Parading through a Circular Area Development with Arts and Sciences

Amanda Brandellero*, Ellen Loots*, Judith Schueler*, Evelien van den Brink, Emma Dijkhuizen, Jet Schaap Enterman, Irmgard Bomers, Marleen Buizer, Ulrike Hahn, Josué Amador Valdez

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In recent years, there has been increased attention toward art-science collaborations. Such collaborations encompass a broad spectrum of activities, ranging from artistic projects informed by technology and scientific research and vice versa, to novel forms of inquiry and communication at the intersection of the arts and sciences, combining diverse forms of knowledge and imagination. While such collaborations are not necessarily new, their recent manifestations allow us to gain insights into how complex societal challenges might be approached through multi-actor and disciplinary partnership
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)13-14
Number of pages2
JournalDYSFUNCTION. Critics, ethics and challenges in Art-Based Research dissemination
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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