Roman Ondak - Measuring the Universe, height marks on walls
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Authors on Experimentation
Belluigi (2013) explained that “creativity is promoted by conditions and activities which encourage playfulness, risk-taking and experimentation (p. 9).
Marshall (2010) stated that artistic inquiry is developed through the “active construction of knowledge through hands-on exploration and experimentation, which are interwoven with and shaped by creative thinking” (p. 16).
Dissanayake (1974) explained that “necessity may often be the mother of invention, but this should not obscure the fact that playful experimentation may also stimulate and suggest discoveries” (p. 214).
Wolf (1988) explained that “skilled or creative individuals often pursue the ‘same’ problem across a series of works or experiments” and “they learn to approach an issue or idea from many points of view” (p. 151).
Belluigi, D. Z. (2013). A proposed schema for the conditions of creativity in fine art studio practice. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 14(19).
Wolf, D. (1988). Artistic Learning: What and Where Is It? Journal of Aesthetic Education, 22(1), 143-155.
Dissanayake, E. (2017). A Hypothesis of the Evolution of Art from Play. Leonardo, 7(3), 211-217.
Marshall, J. (2010). Thinking outside and on the Box: Creativity and Inquiry in Art Practice. Art Education, 63(2), 16-23.