Art and Knowledge Production: Sense, The Senses and the Struggle for Control
In this new blog post, ISS postdoctoral researcher, Cathy Wilcock, alongside Aoileann Ní Mhurchú from the University of Manchester explore the role of art in knowledge production through the illustration of 'immigration'. This article is part of the series on Creative Development.
What is the relationship between art and knowledge production? Does art only contribute to the aesthetics or does it have any role to play in production and even in control of knowledge? This article explores these questions through an example of ‘immigration’. It is a version of the presentation given by Aoileann Ní Mhurchú at the recent ISS workshop ‘Moving Methods’, funded jointly by the CI and D&I groups.
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