Friday, April 21, 2017

[Yasmin_discussions] ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com

Dear Ken,
An article of mine is being published shortly in a special issue on
strategic gardening:
Inter-species encounters at the "*Hexa-Hives*"

The link is here,
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1618866716304101?via%3Dihub

but unfortunately I did not (yet) receive the layouted pdf of the text. If
u cannot access the article via the link, I can send u the unlayouted
version as pdf.
With the project melliferopolis we have been doing practice based research
around bees in urban environments for a few last years.

Hope this is along the lines of what u are looking for.
Many greetings,
Christina


On Fri, 21 Apr 2017 at 16.06, Ken Friedman <ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com>
wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
>
> Last week, I posted a request seeking help in finding articles, reports,
> and documents of any kind on the topics of 1) practice based research, 2)
> practice led research, 3) practice as research, 4) artistic research, 5)
> investigative design, and 6) generative research.
>
> So far, I have received over 200 contributions. I am grateful to those who
> have sent them — I'm writing again to request that people who haven't yet
> sent documents support this project with material.
>
> In working on an article, I discovered that authors use these terms in
> many different ways. In some cases, the same terms designate very different
> approaches, methods, or perspectives. In other cases, different terms
> indicate the same approach, method, or perspective. More confusing still,
> some of these terms designate approaches, methods, or perspectives that
> could easily be characterized using standard research terms from the social
> sciences, natural sciences, humanities, or liberal arts. While artists,
> designers, architects, composers, or other practitioners of the fine arts
> or creative arts have done the projects, these could well be projects by
> researchers in other fields.
>
> I seek anything that anyone can send me that has been published in books,
> journals, reports, or even in the gray literature. I also welcome research
> documents such as PhD dissertations or theses that exemplify these terms if
> when the documents contain an explicit method or methodology section that
> defines terms and methods,
>
> When possible, I'd like actual documents in .pdf or MS Word .docx or .doc
> formats.
>
> It is easy to send documents in any standard format by using WeTransfer.
> WeTransfer hosts a free service that allows users to send up to 20 GB at no
> cost. It is easy to upload documents, and easy to download them.
>
> https://wetransfer.com/
>
> When documents are not accessible, I also welcome links.
>
> Please send these directly to me, not to this list. Email to:
>
> ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com
>
> As usual, I will compile the documentation that I receive. I will send a
> complete bibliography to everyone who contributes, and I will make the full
> collection available to anyone who wishes a copy. I made the first
> collection available last week, and I will make an updated collection
> available as soon I I finish organizing it.
>
> This project will take two or three months. As with similar projects in
> the past, I will release the complete bibliography and make the collection
> available when it is done.
>
> If you have materials, I will be deeply grateful for your help.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Ken
>
> Ken Friedman, PhD, DSc (hc), FDRS | Editor-in-Chief | 设计 She Ji. The
> Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation | Published by Tongji
> University in Cooperation with Elsevier | URL:
> http://www.journals.elsevier.com/she-ji-the-journal-of-design-economics-and-innovation/
>
> Chair Professor of Design Innovation Studies | College of Design and
> Innovation | Tongji University | Shanghai, China ||| University
> Distinguished Professor | Centre for Design Innovation | Swinburne
> University of Technology | Melbourne, Australia
>
> Email ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com | Academia
> http://swinburne.academia.edu/KenFriedman | D&I http://tjdi.tongji.edu.cn
>
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

[Yasmin_discussions] Research Request -- Second Request

Dear Colleagues,

Last week, I posted a request seeking help in finding articles, reports, and documents of any kind on the topics of 1) practice based research, 2) practice led research, 3) practice as research, 4) artistic research, 5) investigative design, and 6) generative research.

So far, I have received over 200 contributions. I am grateful to those who have sent them — I'm writing again to request that people who haven't yet sent documents support this project with material.

