In the spirit of cross/multi/anti-disciplinary research, two practitioners have been invited to the Sonic Arts Research Centre to talk about their work in relation to methodologies in practice led research.
These are artist led talks, focusing on a personal experience of practice-led research and the question: what might methodology be/mean? The events will consist of an informal talk or presentation for an hour, followed by questions or a discussion.
The first talk will be held by Lee Triming.
Lee is Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Ruskin School of Art, where he also teaches undergraduate Anatomy with Dr Sarah Simblet. He is tutor in Fine Art at Brasenose College. Bio https://www.rsa.ox.ac.uk/people/lee-triming
Please email Vivienne Griffin, PhD researcher at SARC, firstname.lastname@example.org for zoom details.
Image credit: Lee Triming, Largely Erased Drawing (Zeigenbock Kopf), 2015 (detail)