Artistic Research and Literature

1. Aufl. 2019, XIV + 206 Seiten, 3 s/w und 3 farb. Abb., geb.
ISBN: 978-3-7705-6333-3
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What is practice-based literary research? While literature as a discipline is currently not represented in the artistic research discourse, individual writers and scholars have ties to a variety of institutional constellations in which overlaps between literature, art, and research become manifest. 16 of them expand on their methodological approaches as well as their practice, and they analyse exemplary case studies.

 

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Articles

Contributors 

 

Corina Caduff and Tan Wälchli

Introducing Literature in the Discourse of Artistic Research

 

Jan Baetens

Writing Cannot Tell Everything

 

Fredrik Nyberg

The Writing and the Doing—about Artistic Research through a Writing Practice

 

Maya Rasker

A Letter to Foucault

 

Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes

Minor Literature in and of Artistic Research 

 

Redell Olsen

Writing Scripto-Visual Costumes and Columns of Air

 

Maria Fusco

No Assignment for Cowards: What Is to Be Gained through Interdisciplinary Research?

 

Daniela Cascella

Something More and Something Else: Language as Excess and Material [3]

 

Salomé Voegelin

Writing Sonic Fictions: Literature as a Portal into the Possibility of Art Research

 

Vincent Broqua

Practice-Based Literary Research as Activated Inquiry

 

Ferdinand Schmatz

NOW is Always. NOW is Never. On the Immediacy and Mediation of ‘Message’ in Poetry

 

Alexander Damianisch

Poetics of Understanding: Language Arts and Artistic Research

 

Tine Melzer

Aspect Change and Poetic Charge as Tools for Artistic Research in Literature 

 

Anneleen Masschelein

Who’s Peaked? Chris Kraus’s Writing Performances as a Case Study for Twenty-First Century Writing Culture

 

Thomas Strässle

Translation Laboratory: Oskar Pastior’s Applied Translation Research

 

Kathrin Busch

Phantasmagorical Research: How Theory Becomes Art in the Work of Roland Barthes

 

Tan Wälchli

The Vienna Group’s ‘Research for’ the Language Arts: Konrad Bayer, “karl ein karl” (1962)