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sounds semiotics sociology of science authenticity history

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Department of Art & Science, University of Southern Denmark ScienceTheatre

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SOUNDMAPPING THE GENES the DNA coding sequence song of the rainbowtrout

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Overview SCC Sonic Consumer Culture art science ICR

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Overview SCC Sonic Consumer Culture art science ICR Performative Social Science art artscience scienceart science

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Interpretive Consumer Research: born in & through art Phenomenon Methodology

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movies visual art music movies visual art music movies visual art music movies visual art music movies visual a

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literary criticism visual rhetoric jazz improvisation literary criticism visual rhetoric jazz improvisation literary

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Crisis of representation - Crisis of representation Crisis of representation - Crisis of representation is of representation - Crisis or representation

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Crisis of representation - Crisis of representation Crisis of representation - Crisis of representation monologues poetry plays short stories short movies monologues poetry plays short stories short movies mov is of representation - Crisis or representation

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Russ Belk (1986) Art vs Science Gestaltpicture Source of hypothesis Thicker description Data from the past Data for the future Validation Art: almost as good as real empiricist science

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Performative Social Science Turn

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Social Behaviour as performance Kenneth Burk ”situated modes of action” Victor Turner ”anthropology of experience”- cultural performances- social performances- social dramas

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Social Behaviour as performance Language as performance John L. Austin ”speech act theory” John Searle ”language as a form of doing” Judith Butler ”performativity”

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Social Behaviour as performance Language as performance Performative arts Ethnodrama Performance art Experimental/political theater Ethnographic surrealism Movement studies Experimental ethnographic film A/r/tography Biographical research / relational aesthetics Pervasive and locative arts

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unstable interdisciplinary flux boundary-crossingly antidisciplinarian fluid – uncertain- temporal dislocating complacency/location/perspective/knowledge a loss – a shift – a rupture Change – contingency – locality – motion – improvisation – struggle – situationally specific practices & articulations -

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Definition Performative Social Science The open, inquiring, creative, dynamic, reflexive and activist endeavour of research as a performance, by a performance, of a performance, and in a performance. Roberts, Brian (2008), “Performative social science: A consideration of skills, purpose and context,” Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 9(2), Art. 58

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the verb ephemeral instable reckoning what is lost culture as enacted culture as fluid culture as improvisation lived experience realized in performance the tacit, masked, whispered, provisional, camouflaged, improvised, indirect, hidden

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Unit Static Fixed Ready to be interpreted ”Hegemony of Textualism” ”scriptocentrism”

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Knowledge is accepted when secured in print ”Hegemony of Textualism” ”scriptocentrism”

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Textocentric videography Naturalized aesthetic of objectivity Production of truthful/trustworthy statements about the external/internal world Production of texts as fixed interpretations turning lived experience into narratives

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Performative videography Interviews as performance, a way of writing the world deconstruction objectifications working with an interpretive relationship to the world it creates setting the cultural phenomenon in motion shattering the constructed narrative line emphasizing the film itself ? DOES IT ALLOW US TO SEE THINGS DIFFERENTLY, AND TO THINK DIFFERENTLY?

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Researcher Research Process Artistic modes & performances at the intersection of method, research, object of research, representing research Social scientist role shifting as dramatist, actor, director, musician, poet, painter, choreographer

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Those who make art Those who think about art Manual labour Intellectual labour Imaginative-creative dimension Critical-analytical dimension Entertaining add-onincomplete knowledge stage

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Those who think about art Intellectual labour Critical-analytical dimension Creative, refreshing, utopian, radical way to produce knowledge Those who make art Manual labour Imaginative-creative dimension

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