ISHQ: A collaborative film and music project – art music and image as an installation, joint art as boundary crossing
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This paper is a reflective response to the process of creating a new installation art music partnership at Griffith University in 2011. The key collaborators were Dr Kim Cunio from the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University (QCGU), and Dr Louise Harvey from the Griffith Film School (GFS). Both participants are early career academics and established practitioners in their fields, giving the project currency in both the academy and the creative arts. The paper responds to the aesthetics of working collaboratively on a themed installation as well as defining the significance of new artistic collaborations between the participants and their host institutions, the QCGU and GFS. This project follows on from the AUC Crossing Boundaries paper of 2010 (Hitchcock, Cunio, Harvey, Chircop), which documented student led collaborations, and recommended increasing staff collaboration as between key academics.
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