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Art Sci Lab
Art Sci Lab conducts research on artist-led inter- and cross-disciplinary research with scientists.
We work with science across the spectrum, including:
- the hard sciences (eg physics, chemistry, ecology)
- the social sciences (eg psychology, anthropology, economics)
- and the applied sciences (eg engineering, computer modelling)
The lab is inclusive with an open door policy for colleagues, peers and future collaborations with artists, curators, scholars, scientists, policy makers and industry.
Art SciLab is artist-led, using art practice as research methodology. It aims to be methodologically rigorous and artistically excellent, underpinned by bilateral and (ideally) symmetrical collaboration between artists and scientists.
Research outputs and methods include exhibitions, artworks, and publications and it has a reflexive, openly collaborative and ethically engaging approach.
Art Sci Lab recognises that art and science are fields of knowledge and practice, orientated towards reality and truth seeking, however contested both reality and truth may be.
Art Sci Lab accepts the challenge of working ethically with collaborators from different fields, respectful of differing perspectives and different disciplinary cultures and expertise.
Art Sci Lab understand that a deep understanding of disciplinarity is a prerequisite for generative and valuable trans-, cross- and inter-disciplinary research.
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Impact Acceleration Account (IAA): Improve and accelerate the impact of the University of Hertfordshire's research
1/04/22 → 31/03/25
1/02/22 → 31/07/23
1/10/21 → 1/09/22
Jury, S. & Godman, R., 17 Nov 2021
Research output: Non-textual form › Artefact