FOOD RELATED: An Artistic Approach Towards Knowledge Sharing

  • Rosanne van Klaveren
Schlagworte: Art, Circumpolar Cultures, Indigenous Knowledge, Food, Food Culture, Media

Abstract

Artistic participatory practices can establish connections between people(s) that are valuable for the sharing of knowledge. In this article, I explain from my research practice how an artistic approach can stimulate, structure and enrich knowledge sharing. During my doctoral research at KU Leuven in Belgium, a prototype of an expressive space was designed to collect, map and exchange facts and experiences related to Arctic food culture: the Food Related platform. Decisions that I made and strategies that I used during this project are reviewed while focusing on two topics: 1) food as a subject and stimulus for sharing, 2) the use of creative questionnaires and cultural probes as a method to include imagination. Empirical findings give insight in my experiences and approaches as an artist, which I believe can be inspirational for knowledge sharing projects beyond the field of art.

Veröffentlicht
2015-04-21
Zitationsvorschlag
van Klaveren, R. (2015). FOOD RELATED: An Artistic Approach Towards Knowledge Sharing. Ethnoscripts, 17(1). Abgerufen von https://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/ethnoscripts/article/view/808