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  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Questions about the values of practice as research have steadily risen up the research agenda of the creative arts in British universities since the early 1990s. As American practitioner-scholar Richard Schechner writes: the relationship between studying performance and doing performance is integral (Schechner 2002 1). Yet, where are the differences between thinking and doing, interpreting and making, conceptualisation and creativity located? Are there special conceptual spaces for practice as research per se or do we need rather to consider more broadly the terms ‘writing’ and ‘research’? What kind of academy do we wish to create?
    No preview · Article · Apr 2004 · Digital Creativity
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