In working on an article, I discovered that authors use these terms in many different ways. In some cases, the same terms designate very different approaches, methods, or perspectives. In other cases, different terms indicate the same approach, method, or perspective. More confusing still, some of these terms designate approaches, methods, or perspectives that could easily be characterized using standard research terms from the social sciences, natural sciences, humanities, or liberal arts. While artists, designers, architects, composers, or other practitioners of the fine arts or creative arts have done the projects, these could well be projects by researchers in other fields.

I seek anything that anyone can send me that has been published in books, journals, reports, or even in the gray literature. I also welcome research documents such as PhD dissertations or theses that exemplify these terms if when the documents contain an explicit method or methodology section that defines terms and methods,

When possible, I'd like actual documents in .pdf or MS Word .docx or .doc formats.

It is easy to send documents in any standard format by using WeTransfer. WeTransfer hosts a free service that allows users to send up to 20 GB at no cost. It is easy to upload documents, and easy to download them.

https://wetransfer.com/

When documents are not accessible, I also welcome links.

Please send these directly to me, not to this list. Email to:

ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com

As usual, I will compile the documentation that I receive. I will send a complete bibliography to everyone who contributes, and I will make the full collection available to anyone who wishes a copy. I made the first collection available last week, and I will make an updated collection available as soon I I finish organizing it.

This project will take two or three months. As with similar projects in the past, I will release the complete bibliography and make the collection available when it is done.

If you have materials, I will be deeply grateful for your help.

Sincerely,

Ken

Ken Friedman, PhD, DSc (hc), FDRS | Editor-in-Chief | 设计 She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation | Published by Tongji University in Cooperation with Elsevier | URL: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/she-ji-the-journal-of-design-economics-and-innovation/

Chair Professor of Design Innovation Studies | College of Design and Innovation | Tongji University | Shanghai, China ||| University Distinguished Professor | Centre for Design Innovation | Swinburne University of Technology | Melbourne, Australia

Email ken.friedman.sheji@icloud.com | Academia http://swinburne.academia.edu/KenFriedman | D&I http://tjdi.tongji.edu.cn

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

[Yasmin_discussions] Hot steam topic; Our April issue is live & open call for STEAM articles

>Subject: Our April issue is live & open call for STEAM articles
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>Dear readers and colleagues,
>ÐAs the STEAM educational movement gains
>momentum, the conversation around what STEAM is,
>what it can do, and what it is already doing is
>actively taking shape. STEAM
>(Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Math)
>emphasizes an integrated and holistic approach
>to learning. STEAM has become popularized for
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>creative capacity and the increasing desire to
>break free from the disciplinary silo system
>which many find tiresome and outdated. But like
>the start of anything new, STEAM education lacks
>a rubric, guidelines, or standards for educators
>to follow and be inspired by. Only through a
>collecting of current STEAM approaches can we
>correctly and coherently analyze this
>educational movement for its benefits and its
>weak spots, and push beyond the buzz-word phase
>we currently find ourselves in. Such an analysis
>is important if STEAM is ever to to be packaged
>and integrated into our educational system in a
>widespread manner. STEAM is easy to talk about
>but still hard to do.
>
>The August issue of SciArt will be dedicated to
>publishing the varied approaches that STEAM
>educators are taking - from theory to case
>study, we are accepting articles for submission
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>
>Ð-Julia Buntaine, Editor-in-Chief
>
>
>Our April issue features San Francisco Ballet's
>Frankenstein, nature and firefly photogram
>artist Michael Flomen, science/tech/microbiome
>multimedia artist Kathy High, philosopher and
>cognitive neuroscientist Dan Lloyd, the
>Reciprocal Biomimicry Initiative by conceptual
>artist Jonathon Keats, ecological artist
>Michelle Rogers, lichen-focused artist Karolina
>Ferenc, and Squidtoons' "Market squid embryos
>can handle stress, yo."
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Sunday, April 2, 2017

[Yasmin_discussions] Hot steam topic; where is the evidence that its a good idea ?

