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posted on 2022-12-05, 23:58 authored by NEDASADAT SAJADI

This artwork belongs to the funded doctoral research project, titled: How Can We Teach/Learn Emotion Words and Complex Abstract Meanings? – A Relational A/r/tographic Conversation In-between Images and Words.

Nedasadat Sajadi

The University of Melbourne

Melbourne Graduate School of Education

 
 

This research, as a 50/50 creative thesis, was an a/r/tographic conversation between a written exegesis and an a/r/t exhibition held on April 1, 2022, at The Melbourne Graduate School of Education. This exhibition presented a series of artworks as research, including the six illustrations of the a/r/tographic renderings.

 

  

The illustrations for the research renderings, made by the PhD candidate, Nedasadat Sajadi, were originally created using colour pencils on white A3 papers. These were then scanned and printed on A1 foam boards, hung near the entrance and facing the twelve line arts. The renderings showed how learning could be improved by engaging with a/r/tographic processes. These illustrations can be individually viewed through this research's figshare project: How Can We Teach/Learn Emotion Words and Complex Abstract Meanings? – A Relational A/r/tographic Conversation In-between Images and Words.

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The Creativity and Wellbeing Hallmark Research Initiative (CAWRI) and The Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship

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