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Designing, juggling, balancing and performing : the Circus Oz living archive collaboration


Auteurs : Vaughan, Laurene (Auteur)

Lieu de publication : Melbourne, Australie

Date de publication : 2012

Langue : Anglais

Description : [7] p. ; 28 cm

Notes : Bibliogr. : p. 6-7

Sujets :
Circus Oz [compagnie de cirque]
Arts du cirque - Recherche - Méthodologie

Résumé :
Increasingly within the realm of research and creative practice, collaboration, as an entity and a methodology, is being positioned as a necessity in the search for innovation. Underpinning this is the belief and expectation that the diversity and multiple perspectives that are integral to a collaboration will enable innovation and the discovery of something 'new' or of greater relevance in application. Enacting interdisciplinary collaborations that integrate both academic and external organisations is a complex undertaking. Designing a research program and methods for shared understanding is essential if the benefits of the collaboration is to be realised. This essay reflects on one of the strategies being utilised by the Circus Oz Living Archive project team as we work towards the collaborative realisation of the project outcome. [editor summary]

Localisation : Dossiers documentaires

Cote : CIRQ-510-OZ

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