Bristol Cathedral exhibition: An investigation of audience engagement with installation work via principles of ‘entrainment’ as opposed to a semantic reading of art
This was an exhibition of my moving image triptych, The Intersection of Dreams at Bristol Cathdral for the month of March 2015. This work was funded by both UoB and UWE. I am engaged on a project which examines the effects of entrainment rather than the semantically based 'reading of an artwork'. Each exhibition or artefact becomes a scaffolded experiment in research artefact creation and then it's exhibition, audience evaluation, critical reflection with subsequent journal articles and then finally summative presentation of findings to conference. About 15000 visitors viewed this work.
Flaxton, T. (2015). Bristol Cathedral exhibition: An investigation of audience engagement with installation work via principles of ‘entrainment’ as opposed to a semantic reading of art
|Digital Artefact Type||Other|
|Conference Name||Bristol Cathedral Exhibition of the Intersection of Dreams|
|Start Date||Mar 6, 2019|
|End Date||Apr 1, 2015|
|Publication Date||Mar 1, 2015|
|Keywords||exhibition, evaluation of research artefact|
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