YASMINERS

for our discussion list

the US Academies of science, engineering and medecine are examining
the evidence behind the assertion that educational experiences that
integrate the humanities and arts with science, technology,
engineering, math, and medicine lead to improved educational and
career outcomes for undergraduate and graduate students.


They have issued a public call for submission of evidence by May 2017

We ecourage our international colleague to contribute to this
collective reflection (all contibutions solicited and welcome)


all yasminers should feel free to submit their evidence directly to
the national academies link

http://nas.integration-questionnaire.sgizmo.com/s3/


Roger Malina




Dear Colleague,

We are seeking your input on a National Academies of Sciences,
Engineering, and Medicine study that is examining the evidence behind
the assertion that educational experiences that integrate the
humanities and arts with science, technology, engineering, math, and
medicine lead to improved educational and career outcomes for
undergraduate and graduate students.


http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/bhew/humanitiesandstem/index.htm


The committee undertaking this study began its work in July of 2016
and the final product of our deliberations will be the publication of
a detailed, evidence-based report in the spring of 2018 that will
describe the known impact of integrative approaches to teaching and
learning in higher education on students' academic performance and
career readiness. More details on the study can be found here. We are
currently in the information gathering stage of the study process and
we would like to ask whether you, or others at your institution, have
data and information to share that could inform this study.

Are there programs or courses at your institution that integrate the
arts and humanities with science, technology, engineering,
mathematics, and/or medicine? If so, what is known about the impact of
these educational experiences on the students at your institution?

Has your institution ever evaluated or assessed these educational
experiences formally or informally? If so, what data can you share?

Are there factors at your institutions that make integration across
disciplines difficult to achieve? If so, what are they? Have any
educational experiences or programs at your institution that
integrated the arts and humanities with sciences, technology,
engineering, math, and/or medicine ended or been discontinued? If so,
why did the experience or program end?

We would greatly appreciate your input as we work to meet the charge
of this study. The data and information you share will not only
contribute to the evidence base the committee will examine, but will
also aid us in our effort to gather sufficiently broad input to ensure
that we consider all important perspectives and information pertinent
to this topic. In addition to your input, please also forward this
request for content to those colleagues and thought leaders, as well
as affiliated partners in higher education, who you think might make a
unique contribution to this study. Please note that any information
you or your colleagues share with the committee will be made public,
consistent with the Federal Advisory Committee Act.

If you have information to share, please submit it using This Link.


http://nas.integration-questionnaire.sgizmo.com/s3/


It would be very helpful to us if you could contribute your input by
May 1, 2017 to allow ample time for the committee to consider your
contribution before the drafting and publication of the report. If we
have follow-up questions regarding your letter, we may contact you by
phone or e-mail, or we may request that you present more details
directly to our committee at a future meeting. For further information
on the study, you may emailAshley Bear.

Your efforts and input will be greatly appreciated.

On Behalf of the Committee,
David Skorton
Secretary, Smithsonian Institution
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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

[Yasmin_discussions] HOT STEAM TOPIC: the Ph.D. in Art and Design: ?????

Yasminers

Ken Friedman and Jack Ox have raised a hot topic in the STEM to
STEAM discussion; how are hybrid professionals to be trained ?

As Ken explains the PhD has been spreading through art and design
schools internationally - in the USA there has been a debate whether
the MFA ( master of fine arts) or the PhD is appropriate and what the
difference is in terms of methodologies and training. The US College Art
Association has issued a policy statement re affirming that both the MFA
and PhD are 'terminal degree' in the USA which certify the professional
to teach and conduct research including supervising students.

