In the fourth periodical issue of Electra Street, “Art:Research:Art,” we investigate the relationship the ways in which arts practice constitutes a form of research. Linsey Bostwick, Director of Artistic Planning at The Arts Center at NYUAD, served as the issue’s guest editor.
- Mariët Westerman, “Foreword”
- Linsey Bostwick, “Introduction”
- Bill Bragin, Bryan Waterman, and Linsey Bostwick, “The Performing Arts in (and of) the University”
- Robert Rowe, with Hatim Benhsain, Iván Budnik Pereira, and Alia El Kattan, “Sonification”
- May Al-Dabbagh, “Making Space”
- Davíð Brynjar Franzson, “Dead-End(s)”
- Kristy Edmunds, “Twenty-One Pieces”
- Sam Livingston, “Research Takes the Stage”
- Sarah Bay-Cheng, “Critical Arts as Research”
- Goffredo Puccetti, “Design E.R.”
- Clare Lesser, “Performing Ritual in the Works of Karlheinz Stockhausen”
- HaRaKa, “Staging Research”
- Deborah Lindsay Williams, “Afterword”
- Joanna Settle, “Making as Research”
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