Workshop s Casperem Schipperem "A User Introduction to the Versatile and Most Used Online Platform for Artistic Research"

10:00 - 12:00

Workshop s Casperem Schipperem
A User Introduction to the Versatile and Most Used Online Platform for Artistic Research
V pátek 14. 1., 10-12 hod., proběhne v rámci programu PhD Labu workshop s Casperem Schipperem k s ukázkami praktické stránky prezentace v mezinárodním katalogu uměleckého výzkumu, který zajišťuje Society for Artistic Research (SAR). Detailní anotaci setkání (v angličtině) najdete níže.
Katalog slouží pro prezentaci uměleckovýzkumných projektů a tvoří platformu, která zohledňuje mediální specificitu takového výzkumu. Casper Schipper je administrátorem  
Prezentace proběhne v angličtině online, link pro připojení: ZDE.
The Research Catalogue (RC) functions as a platform for the dissemination of peer-reviewed content and publications, for student’s presentation of work and the assessment of such work – as well as of self-published research outcomes.
The Research Catalogue is provided by the Society for Artistic Research (SAR).
RC enables students, artists and researchers to deviate from the standard format of academic presentations, journal articles and/or research repositories:
•       Because images and sounds are not subordinate to, but fundamentally on a par with the text;
•       Because of the opportunity provided to break out of the linear narrative structure;
•       Because it facilities the option for a continuous (and collaborative) research activity from notation/documenting research processes and initial outcomes to fully elaborated publications.
The RC offers an online platform in which sound, images, video and text can be combined in an integrated format for presentation, and in which the visual disposition and the focus on different media formats can be decided by the author herself/himself. Use of the RC is free of charge for all individual researchers.
In this session, the RC Team will offer a basic introduction to the use of this platform and demonstrate some of its potential for documenting research processes and outcomes.