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The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is a new international,
online, Open Access and peer-reviewed journal for the identification,
publication and dissemination of artistic research and its
With the aim of displaying and documenting practice in a manner that
respects the artist's modes of presentation, JAR abandons the
traditional journal article format and offers its contributors a
dynamic online canvas where text can be woven together with image,
audio and video material. The result is a journal which provides a
unique ‘reading’ experience while fulfilling the expectations of
The inaugural issue of JAR is released on 17 February 2011.
This issue presents work by:
Bertha Bermudez, Scott deLahunta, Marijke Hoogenboom, Chris Ziegler,
Frederic Bevilacqua, Sarah Fdili Alaoui, Barbara Meneses Gutierrez,
Richard Blythe, Melbourne
Sher Doruff, Amsterdam
Cathy van Eck, Zürich
Mark Fleischman, Cape Town
Abhishek Hazra, Bangalore
Anders Hultqvist, Gothenburg
Daniel Kötter, Constanze Fischbeck, Berlin
Tuija Kokkonen, Helsinki
Elina Saloranta, Helsinki
Sissel Tolaas, Berlin
Otto von Busch, Gothenburg
Editor-in-Chief: Michael Schwab, London
Artistic research is a newly emergent and rapidly evolving field,
whose status is still hotly debated. Until now there have only been
limited publication channels making it difficult to stay informed
about the development of the many topics pertinent to artistic
research. JAR aims to provide a focal point that brings together
different voices, facilitates discourse and adds to the artistic
Part of JAR's mission is to re-negotiate art's relationship to
academia and the role and function of research in artistic practice.
JAR embraces research practices across disciplines, thereby
emphasising the transdisciplinary character of much artistic research.
JAR is guided by an Editorial Board that works with a large panel of
international peer reviewers from the field of artistic research. JAR
is published by the Society for Artistic Research.
We welcome submissions for future issues through our Research
Catalogue, which will be launched in March 2011.