Introduction: Multisensory materialities in the art school

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Robertson, Frances; Roy, Elodie;
  • Publisher: School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, AUT University

Little has been written about the specific and complex environments of the studio and the art school. A ‘material culture’ approach to art and design can throw light on the multi-materiality of works of art and design, and on the affective resonances of artefacts. We co... View more
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