What makes art research special?

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Barrett, Estelle. Introduction to Practice as Research: Approaches to Creative Arts Inquiry, edited by Estelle Barrett and Barbara Bolt, 1-13. London: I.B.Taurus & Co Ltd., 2007.

  • It's subjective, interdisciplinary and necessarily involves emergent methodologies

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