another example - but a different kind of art
fieldwork/fieldwalking PhD 2003-2006
The fieldwork/fieldwalking project was an practice-based PhD that
looks at the connections between how scientists and artists work in
the field. Many artists have used walking as a method or art form in
the city and the country. Despite the impact of remote sensing and
computer modelling, fieldwork is still an important component of
research in areas of the sciences and social sciences. What happens
when these two differing practices, art and science, collide? There
are similarities and differences. Both ways of working rely upon being
there, for example. But conventionally most people would say that when
performing the role of an artist or a scientist, we see the
environment differently. Are there ways of combining these different
ways of seeing the environment into a hybrid art form?
Roger Malina is in France at this time
510 853 2007 us cell
011 33 (0) 6 15 79 59 26
or (0) 6 80 45 94 47
Roger Malina is Director of the Observatoire Astronomique de Marseille Provence
and Executive Editor of the Leonardo Publications at MIT Press
and member of the steering committee of IMERA the Mediterranean
Institute for Advanced Studies.
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