- Lectorate Art Theory & Practice
- Royal Academy of Art (KABK)
- Prinsessegracht 4
- NL – 2514 AN Den Haag
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|Publication: In Between Words||/1|
Date: Tuesday December 10, 17.00 hours
Location: Gallery 1 (PA.007)
Auteurs: Jasper Coppes; Anja Hertenberger; Alexandra Landré,; Jan Robert Leegte; Lena Shafir
Introduction: Janneke Wesseling
Moderator: Winnie Koekelbergh
Together with: Research Groups 2018, Research Groups 2019, Alice Twemlow
On Tuesday evening December 10 at 17.00 hours, the book ‘In Between Words’ will be launched. The authors of the publication are the participants KABK Research Group 2017 as part of the Lectorate Art Theory & Practice headed by Prof. dr. Janneke Wesseling.
Moderator Winnie Koekelbergh will engage in a conversation with the authors of the publication. How do they look back on their research projects? Was the research of value to their work as an artist/designer and as a teacher? What is the current state of the research? Koekelberg will also engage the 2018 and 2019 KABK Research Groups in this informal discussion. With this event we aim to connect multiple KABK Research Groups, interested teachers, students and staff, and the broader research community of the KABK.
Books will be distributed during the event.
With drinks and bites.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: ‘IN BETWEEN WORDS’
Introduction- Lotte Betting
MUD – Jasper Coppes
THE INBETWEEN OF A STITCH OR A BEING – Anja Hertenberger
A SENSE OF DISORIENTATION – Alexandra Landré
INTERFACE, SURFACE AND FACE – Jan Robert Leegte
A STUDY OF DESIGN THINKING PRACTICE – Lena Shafir
Editor: Lotte Betting
Design: Tomáš Celizna
Printing: Zwaan Printmedia
Publisher: Lectorate Art, Theory & Practice, Royal Academy of Art, University of the Arts The Hague
This book launch is also the closing event after the Fault Lines: KABK Research Symposium 2019 of the KABK Research Groups 2019 (December 6) and the Research Exhibition Fault Lines: Some Research Methods in Art and Design of the KABK Research Groups 2018 (December 5-10), both organised by the Lectorate Design of Alice Twemlow.