Research for people who (think they) would rather create / Dirk Vis.

by Vis, Dirk [author.]Looking glass.

Series: Onomatopee (Series): Publisher: [Eindhoven] : Onomatopee Projects, 2021.Edition: First edition; Version 1.0.Description: 135 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9789493148437.Other title: Research for people who think they would rather create.Subject(s): Art -- Research | Design -- ResearchNote: Includes bibliographical references.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

From writing style and the use of visuals to formulating your topic and methodology, Dirk Vis shows artists of all stripes how to present research

In this user-friendly volume, author Dirk Vis lays out the basics of research for artists, offering a guide to the groundwork that has long been lacking.

How to formulate your topic and your argument; how to structure your text rhetorically; how to deploy quotations effectively; how to disseminate and distribute your work in a community: Vis guides readers through all of these questions in a clear and accessible fashion. This book is essential for students of the arts across all disciplines.

Amsterdam-based writer Dirk Vis (born 1981) writes fiction, columns, scripts and essays on art and technology. His works of nonfiction and fiction have been published in Dutch: Bestseller (2009), the e-book The reality-essay (2017) and a series of texts in various forms and mediums.

Includes bibliographical references.

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