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The Research Catalogue: A Model for Dissertations and Theses
The research catalogue: A model for dissertations and theses
MichaelSchwab
Introduction

Arguably, the traditional paper-based academic publication format has proved disadvantageous for practice-led fields of research and study, such as art and design. A move into digital formats promises to remedy such disadvantages, while it must remain clear that any format will at the same time enable and limit the preparation and publication of all academic or artistic propositions. However, it can also be argued that contemporary artists are specialised in the negotiation of formats, since a definition of modern art without consideration of notions such as ‘medium’ or ‘technology’ seems to be impossible. This line of thought provides just one reason why the voice of artists and artistic ...

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