Visual Arts Research Volume 38, Number 2 Winter 2012 Rita L. Irwin and Anita Sinner Lingering with the essays and interludes in this special issue will have undoubtedly taken you on a rhizomatic journey exploring transnational and trans-curricular interrogations of a/r/tography through theoretical and methodological approaches (Biggs & Büchler; Holbrook & Pourchier; Marín-Viadel & Roldán; Siegesmund), applied research and teaching practices (Detlefsen; Hannigan), and practice-based perspectives mixing art, research, and teaching (Barney & Hoiland; Bickel; Cann; Clark/Keefe; Garnet; Nodelman; Leggo; Madrid; Rodrigeuz Naranjo; Smith; Spillane; Zuk). A/r/tography, once thought of as a University of British Columbia, Canada, phenomenon, has found a life of its own, traversing the globe. In this issue, a/r/tographers are representing Australia, Canada, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. We are aware of individuals employing a/r/tography in Africa, Asia, Southeast Asia, South America, Europe, and the Middle East, who will soon be offering their perspectives. The excitement for a/r/tography is compelling. A/r/tography is inspiring art educators to question, provoke, probe, and inquire in material and theoretical ways never imagined a few decades ago. With an overwhelming response to our call for papers and the help of a critical mass of reviewers, we look
Visual Arts Research – University of Illinois Press
Published: Feb 21, 2012
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