IN/Search RE/Search
Imagining Scenarios Through Art and Design
Edited by Gabrielle Kennedy

Amade Aouatef M’charek, Lorand Bartels, David Bell, Jeroen Boomgaard, Fabrice Bourlez, Rogier Brom, Jane Coaston, Ronald W. Dworkin, nd many artists and designers. Illustrations: Sunjoo Lee


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By bringing together various practices (arts, design and writing practices and academic research), IN/Search RE/Search shows how artistic research processes are designed and performed. The kaleidoscopic convergence of the featured approaches promises an exciting shift in thinking about how knowledge within the arts comes about, and how this knowledge nurtures daily practice, and vice versa.

Art, Design, Education
The core of this publication is formed by various art and design projects by students of the Rietveld Academie and the Sandberg Instituut. Many of these projects confuse, blur and confront what is traditionally relevant in research practices. These young artists demonstrate what happens when ideas and practices that seem to be miles apart within the traditional domain of research, are suddenly allowed touch upon and influence each other. IN/Search RE/Search is intended for anyone who is involved in creative, artistic and academic research and all hybrid forms in between. IN/Search RE/Search is also aimed at anyone who is involved in the way our future is shaped and represented, ranging from policy makers, to teachers, journalists, curators, students and many others: anyone who wants to be part of a nuanced conversation about how we want our future to be shaped. This publication discloses methods of thinking and working through which a new generation of artists/designers/researchers is shaping scenarios for the near future.
Design by Metahaven.

Gabrielle Kennedy, an Amsterdam-based design journalist. She is currently editor-in-chief of DAMN° Magazine and has contributed to many publications on design, and education.

420 pages
Paperback, 11.5x21.5 cm
Valiz, 1st edition 2020
ISBN 9789492095800