Artistic research has given many kinds of critical voices to the artist-researcher. Research gestures taking place beyond verbal language are encouraged and recognised, but the critical discussions are still mostly expected to be discursive. How to identify relevant peers if the scholarly voice is not supposed to be the default? How to cultivate media sensitivity in peer review processes? How to enhance the quality of research publications in a situation where both the format and criteria need to be negotiated? Should we introduce peer review processes in artistic research settings beyond academic publishing? Or should we, on the contrary, reconsider the relevance of peer reviewing in artistic research? How to negotiate situated exigencies with equalising protocols?
The panelists invited by the host Mika Elo (Professor, KuvA) were Otso Huopaniemi, (Professor, TeaK), Maarit Mäkelä (Associate Professor, Aalto ARTS), Annette Arlander (Visiting researcher, KuvA), Vincent Roumagnac (Postdoctoral researcher, TeaK), Otso Lähdeoja (Academy of Finland Research Fellow, SibA), and Lynda Gaudreau (Postdoctoral Researcher, TeaK).
KuvA research activities
This blog highlights the activities of the research unit and doctoral programme at the Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki | Tämä blogi esittelee Kuvataideakatemian tutkimusyksikön ja tohtorikoulutusohjelman tapahtumia ja toimintaa | I den här bloggen presenteras verksamheten och evenemangen vid Bildkonstsakademins forskningsenhet och doktorandprogram