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Robert Burke is associate professor of jazz and popular music at Monash University.
Andrys Onsman is learning and academic advisor at the University of Melbourne.
Section I - Theorizing Practice Based Artistic Research
1. Robert Burke and Andrys Onsman - Discordant Methodologies: Prioritising Performance in Artistic Research in Music
2. Deniz Peters - Six Propositions on Artistic Research
3. Stephen Emmerson - Is my Performance Research?
4. Robert Vincs - …that is the question: the nature and scope of the research question within practice-led artistic research
5. Michael Hooper - The Art of Scholarship
Section II - Locating Artistic Research in Universities
6. Linda Barwick and Joseph Toltz - Quantifying the ineffable? The University of Sydney’s 2014 guidelines for non-traditional research outputs
7. Jenny Wilson - Equal, inferior or different? Research equivalence and university attitudes to artistic research
8. Glen Hodges - Keep Your Eye on the Prize
Section III – Artistic Research in Music Practice
9. Zubin Kanga - ‘Building an instrument’ in the collaborative composition and performance of works for piano and live electronics
10. Thomas Reiner - Approaching music through language: a Lacanian perspective
11. Nick Haywood - Developing Key Concepts of Ensemble Performance
12. Cat Hope - The Decibel new music ensemble - artistic research in experimental music at the academy
13. Tim Dargaville - Speaking in Tongues”: An investigation into a compositional practice informed by intercultural exploration
14. Johanna Selleck - Creativity and the blues: a philosophical approach to practice and research
15. Andrys Onsman & Robert Burke - Disturbing Perspectives of Research in Music
This book enters the core of artistic research and connects developments in Australia with the world. From many angles artistic research is explained from within experimentation, exploration and discovery, unraveling intentions, processes, outcomes and dissemination of research in and through musical practice. It asks the difficult but necessary questions and is aware of all actual, contemporary relevant international literature on the subject. It is a must for any artist/researcher.
— Frans de Ruiter, Leiden University