Analysis of process

Bracey, Andrew, Maier, Danica, Gallant, Ashley , Cosker, Phil, Williams, Gerard, Belli, Emma, Belli, Guiseppe and Cocker, Emma (2017) Analysis of process. In: Analysis of Process, 13th January 2017, The Collection, Lincoln.

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Analysis of Process explores cross-disciplinary approaches to creative practice seen through theatre & film design, writing, curation, and fine art practices.
Waddington Cultural Collective (WCC) members from different disciplines and areas of practice have worked together to explore their approaches to overlapping areas, or edges, of interest and enquiry. They have discussed the processes they use to develop creative ideas and produce work. A painter has worked with a writer; a theatrical model maker has worked with a sculptor and curator; and an installation artist has worked with a set designer. Each of these three groupings has documented a previous one-day exploratory meeting and these documents form the basis, the starting point, of their presentations on January 13th and the start of an Analysis of Creative Process
Some key questions:
Where is common ground found and where is difference?
How is the process of developing ideas and making artefacts different in our disciplines and
how does it pull us together?
What, and how do we share?
When we find overlaps between us how does this redefine our own work?
How can we work together jointly in the development of creative outcomes and why would
we want to do that?
Why are there seemingly artificial boundaries constructed around different creative disciplines?
The participating audience is central to the afternoon’s open discussion that will be led by invited critical friends Emma Cocker (Reader in Fine Art) and Michael Eaton (award winning dramatist). We hope the audience will delve, dig and unpick the morning’s presentations. The purpose of this session is not primarily to find answers but to explore all reaches and tributaries of the creative process and practice to see beyond disciplines often spuriously located in
watertight compartments.

Keywords:process, Artists, collaboration, creativity, Interdisciplinary, cross disciplinary
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Fine Arts)
ID Code:25826
Deposited On:01 Feb 2017 19:46

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