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At research level, the Department´s aim is to support reflection upon its central concern with practice, both within the contexts of contemporary art and within our academic environment. The Department distinguishes practice at research level by its modality, which should be reflexive and contextualising. As a research student, you should be concerned to contextualise your practice in relation to other cultural production. Empirical research is understood as essential to innovative practice. Practice is also seen as a `primary source´ for analytical processes, both enhancing practice itself, and aiding the development of the text element of the thesis.
You meet your two supervisors regularly for discussion and guidance, and present your project to staff and students in the Department´s Research Seminar programme at least once each year.
You should normally have an MA in a relevant subject.
Please submit with your application a statement of your research project outlining your research topic and methodology, together with a short bibliography. If appropriate, you can submit slides and supporting material. Please label these clearly with your name and address.
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