“How a Painter Paints: An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Embodied Creativity” at the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts conference (2013)

I presented a co-authored paper, “How a Painter Paints: An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Embodied Creativity” with Steve DiPaola at the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts conference in London in 2013 July.

Access the paper here: How a Painter Paints: An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Embodied Creativity
by SK Choi, S DiPaola

ABSTRACT

Tacit knowledge represents an embodied understanding of experience that shapes our form and action (Polanyi). For this study, the mimetic transformation of this ‘hidden’ knowledge is described as a process of active engagement in order to arrive at a conditional representation of experience that seeks validation through the stimulation of intersubjective ‘resonance’.

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The diagram above illustrates metaphoric enactive transformation in creative process

About Suk Kyoung Choi

artist / researcher

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