Transformative Triggers and Public Behaviours of Creative Practices

Eli Hatleskog, Tadeja Zupancic

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Abstract

For the past twelve months, the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture has been host to three ADAPT-r fellows and actively contributed to ADAPT-r ITN/7th FP. This paper will give a summary of some of the contributions that the faculty has made over the past year, with particular emphasis upon the analysis of interviews that were conducted with eighteen doctoral creative practice researchers and their supervisors. These interviews provided the source material for four EU reports and sought to explicate knowledge relating to the methods and intentions of creative practice research with regard to ‘Transformative Triggers’ and ‘Public Behaviours’ in research. Being an active part of the ADAPT-r public behaviour rituals has enabled us to reflect upon our individual and collective research traditions. It has helped us to identify the resonance of the hybrid tradition of the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture, within this and other creative practice research contexts, the flows of research influences and the triggers of its transformations.
Translated title of the contributionTransformative Triggers and Public Behaviours of Creative Practices
Original languageOther
Pages (from-to)36-41
Number of pages6
JournalAR: Arhitektura Raziskave
Volume2016
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 9 Feb 2016

Keywords

  • practice research
  • research through design

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