In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Andrew Knight-Hill regarding his own PhD and recent research projects. The challenging, complex and evolving relationship between practice and theory (perspective) was discusse indepth and Dr. Knight-Hill also shared a set of helpful tips for arts-based researchers. Please also check out the additional information below in relation to this episode.
Ingold, T. (2013). Making: Anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture. London: Routledge.
Official Page: http://www.ahillav.co.uk/
In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Searle about his PhD project on music composition in the early 2000s at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Our dialogue focused on unique characteristics and conventions of composition practice-based/artistic PhD research. Please find the additional information about Dr Searle.
Personal Page: http://www.oliveriredalesearle.co.uk/
In this episode, I interviewed Dr. McLean about her PhD project at the Royal College of Art. Please find the additional information below discussed during the interview. Dr. McLean's PhD Thesis: https://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/3945/ Book 1: Henshaw, V. (2014). Urban smellscapes: Understanding and designing city smell environments. Book 2: Frayling, C., & Royal College of Art. (1993). Research in art and design. London: Royal College of Art. Book 3: Corner, J. (1999). Recovering landscape: Essays in contemporary landscape theory. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. Dr. McLean's Sensorymaps Research Page: https://sensorymaps.com/ [Please note that some technical problems were experienced but the platform has recovered the missing information]
In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Benque about his recent PhD completion at the Royal College of Art. Please find the additional information below discussed during the interview. Dr. Benqué's PhD Thesis: https://davidbenque.com/phd/ Book 1: Mackenzie, Adrian. 2017. Machine Learners : Archaeology of a Data Practice. Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press. Book 2: Drucker, Johanna. 2009. SpecLab; Digital Aesthetics and Projects in Speculative Computing. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press. Quote from Timothy Morton: http://ecologywithoutnature.blogspot.com/2011/01/how-to-plan-phd-2-what-kind-of.html?m=1