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Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1487 116th St T01, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1487 116th St T01, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

Lot before and after planting


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1431 120th St. T05, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1431 120th St. T05, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

Lot planted


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1431 120th St. T05, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1431 120th St. T05, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

Looking into lot, before planting


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:2nd Rt On Kelton T03, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:2nd Rt On Kelton T03, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

2nd rt on Kelton, looking into unplanted lot


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1487 116th St T01, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:1487 116th St T01, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

1487 116th St., before improvements


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

1445 118th St, before planting


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

1445 118th St, Showing planting with house in background, signature image for this project


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3: 1445 118th St. T04, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

1445 118th St, Looking at planting from front of lot, shows shape


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

11521 Kelton, looking towards street after planting


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

11521 Kelton, looking in, before planting


Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

Moving Glenville Forward, Re-Imagining Cleveland 3:11521 Kelton T02, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

11521 Kelton, after planting, looking into lot


W65th Street Rta Station, Re-Imagining Cleveland, Initial Conditions, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

W65th Street Rta Station, Re-Imagining Cleveland, Initial Conditions, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

Before work began


W65th Street Rta Station, Re-Imagining Cleveland, Initial Conditions, Helen Liggett 2017 Cleveland State University, Kent State University

W65th Street Rta Station, Re-Imagining Cleveland, Initial Conditions, Helen Liggett

Helen Liggett

Before work started


Artistic Emigration From Portugal To Paris In The First Half Of The 1960s: Six Portuguese Painters From Paris Revisited, Joana Baião 2017 IHA, FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Artistic Emigration From Portugal To Paris In The First Half Of The 1960s: Six Portuguese Painters From Paris Revisited, Joana Baião

Artl@s Bulletin

This paper proposes to revisit some issues related to the impact of emigration on the paths followed by a group of six Portuguese painters who settled in Paris between 1958 and 1961. To do that, it will analyze and contextualize the evolution of their work in the first half of the 1960’s, and it will recall the small exhibition Seis Pintores Portugueses de Paris that opened in 1966 in Lisbon with the purpose of highlight the particularities of the artistic research that was being developed by those artists in Paris, integrating them into the international artistic movements of the ...


Au-Delà De La Nature : The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories De Julian Charrière, Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou 2017 EHESS, Paris

Au-Delà De La Nature : The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories De Julian Charrière, Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou

The Goose

In this short article - case study, I explore the question of how art may help us reflect on the new conception of nature that the Anthropocene confronts us with. I focus on the photographic series The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories I,II,III (2013) by Swiss artist Julian Charrière and its reassessment of an idea of nature inherited from the romantic period. I analyse the way in which these pictures reinterpret romantic landscape painting in order to suggest an equal relation of human and nature, where human and non-human entities hold equal sway. My theoretical framework is based on Timothy ...


Speak For Yourself: Considerations Of Ethics And Aesthetics In The Performance Of A Community Oral History Project, Michelle Young 2017 Queen's University Belfast

Speak For Yourself: Considerations Of Ethics And Aesthetics In The Performance Of A Community Oral History Project, Michelle Young

PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research

This article outlines the creative and ethical process of staging a site-specific oral history community theatre project in the housing estate where I grew up in Omagh, Northern Ireland. Shandon Park -the name of the place and the performance- comprised of residents telling their own life stories in their homes in an investigation of memory, identity and place. The performance of memory articulated by people who were active agents in how they were presented investigated how the ownership of lived experience could exist within an effective dramatic structure. This article describes how the aesthetic qualities of performance within the reality ...


Only The Envelope: An Artistic Exercise In Data Retention, Vahri G. Mckenzie 2017 Edith Cowan University, Australia

Only The Envelope: An Artistic Exercise In Data Retention, Vahri G. Mckenzie

PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research

Only the Envelope (OTE) combines research methodologies to investigate the ways we share personal information in the public sphere, and document our practices as scholartists. In a live art installation, a “scientist” invited visitors to be involved in an “experiment”: viewing a film while wearing a wireless eye-tracking device. This surveillance technology generated data about viewing behaviour, but of more interest, the work staged encounters that dramatize the act of looking. Engaging in OTE as performance research led to unanticipated findings and the creation of new audiovisual documents when the eye-tracking device was redeployed as a head-mounted camera to reenact ...


The "Reflective Participant," "(Remember)Ing" And "(Remember)Ance": A (Syn)Aesthetic Approach To The Documentation Of Audience Experience, Joanna J. Bucknall Dr 2017 University of Portsmouth, UK

The "Reflective Participant," "(Remember)Ing" And "(Remember)Ance": A (Syn)Aesthetic Approach To The Documentation Of Audience Experience, Joanna J. Bucknall Dr

PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research

Experience is central to immersive, interactive and participative dramaturgies; however, it is that central feature of the work which poses a complex challenge to strategies of analysis and approaches to documentation. This is further exacerbated by the context of practice as research, (PaR), particularly in doctoral contexts. Over the last 10 years I have been developing a cognitivist approach to the documentation of immersive, interactive and participatory performance practices that is sympathetic to the experiential nature of those forms. In this paper, I draw out the epistemic logic of the practice-based (PBR) strategies that I have developed for documenting and ...


Embodying Rhythm Nation: Multimodal Hip Hop Dance As A Site For Adolescent Social-Emotional And Political Development, Lauren M. Roygardner 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Embodying Rhythm Nation: Multimodal Hip Hop Dance As A Site For Adolescent Social-Emotional And Political Development, Lauren M. Roygardner

All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This exploratory study employed qualitative methodology, specifically values analysis, to learn more about how being involved within Hip hop dance communities positively relates to adolescent development. Adolescence was defined herein as ages 13-23. The study investigated Hip hop dance communities in terms of cultural expertise (i.e. novice, intermediate and advanced/expert) to look specifically at dance narratives (i.e. peak experience narratives and “I dance because” essays) and hip hop dance performances. The primary purpose of this dissertation was to (1) explore how adolescents use multimodal Hip hop dance discourse for social-emotional development and critical consciousness, and to (2 ...


Re-Visualizing Care: Teachers' Invisible Labor In Neoliberal Times, Victoria G. Restler 2017 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Re-Visualizing Care: Teachers' Invisible Labor In Neoliberal Times, Victoria G. Restler

All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Re-visualizing care: Teachers’ invisible labor in neoliberal times takes up the topic of teacher evaluation in a moment of moral panic about “bad teachers,” public controversy over Value- Added Measures (VAM) of teacher work, and the widespread implementation of new assessment policies under Race to the Top (RTTT). Working with a group of ten progressive New York City public school teachers in the first year of one such policy (known as “Advance”), my multimodal study engages a wide variety of qualitative and arts-based research methods to explore teachers’ experiences of “Advance,” their broader reflections on practice, and the substantial work ...


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