Artistic Research als Ästhetische Wissenschaft?

On the oc­ca­sion of the con­fer­ence "Artis­tic Re­search as Aes­thet­ic Sci­ence?" Heike Kluss­mann and Thorsten Kloost­er will pre­sent their in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary re­search pro­jects at the Akademie Schloss Sol­i­tude, Stutt­gart.

The work­shop is si­t­u­at­ed in the con­text of the art, sci­ence & busi­ness pro­gram of the academie and in co­op­er­a­tion with the Zep­pelin Uni­ver­si­ty, Frie­drichshafen.

Artis­tic Re­search as »aes­thet­ic sci­ence« is con­ceived as a pro­cess that uti­l­izes artists’ spe­cif­ic knowl­edge, work­ing meth­ods, and com­pe­tence and ap­plies them to other con­texts out­side of the art sys­tem. It is nei­ther re­search about art that then lies in the field of sci­ence of art, nor is it re­search with art that genuine­ly char­ac­ter­izes artis­tic pro­duc­tion. Cen­tral to the dis­cus­sion are forms of sen­su­al in­sight that are com­bined with sci­en­tif­ic prac­tices to gen­er­ate new knowl­edge.

About the Lecture

Akademie Schloss Sol­i­tude Stutt­gart