No. 109 (2023): The Uses and Abuses of Artistic Research in Post-Disciplinary Academia
It is already 2023, which means almost four decades since the first doctoral program in the arts was started. Many things have changed, and many have stayed the same. Artistic research is no longer a novelty. Still, many artists and scholars raise their eyebrows when they face the practices and ambitions of artist-researchers.
In this Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis (AAAV) issue some of the articles are written by scholars and some by artist-researchers from all around the world. As you will see, this collection contains intriguing and thought-provoking articles representing different perspectives on the arts, sciences, research, and many other artistic research-related aspects. Have a pleasant journey through the bogs and valleys of artistic research, populated by artists, scholars, curators, humanists, practitioners, academics, scientists, and other (not so) rare species.
Editors of this issue: Aldis Gedutis, Vytautas Michelkevičius
Editor Jūratė Šamelienė
Editor, Proofreader Kerry Kubilius
Translator Tomas Čiučelis
Designer Jurgis Griškevičius
Release date: 2023
Format: 170 x 240
Print run: 200
eISSN 2783-6843 | ISSN 1392-0316
The publication is sponsored by the National Development Programme of Lithuanistics (2016–2024) at the Research Council of Lithuania, agreement No. S-LIP-22-23