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Dr. David Griffin's work included in research project: Practice Sharing

Drawing, Interference - Notation for a Silent Singing by Dr. David Griffin

“Practice Sharing” is an online presentation of expanded approaches to language-based practice within the field of artistic research. Reflecting how language-based artistic research is practised in its diversity, rather than to define or determine what it is in advance, this site allows artistic-researchers to get a glimpse of contemporary approaches to visual, auditory, narrative, and sequential art forms that focus on language. The project is part of Emma Cocker’s LANGUAGE-BASED ARTISTIC RESEARCH (SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP) - 2021

As a component of a long-term interest in music notations as drawing, see Dr. Griffin's notation system for silent song -- a method for scoring silence in the voice here:

Conceived and co-organised by Emma Cocker, Alexander Damianisch, Cordula Daus and Lena Séraphin, this Society of Artistic Research Special Interest Group (SAR SIG) provides contexts for coming together via the exchange of language-based research.

Above image: "Drawing, Interference - Notation for a Silent Singing" by Dr. David Griffin