The article elaborates on how a seminar workshop initiated creative processes based on participation and collaborative artistic work. Narrated experiences are explored as possible methods in respect to collective, practice-based artistic performance as relevant workning methods in art education research. Intresting in the article (essay) is that the narratives elaborated on do not compete or walk over each other over author experiences of the collaboration but they seek to offer a glimpse of altering routes of interpretation of how artistic research affects artistic research, social interaction and art education.
|Title of host publication||EDGE: 20 Essays on Contemporary Art Education|
|Editors||Anette Göthlund, Helene Illeris, Kristine W. Thrane|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|MoE publication type||A3 Part of a book or another research book|