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The Three-Eyed-A/r/tographer

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posted on 2022-12-06, 00:00 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 Three-Eyed-A/r/tographer' sculpture.

 
 

'The Three-Eyed-A/r/tographer' is a papier mâché sculpture made by the PhD candidate, Nedasadat Sajadi, which was placed hanging from a wall within the exhibition space. It presented the a/r/tographer and their ability to be with the contiguous roles of the artist/researcher/teacher while looking at the exhibition as an act of re-visiting a travelled path for new openings.

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

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