Learning from Critical Social Art Practice: Disassembling and Reassembling the Social

Mel Jordan, Andrew Hewitt, Marley Treloar

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Abstract

The aim of the panel is to consider how (Critical) Social Art Practices (CSAP) can contribute to modes of cultural evaluation. Jordan, Hewitt and Treloar will discuss two projects in which they have collaborated; Making Tools Together: Exploring new ways to understand arts social value (MORE), and Mapping Kiosk for the Well Communities Research Consortium. Reflecting upon our art practice - which develops methods of opinion formation and aims to intervene within organizational structures - we identify the ways in which our practice can also be both a process of research as well as a method of evaluation.

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