• Reading List for participating PhD students

     

    • Annotated portfolios and other forms of intermediate-level knowledge, 
      Jonas Löwgren in ACM Interactions. 

    • Designerly ways of knowing: design discipline versus design science, 
      Nigel Cross, in Design Issues 17. 

    • New Methodologies in Art and Design Research: The Object as Discourse, 
      Alex Seago and Anthony Dunne, in Design Issues 15.

    • What Should We Expect From Research Through Design, 
      Bill Gaver in Proceedings CHI’12. 
    • Immodest Proposals: Research Through Design and Knowledge, 
      Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell and Lone Kofoed Hansen in Proceedings CHI’15. 
    • The art object does not embody a form of knowledge, 
      Stephen Scrivener in Working Papers in Art and Design 2. 
    • Learning from Experience: approaches to the experiential component of practice-based research,
      Michael A. R. Biggs in Forskning, Reflektion, Utveckling. 
    • Experimental Design Research: Genealogy – Intervention - Argument, 
      Eva Brandt and Thomas Binder in IASDR07. 
    • Research and Creative Practice, 
      Linda Candy in Interacting: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner 2011. 
    • Towards programmatic design research, 
      Jonas Löwgren, Henrik Svarrer Larsen, Mads Hobye in Designs For Learning 6. 
    • Design (research) practice, 
      Thomas Binder & Eva Brandt, in Practice based design research. 
    • Design Research Through Practice: From the Lab, Field and Showroom, Chapter 6 & 7,
      Ilpo Koskinen, John Zimmermann, Thomas Binder, Johan Redström and Stephan Weensween. 
    • Research through Design,
      Pieter Jan Stappers & Elisa Giaccardi, in Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction of the Interaction Design Foundation (forthcoming). 
    • Pleading for Plurality: Artistic and Other Kinds of Research, 
      Søren Kjørup in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.24. 
    • The Production of Knowledge in Artistic Research, 
      Henk Borgdorff in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.44. 
    • The Role of the Artefact and Frameworks for Practice-based Research, 
      Linda Candy & Ernest Edmonds in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.120. 
    • Embodied Knowing Through Art, 
      Mark Johnson in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.141. 
    • Research Training in the Creative Arts and Design, 
      Darren Newbury in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.368. 
    • Evaluating Quality in Artistic Research, 
      Michael Biggs And Henrik Karlsson in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts p.405.