Concepts, water and reflections on practice
Seevinck, Jennifer (2013) Concepts, water and reflections on practice. Leonardo, 46(5), pp. 494-495.
This paper discusses the nature of the conceptual structure in art practice, by example. It draws on insights gained from a practice based research (PBR) approach to making art. The PBR methods used include Reflective Practice and are briefly described. They have informed an understanding of the conceptual structure as an instance of problem framing. This is demonstrated by two creative examples, taken from two interactive artworks. These were informed by an evolving conceptual structure concerned with water.
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