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RAE 2008

fine art

 

Linden Reilly

BA (Combined Studies) Crafts

Course Organiser MA by Project
PhD supervisor

RAE Outcomes

Teaching interests
The theoretical context of art, appied art and design practices; the imagination; cognition; memory; taste; perception; metaphors; research methods, the use of writing and sketching as research tools.

Research interests
Epistemological debate and arts practices; theories and definitions of "knowing" for the arts; theories of definition; the role of sense in imagination; the nature and operation of tastes; research methods for the arts; cognition, perception and memory in relation to arts practices; making sense and non-sense; "What work does the artwork do?"; Imagine/image.


Research groups and professional organisations

Visual Arts Practice Research Group, London Metropolitan University (VAPRG)

Design Advanced Research Training (DART), London Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, University of Hertfordshire

Design Research Society (DRS)

Experiential Knowledge Special Interest Group, DRS (EKSIG)


Selected publications

New Knowledge in the Creative Disciplines - proceedings of the first experiential knowledge conference 2007 (Co-authored with Kristina Niedderer, University of Hertfordshire), Journal of Visual Arts Practice, 6.2, 2007, pp. 81-87 (ISSN: 1470-2029). The editorial of a special edition of the journal on the proceedings of the first experiential knowledge conference.

What Work Does the Artwork Do? A question for art? (Co-authored and editied with Chris Smith, LMU), Journal of Visual Arts Practice, 6.1, 2007, pp. 5-12 (ISSN: 1470-2029)

Memories of the Experience of Imagining, Imagine/Image, Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media & Design, LMU, 2004, pp.69-75. A Collection of Contributions to an Open Conversation with Gianfranco Baruchello, in collaboration with the Memory Work group.

What work does the Artwork do? (with Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden as Art & Language), Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media and Design, LMU, 2004, pp. 1-63. published transcript of a symposium held on May 22, 2003


Reilly, R (Ed.): What work does the Artwork do? 3rd edition, Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media & Design, LMU, 2003, (ISBN: 1-899764-38-0), including Reilly, R: What work? What does the work?

Reilly, R & Ferguson, N (eds): The Reflective Practitioner 1: Reflecting on Craft Practices and ART conduct, Sir John Cass School of Art, Media & Design, LMU, 2001


Selected conferences, talks and papers

2007 - conference organisation (with Kristina Niedderer and Chris Smith): Experiential Knowledge Conference 2007: New Knowledge in the Creative Disciplines, University of Hertfordshire

2006 - paper: Theorising textile crafts practice, Southwest Textile Forum, The Holburne Museum of Art, Bath

2005 - symposium organisation (with Chris Smith and Art & Language): What Work Does the Artwork Do? 2: Now They Are Surrounded, Guildhall Art Gallery, London

2005 - round table debate (with Neil Ferguson, Chris Smith, and Carla Subrizi): Imagine/image, Tavola Rotunda, Fondazione Baruchello, Centro Internazionale Studi per L’Immagine, Rome

2003 - Creating a Climate for Creativity, Centre for Creativity, London Metropolitan University


2003 - symposium organisation (with Chris Smith and Art & Language): What work does the artwork do?

2002 - paper: An alternative model of "knowledge" for the arts, The concept of knowledge in art and design, Research into Practice II, University of Hertfordshire. Published in Working Papers in Art and Design vol. 2, 2002 (ISSN: 1456-4917)

1994 - paper: Spiritual Values in Ceramics, Value Added conference on contemporary ceramic design, Central St Martins, London

1993 - paper: Intuition, Intuition forum, Central St Martins

1993 - paper: A Taste of Greimas, Taste forum, Central St Martins.


Selected exhibitions and events

2007 - curation (with Chris Smith, Kristina Niedderer and Rob Goodman): Descriptions, Art & Design Gallery, University of Hertfordshire. Part of the Experiential Knowledge Conference exploring the conference theme of New Knowledge in the Creative Disciplines through practice.

2006-2007 - The Poetics of the Everyday, Flow, London, curated by Simone ten Hompel

2004 - Art Works, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. A performance of an art/theory work exploring the work the artwork does by Art & Language, Linden Reilly, and Chris Smith.






 
 
 
 
 
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