CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - EXTENDED DEADLINE 26 AUGUST
We are happy to announce the 13th Community for Artistic and Architectural (Doctoral) Research (CA²RE) meeting to take place in at The Glasgow School of Art, 27-29 October 2022.
Arguably Design driven research requires a Framing and Reframing of research territories, methodologies, behaviours and thinking more than other fields of research activity.
This demands shifts and changing in the researchers approach, dynamic and agile operations, speculative and experimental thinking, risk taking and states of vulnerability and well as assurance. Aligned with the opportunities and multiple paths design and creative practices offer, design driven research requires its own activities, sensibilities, tactics and forms of dissemination to be true to its nature(s).
The resulting research journeys and trajectories provide experience and testament to the processes involved, the insights gained and the new knowledge with emerges, although equally rigorous and robust, can follow new and other forms, to be shared, interrogated and embraced.
CA2RE Glasgow: Framing and Reframing offers the opportunity to take a deep dive into these continuous threads, multiple standpoints and related perspectives, ambiguities and contradictions through sharing recent research work in progress and research findings.
As an evolving community for artistic and architectural research itself, The Glasgow School of Art welcomes you to share your perspective, experience and thinking this October.
Programme and Mode
CA²RE Glasgow is a three-day event around a programme of research presentations and invited lectures. The conference is planned as primarily as face-to-face event, hosted by the Mackintosh School of Architecture, the Glasgow School of Art, with the hybrid option of online presentation and participation.
This call invites;
- Full papers describing recent research by PhD CANDIDATES AND OTHER RESEARCHERS in the diverse fields of Design Driven Research at any stage of their research to present. An abstract (500 words max) should be submitted for peer review
- Posters describing recent research by PhD CANDIDATES AND OTHER RESEARCHERS in the diverse fields of Design Driven Research at any stage of their research to present. An abstract (200 words max) should be submitted for peer review
For further detail, including submission requirements, please refer to: https://easychair.org/cfp/CA2REGlasgow (Links to an external site.). Extended deadline for submission of abstracts is 26 August 2022.
Dr Dave Loder, PhD Coordinator (Mackintosh School of Architecture), The Glasgow School of Art