Engaging audiences to value and invest in participatory art practice through reciprocal and relational interactions
This research project examines certain forms of exchange and reciprocity in participatory art from a practitioner's perspective. It refers to aspects of Nicolas Bourriaud's Relational Aesthetics, touches on the food works of Rirkrit Tiravanija and uses practice-led research to examine audience interactions. In each research event the audience was given the opportunity to participate in some form of exchange, mostly involving food. Eight small research events and one larger work (staged in four...[Show more]
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