Rebecca Hilton is a keynote speaker at the 10th SAR conference on Artistic Research
For the 10th SAR conference on Artistic Research, the Society for Artistic Research (SAR) is back in Switzerland where the society was founded 10 years ago. This year’s conference puts the manifoldness of artistic research practices and the discussion of specific aspects in each session at the center of the conference. The three topics are Productive Gaps, Enhanced Dissemination Formats, and Inspiring Failures.
Rebecca Hilton, professor at Uniarts, holds a keynote presentation I see less, I hear less, I feel more on Productive Gaps.
The presentation is about ‘productive gaps’ emerging from a situated artistic research process: mapping some of the discontinuities between scientific research and artistic research, between art-work and academic work, between the instrumental and the affective, between one language and another, between solitary and collaborative processes, and, between ageing and dying.
The 10th SAR conference is organised by the Society for Artistic Research and the Zurich University of the Arts. It takes place at ZHdK in Zurich, March 21-23, 2019. Read more about the conference and Rebecca Hiltons keynote presentation here.