The Philosophical And Knowledge Producing Role Of The Creative Practitioner

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Art made from live scientific images to help and influence how they are visually communicated and distributed.

RESEARCH QUESTION
1. Is it possible to generate new knowledge from scientific subject–matter through visual investigation?
2. Can co-creation design thinking strategies help improve how scientific research is communicated?
3. Can typical examples of medical images made by super–high resolution machines be used as source material for new digital drawing outputs in 2D, 3D and as moving image?
4. Can collaboration with this visual investigator help the identified scientists communicate their research to the public more effectively?

AIMS OF RESEARCH
• Identify the philosophical and knowledge producing role of the creative practitioner.
• Adopt a multi-modal design approach to help scientists communicate their research to the general public.
• Extend methods of observation through a novel interpretative approach to advanced imaging research which test the potential of combining new imaging technologies with digital drawing outputs in 2D, 3D and as moving-image.
• Employ co-creation design thinking strategies to improve design outcomes.
• Build reciprocal relationships between the artist and scientific collaborators to extend knowledge through interaction.
• Show how creative practice operates intrinsically as a mode of enquiry, which involves a relationship between material process and discourse.
• Contribute knowledge for future practitioners working in an…

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