What can artistic research do?
Vortrag von Univ. Prof. Lucia D'Errico
Faistauersaal | Mirabellplatz 1 | 5020 Salzburg
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Teil der Vortragsreihe research and/in the arts

Vortrag in englischer Sprache
What can artistic research do?

The revolutionary change brought about by the emergence of artistic research can be summarized in one single line: knowledge does not develop before or after, but rather in the encounter with the signs of art. The apparent simplicity of such remark reaches out to enormous epistemic consequences, but it also has a crucial impact on how art is made and reconceptualized in the making. During this presentation, Lucia D’Errico will unfold some of these aspects through her own practical experience as an artist-researcher, focusing not so much on what artistic research is or is not, but rather on what it can do. In particular, she will discuss the opening to multiplicity, the transformation in the approach to questions, and the relationship between critique and constitution.

Lucia D’Errico is an artist-researcher in the field of music, with a specific focus on experimental performance practices and wide-ranging interests in the visual arts, post-structural philosophy, semiotics, and epistemology. After completing her PhD at the KU Leuven and her post-doc at the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, she is currently Professor for Artistic Research at the University Mozarteum Salzburg. She is the co-editor of the book series Artistic Research at Rowman & Littlefield Int., the co-editor of Artistic Research: Charting a Field in Expansion (2019, London: Rowman & Littlefield Int.) and the author of Powers of Divergence. An Experimental Approach to Music Performance (2018, Leuven University Press). She is active as a composer, sound artist, guitarist, video performer, and graphic designer.
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