But:
- can a professional with an MFA supervise phd students ?
-can a professional with a PhD supervise the work of MFA students?

how are the training methods different and overlapping ? what
are best examples of phd programs in art and design internationally !
the leonardo phd in art and design symposium organised by Ox
and Friedman solicits papers

I am currently working with Mauricio Mejia and Andres Roldan at the
University of Caldas , Manizales, Colombia on the issue of
training professionals for transdisciplinary collaboration-there will
be a panel and workshop on best practices at ISEA 2017 this june

in a private discussion with michael punt he challenged us to clarify:
- is transdisciplinarity research a method or a practice ?

does one train in particular research methods ? or does one create
the conditions for transdisciplinarity to emerge ?

one thing that is clear to me is that we seek to 'integrate' and not 'unify'
approaches ( Punt referred me to Rorty)

We encourage all yasminers to contribute to this discussion

roger malina


Leonardo Three-Year Symposium on the Ph.D. in Art and Design

Ken Friedman and Jack Ox, Guest Editors

In 2017, the journal Leonardo celebrates 50 years of publishing research and
works of art at the intersection of art, science and technology. As part of the
celebrations, we initiated a 3-year symposium to address issues surrounding
the development of the Ph.D. in Art and Design. The first articles are about to
appear.
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[Yasmin_discussions] Leonardo Three-Year Symposium on the Ph.D. in Art and Design

Leonardo Three-Year Symposium on the Ph.D. in Art and Design

Ken Friedman and Jack Ox, Guest Editors

In 2017, the journal Leonardo celebrates 50 years of publishing research and
works of art at the intersection of art, science and technology. As part of the
celebrations, we initiated a 3-year symposium to address issues surrounding
the development of the Ph.D. in Art and Design. The first articles are about to
appear.

Universities around the world are now debating this issue. While the MFA is a
terminal degree for professional practice, the Ph.D. is a research degree — the
doctor of philosophy. The debate began in the U.K. when independent art and
design schools merged with universities or obtained university status in their
own right. This led to the question of the standards for appointment and
promotion to programs once located in separate institutions that are now
located within universities. Universities in Europe, Asia, Australia and North
America have joined the conversation by establishing new Ph.D. programs or
initiating serious debates on whether — and how — to build them.
The question of the Ph.D. for art and design raises many challenging issues.

First among these is the nature of research, research training, and the Ph.D.
While this issue is obvious to those who have earned a Ph.D. in the natural
sciences, social sciences, or liberal arts, it remains complicated in
understanding the Ph.D. for art and design. What is the Ph.D. in art? What is
the Ph.D. in design? What should a Ph.D. be in a field of professional practice?
Should there be several kinds of Ph.D. in art and design or one major model?
Why pursue such a degree? What is the nature of such a Ph.D. with respect to
research quality as distinct from the quality of art or design practice? Why are
so many programs struggling or going wrong? Why do universities and
accrediting authorities permit problematic programs to continue? Why, in the
past, did artists interested in research choose to take a Ph.D. in disciplines
outside art? Are there specific skills all researchers require without respect to
their discipline? These are questions to consider, and there are people who
have something to say about them, including experienced supervisors. With
this symposium, we are reaching out to those with solid experience in doctoral
education to draw on their skills and wisdom.

The fresh debate on the Ph.D. for art and design taking place in North
American universities has global implications. This debate makes it
imperative to consider the different models of doctoral education elsewhere in
the world. Is it reasonable to earn a Ph.D. for a practice-based thesis with an
artifact or an exhibition in place of the thesis, accompanied by an essay of
20,000 words? Should doctoral programs admit students to research training
programs without undergraduate experience in such key skills as analysis,
rhetoric, logic or mathematics? Can undergraduate art and design students
with a focus on studio skills hope to succeed in doctoral work when they have
had little or no experience in the kinds of information seeking or writing that
form the basis for earning a research degree? Is it possible to award Ph.D.
degrees for skills and capacities completely different from those in any
established research field? In North America, an exhibition of artifacts with a
short thesis is the basis for awarding an MFA degree; in the UK and Australia
and at some European art schools, this is the basis for awarding a Ph.D. Is it
possible to merge these two traditions?

The SEAD and STEAM Challenge

One of the specific challenges we face internationally is finding new ways to
enable collaboration between science and engineering with the arts, design
and the humanities (SEAD). The United States National Science Foundation
funded a SEAD study highlighting a number of international developments
and best practices that inevitably will influence the question of the Ph.D. in art
and design. One of the areas in this study was the emerging discussion on
"STEM to STEAM."

