Pathways to a fertile valley. On methods and methodologies in artistic research
ACPA alumni Falk Hübner and Joost Vanmaele aim to put up a few signposts in the expansive field of artistic research with an article recently published on FORUM+ .
Pathways to a fertile valley. On methods and methodologies in artistic research has been published in the Autumn of 2020.
FORUM+ is a peer-reviewed magazine for research in the arts in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Falk Hübner is a composer/theatre maker, researcher and educator. He teaches research methods at the University of the Arts Utrecht (HKU), where he has also been directing the postdoctoral research project on research methodology called Common Ground. Research Practice, Philosophy and Ethics since 2019. In 2013 Falk earned his doctorate from the Academy for Creative and Performing Arts in Leiden with a thesis titled Shifting Identities- The musician as theatrical performer.
Joost Vanmaele is coordinator and member of the teaching staff at docARTES, an international and inter-university PhD programme for practice-based research in musical arts that is managed by the Ghent-based Orpheus Institute. In 2017, he earned his doctorate from the Academy for Creative and Performing Arts in Leiden with a thesis titled The Informed Performer: Towards a Bio-Culturally Informed Performers’ Practice.