Peripatetic Painting: Pathways in Social, Immersive, and Empathic Art Practice

Peripatetic Painting: Pathways in Social, Immersive, and Empathic Art Practice

von: Michal Glikson

Springer-Verlag, 2022

ISBN: 9789811640056 , 261 Seiten

Format: PDF

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Peripatetic Painting: Pathways in Social, Immersive, and Empathic Art Practice


 

This book documents the practice-led research of painting as a peripatetic art practice through travel and transient life in Australia, India, and Pakistan. Crossing disciplines of Art, Applied Anthropology, and Cultural Geography, painting is explored as a way of negotiating the uncertainties inherent in cross-cultural journeys, and the possibility of connecting with others in their lifeworlds. The ways of navigating and of making that support creativity in the field are identified, as are the multifarious conditions of the field in view of how these shaped painting, and ultimately, the consciousness of the artist through possibilities for empathy, advocacy, and activism. 
The book includes many images that illustrate the form which painting took in the field and the techniques employed to create these. Interactive links in the eBook edition enable the reader to view documentary films about subjects with whom the artist worked, and that illustrate the field and conditions of making. Throughout the book the reader may also engage with virtual tours of the Australindopak Archive as the art work generated by this research.



Dr. Michal Glikson is Visual Artist and Researcher focused on the creative possibilities of nomadic art practice across cultures. During her Ph.D. in Visual Arts with the Australian National University, she was Visiting Research Fellow at Kala Bhavana Fine Arts faculty, Viswa Bharati University of Santiniketan, guest teacher at National College of Art, Lahore, and has given numerous workshops and presentations on nomadic art practice and miniature painting in Australia, India, and Pakistan. Her project 'Towards a Peripatetic Practice' yielded the Australindopak Archive, a major work integrating painting and sound which has received recognition for innovation in emerging research in the field of visual art.