Call for Papers

The Ph.D. for art and design has become a significant issue in worldwide
university education. As the world's oldest peer-reviewed interdisciplinary
journal for the arts, sciences and technology, Leonardo has a responsibility to
serve as a forum for the conversation. This symposium is our contribution to
the emerging dialogue on this issue in North America and around the world.

We seek several kinds of contributions to a 3-year symposium on the Ph.D. in
art and design.

• First, we seek full-length peer-reviewed articles for publication in the
Leonardo addressing key issues concerning the Ph.D. in art and design.
• Second, we seek significant reports, research studies and case
studies. Since these will be longer than journal articles, we will review
them for journal publication as extended abstracts with references, and
we will publish the full documents on the Leonardo web site.
• Finally, we will welcome Letters to the Editors in response to published
articles and to the documents on the web site.

Questions and correspondence should be sent to Jack Ox at

jackox@intermediaprojects.org

Manuscript proposals and articles submitted for publication
consideration should be sent to:

leonardomanuscripts@gmail.com

Ken Friedman PhD, DSc (hc), FDRS, is Chair Professor of Design
Innovation Studies at Tongji University; University Distinguished Professor at
Swinburne University; and Adjunct Professor at James Cook University.

Jack Ox PhD, MFA, Research Fellow at ART/SCI Lab, ATEC, UTDallas
Research Associate with the Center for Advanced Research Computing
(CARC) University of New Mexico.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Re: [Yasmin_discussions] steam Book PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art + science

Dear STEAM Yasminers -

*Special annoncement:*
In an attempt to understand the current state of the STEAM landscape across
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special topics issue this August on STEAM education and approaches. As
we've seen in this discussion there are various ideas about what STEAM is,
what it can do, what it should do, and what it is already doing, from
theory to case study. If you would like to contribute your article on a
class, workshop, study, or otherwise that addresses STEAM from kindergarten
to college and beyond please email me at this address (
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On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 7:01 AM, roger malina <rmalina@alum.mit.edu> wrote:

> yasminers
> for our stem to steam discussion there are a growing
> number of books that feed into our work
>
> here is a new book from christophe keller
>
> PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art+science
>
> if any yasminers have published relevant books
> please do bring them to our attention
>
> roger malina
>
>
>
> From: Christoph Keller <mail@christophkeller.net>
> Subject: Book PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art + scien
>
> Dear Roger Malina,
> I hope this email find's you well!
>
> Our new publication
>
> PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art+science is now available
> at SpectorBooks, Leipzig.
> Please have a look!
> http://www.rampub.com/art/978-3-95905-100-2
>
> Thanks and best wishes,
> Christoph
> christoph keller <mail@christophkeller.com>
>
>
> The term "PARANOMIA" has multiple meanings, one of them being that
> which exists alongside the normative. In his inquiry into the
> entangled aspects of science and contemporary art, Christoph Keller
> outlines how knowledge is derived in the respective fields. The book
> contains essays and contributions by Bernard Blistène, Horst
> Bredekamp, Jimena Canales, Sarah Demeuse, Christoph Keller, Heike
> Catherina Mertens, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Detlef Thiel, and Joseph Vogl
> (see below).
>
> Bernard Blistène: On Aether
> Horst Bredekamp: Nothingness is not Nothing
> Jimena Canales with Sarah Demeuse: The Viewer as a Scientist
> Christoph Keller: Paranomia
> Heike Catherina Mertens: A Journey through Nothing that is
> Ana Teixeira Pinto: On Anarcheology
> Detlef Thiel: Conversation on Ernst Marcus
> Joseph Vogl: On Stammering
>
> Design by Studio Manuel Raeder. Published by SpectorBooks, 2016.
> --
> Christoph Keller
> Fehrbelliner Str. 81
> D-10119 Berlin
> www.christophkeller.net
> 0049-171-7882209
>
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