OXENHAM, Michelle L

MRes Queensland University of Technology 2014 Pages: 61

Processes of transformation : art into pop and back again

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Link to Thesis: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/78374/

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This research project was a case study for managing and innovating an interdisciplinary practice: specifically across music, performance and contemporary art. Key works included painting/​sound/​video installation, experimental performance, electronic pop music, music video and electronic pop music performance. An idiosyncratic and transformative use of colour emerged as an underlying theme and strategy for cohesion. The project offers strategies for the challenges of interdisciplinary practice specifically addressing the limitations related to institutionalised value systems, aesthetic traditions and disciplinary languages.

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