"Presenting Artistic Research" Workshop with Sarah Bennett


We all relish the critical insights that we receive from our peers and advisors when they give their undivided attention during our presentations. Their close observations of our artistic research is so very valuable… sometimes they raise questions we had not even imagined! But how can we optimise these opportunities for critical feedback through the preparation of the material we present? What do we choose or select to present? How do we share it? How do we decide on the balance between ‘showing’ and ‘telling’ in the short amount of time we each have allocated? These are the questions we will begin with in this one day workshop.



Sarah Bennett is an artist and academic, whose artistic research critiques the history of psychiatry through associated archives and architecture. She is Head of School of Art & Architecture, Kingston School of Art (KSA), Kingston University, London, and a supervisor on the Transart PhD with Plymouth University.