A Plurality of Practices : Artistic Narratives in HCI Research

Sturdee, Miriam and Lewis, Makayla and Strohmayer, Angelika and Spiel, Katta and Koulidou, Konstantia and Fdili Alaoui, Sarah and Davis, Josh Urban (2021) A Plurality of Practices : Artistic Narratives in HCI Research. In: C&C '21: Creativity and Cognition :. ACM, New York, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9781450383769

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The arts and Human Computer Interaction (HCI) have a lot in common. As part of computer science HCI is ground breaking, interdisciplinary and focused on the interactions that form part of our everyday world. As part of the arts, HCI is a lens on technology, showing us spaces where there is room to interact and create new and meaningful blended experiences. It is therefore no surprise that many researchers and practitioners in our field have and maintain creative practices alongside, and as part of their research. We explore how these dual practices relate to each other, and how we might reconcile our mindful creative experiences with the formality of research. What benefits does such duality.

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