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In this essay, the edited anthology, Being with A/r/tography (Springgay, Irwin, Leggo, & Gouzouasis, 2008) is reviewed in regard to its relevance to visual arts research. Art is presented as a method of inquiry as theory, dialogue, and a/r/tographic works are shared within a community of practicing arts-based researchers. This text offers insight into the possibilities of the arts as active and perceptive modes of inquiry.
Visual Arts, Qualitative Research, and Inquiry
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Pourchier, N. M. (2010). Art as Inquiry: A Book Review of Being with A/r/tography. The Qualitative Report, 15(3), 740-745. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2010.1175
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