Ruptures and Wrong-Footings: Destabilizing Disciplinary Cultures

Fiona Crisp*, Chris Dorsett, Louise Mackenzie

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Abstract

In this transcribed conversation, three artists from the research group The Cultural Negotiation of Science (UK) consult each other on the different generational perspectives they bring to the contested field of arts-science research. Traversing territories between art-practice, physics, genetics and critical theory, their practice-based strategies actively destabilize the binary nature of cross-disciplinary dialogue in productive ways, allowing the spaces between artistic and scientific modes of enquiry to become sites of learning, both within and beyond academic institutions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalLeonardo
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 4 Jun 2021

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