Research Outputs – Artefacts

As well as books, journal articles, and papers, research outputs in the arts also include other types of outputs. These include:

• Artefacts
• Devices and Products
• Performance
• Exhibition
• Composition
• Design
• Software
• Website content
• Digital or visual media

KRblacklacestillforwebIn this post we are going to look at Artefacts. This may include physical artefacts such as textiles, ceramics, collages, glass vessels, soundscapes, artwork, sculpture. These artefacts are often exhibited, but the exhibition is not the research output, it is the artefact in the exhibition that is the research output.
The curator of the exhibition could submit the exhibition as their research output.

Listed below are examples of the Research Outputs from UCA REF2014 that had physical artefacts as the research output. You can click on the link to find out more about the research that led to these outputs.

Black Lace, commissioned site-sensitive video and sound installation
Box 1 and Box 2, two pieces of textile quilt
Fall, mural, monoprints
Gango series I-III, three ceramic vessels
Handkerchiefs, site-specific textile installation
Homage to ‘Hay on the Highway’
Line and Damaged, two textile artworks
Metamorphosis and Transformation, twenty-one interrelated clear glass vessels
Notes from Home, an installation of five hand-made photobooks
Robing Peter to Pay Paul, textiles
Stains and Stories: Latent narrative in worn clothing, textiles
Ten Steps to Heaven – part of 14 Artists’ Interventions at the Swedenborg
The Search for Andy Warhol’s Voice, curated sound installation
Untitled, 7 new pieces, created especially for a solo exhibition
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