based research can expose and question visual hierarchies, authority, authorship, the politics of technology, balances of power and representation or prompt dissent. … The concept of visibility generates a dual arrangement: of what can be seen operating with what cannot be seen.
Askance?Oblique Conference 2017, 31 March 2017 at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
This is part of a call for proposals (with due date 20 February 2017).
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is hosting a symposium on practice-as-research 4-6 December 2017.
It aims to bring together thinkers, practitioners, researchers and leaders to discuss and explore Practice as Research in an environment that mirrors Hong Kong itself, a confluence of the east and west, each with its rich cultural traditions and artistic practices.
The symposium overview, including call for proposals is at http://ispar.hkapa.edu.
I can’t find any direct link to this call for submissions for the Journal for Artistic Research, but here are some basic details.
Call for Submissions: JAR Issue 14 – Autumn 2017
The deadline for consideration is 17 March 2017
To be considered for Peer Review, the editorial board considers:
1. Whether the exposition exposes artistic practice as research. This goes beyond simply documenting, describing, or writing about work. It engages with questions and claims about knowledge within practice. For a detailed articulation of this please read the editorial to JAR0.
2. The degree to which the exposition is conceptually and artistically strong, considered, and significant to the field.
3. Whether the multimedia and design capacities of the RC have been used effectively and meaningfully to support the argument or understanding of the research.
To submit an article, contributors are required to register for an account on the RC and use the online writing space to layout and expose their research. JAR provides editorial and technical guidance with these processes.
For our guidelines on submissions visit:
For submissions information, and advice on whether your research is suitable for JAR, contact the Managing Editor, Phoebe Stubbs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of Embodied Research is the first peer-reviewed, open access, academic journal to focus specifically on the innovation and dissemination of embodied knowledge through the medium of video.
It will be very interesting to see how the journal pans out, and in particular what conversations emerge out of how we might understand embodiment in relation to screen-based performance and work.