Moments of (aha!) walking and encounter: Fluid intersections with place

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Burke, G, Lasczik Cutcher, A, Peterken, C and Potts, Miriam (2017) Moments of (aha!) walking and encounter: Fluid intersections with place. International Journal of Education Through Art, 13 (1). 111 - 121. ISSN 1743-5234

Abstract

In contemporary art, research and art education, the concepts of walking and mapping in singular and collaborative encounters with place are established as a generative learning, creative and research event. In this iteration of walking and encounter, four arts academics sought to extend and engage the practice of itinerant drift, collaboratively and discretely, mapping manifestations and then responding with an artful riposte in relation to educational practice. Using the provocation of playfulness, the methodology was inspired by the concept of the dérive and stimulated by Dada, Surrealist and Fluxus legacies. This visual essay portrays the assemblage of walking and encounter at the Peninsula campus site at Monash University through visual poetics, which aims to arouse continuing dialogue around place, learning, encounter, chance and disruption.

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Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/34134
DOI https://doi.org/10.1386/eta.13.1.111_1--7
Official URL http://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/intellect...
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1302 Curriculum and Pedagogy
Current > Division/Research > College of Arts and Education
Keywords walking methodologies; mapping; arts-based educational research; a/r/tography; collaborative practices; emplacement/displacement; encounter
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