Laewoo Kang, Steven Jackson
Can art practice be a method for HCI research and inquiry? Over the past several years, work by our lab [1,2] and others [3,4] has highlighted the value and possibility of experimental collaborations with artists as a method of HCI research and design. By offering opportunities to integrate aesthetic and theoretical inquiry into more multidisciplinary platforms, such collaborative artistic encounters have suggested alternative approaches to problem discovery and theory building, and revealed sometimes surprising sites of creativity and knowledge in HCI research and design. In our lab, collaboration with artists and musicians has helped shape methodologies and heuristics that…
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