Exploring the Space of Creative Practice
by Vaughan, Laurene
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How do we engage with the space of creative practice? This project is a topographic exploration of the anfractuous experience of creative practice as conceived through labyrinthine space. Theoretically, and in practice, this is an exploration of the experience of located creative practice, articulated as the studio. As the narrative of this research evolves within this text, I discuss the evolution of my understanding of the 'space of the studio' and the idea of the labyrinth and the labyrinthine as a means for understanding and experiencing this. Building on the discourses of creativity, reflective practice, embodiment, and space and place, I conclude that when attempting to make meaning of located creative practice, it is not labyrinthine space that we seek to understand but rather labyrinthine place.
Laurene Vaughan is Associate Professor Communication and Design in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. Laurene has an international career as a practicing artist, designer and educator. She is particularly in the situated nature of human experience, particularly the ways that we create and articulate the experience of place.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.22 x 0.148 x 0.012 m; 0.222 kg