Resolutely Inclusive: Merz Art Practice and Einfühlung
|dc.contributor.author||Richardson, Joanne Haywood|
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Dr Ann Schilo||en_US|
Through creative practice and exegetical writing this research investigates a possibility for continual engagement in aesthetic appreciation and a particular way of noticing that artists and viewers of artwork may share. Merz, invented by artist Kurt Schwitters, is a type of accumulative art practice that could include any material or method. Viewing and producing this type of artwork is examined via a theory of aesthetic appreciation called Einfühlung: a study of spectator’s embodied experiences with aesthetic works.
|dc.title||Resolutely Inclusive: Merz Art Practice and Einfühlung||en_US|