Links and Resources for Visual Research


Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn. “Wordly Worlding: The Imaginal Fields of Science/Art and making Patterns Together”. Mousse 43 (April-May 2014)

Ingold, Tim. (April 2008) “Bringing Things to Life: Creative Entanglements in a World of Materials”

Busch, Kathrin. “Artistic Research and the Poetics of Knowledge.” Art & Research vol. 2, no. 2 (Spring 2009).

Cook, D. David. “A Working Model For Postgraduate Practice Based Research Across The Creative Arts”.

Jagodzinski, Jan, and Jason Wallin. Art-Based Research: A critique and Proposal. SensePublishers, 2013. (We respect the rights of copyright holders and are currently unable to offer this article for download.)

Loveless, Natalie S. “Practice in the Flesh of Theory: Art, Research, and the Fine Arts PhD”. Canadian Journal of Communication Vol 37 (2012): 93-108.

Pink, Sarah. Doing Visual Ethnography. SAGE publications, 2001.

Rogoff, Irit. “Academy as Potentiality” in A.C.A.D.E.M.Y. Frankfurt am Main: Revolver (2006)

Sullivan, Graeme. Art Practice as Research: Inquiry into the Visual Arts. SAGE, 2005.

“A Questionnaire on Materialisms.” October No. 155 (Winter 2016). (We respect the rights of copyright holders and are currently unable to offer this article for download.)


Crupi, Gianfranco. ““Mirabili visioni”: from movable books to movable texts.” Vol. 7, no. n.1 (January 2016).

Friedman, Walter A. “Selling U. S. Grant’s Memoirs: The Art of the Canvasser”. In Birth of a Salesman: The Transformation of Selling in America. Harvard University Press, 2004.

Puglionesi, Alicia. ““Your Whole Effort Has Been to Create Desire”: Reproducing Knowledge and Evading Censorship in the Nineteenth-Century Subscription Press.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine vol. 89, no. no.3 (Fall 2015).


Feyerabend, Paul K. “Against Method: Outline of an Anachronistic Theory of Knowledge.”

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