The Habits of Artists - Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations (Contextualising Information)
By understanding the patterns and routines in artists’ behaviours as unique features of creative knowledge making, The Habits of Artists seeks to deepen our insight into art learning. Employing a unique platform through which the audience is engaged in public learning as performance, the research asks whether we can find fitting frameworks for communicating the complexities of art practice, in which often subjective and bespoke logics drive creativity.
Since 2014, Addison and Kidd have presented papers at conferences, symposia and seminars in order to further disseminate their research. By reframing the academic conference paper, which is predominantly a written document and an oral presentation as a performative, participatory encounter, they have attempted to subvert hierarchies and subject their ideas to live enquiry and interpretation.
This item contains a copy of the Powerpoint presentation for Jo Addison and Natasha Kidd's paper 'Routine, Regulation, Resistance: What do the behaviours of artists tell us?' given at the National Association for Fine Art Education (NAFAE) conference at Sheffield Hallam University, 13-15 February 2020.