AM sent a link to some Select Bibliography for Practice as Research in Performance (last updated 23 March 2005) PARIP Practice as Research in Performance, University of Bristol. The peformance angle also appeared recently in this other UK call for essay posted earlier emphermal online video.
And the local, The Speculation and Innovation (SPIN) conference was held in April 2005 and hosted by the Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology. – abstracts
Themes: 1. Embedded knowledge 2. Knowledge impact 3. Knowledge relationships
Including the section details on Embedded Knowledge:
Discusses knowledge generation such as new discoveries; knowledge manifestation as exemplified by various types of outputs (exhibitions, performance, etc), embodied knowledge and the nature and authority of the knowledge claims that are inextricably linked to practice-based research.