Drawing as a method

In a research methodology, drawing can be used at several levels: as an action to shape and communicate initial idea sketches, as a tool to graphically connect individual parts in initial research, as a means to express experiences or perceptions, but also as a non-verbal individual or collective reflection method. However, this raises questions about the functioning of drawing as a method: How does 'it' work? What knowledge or data are evoked or generated through drawing? And what makes drawing as a method specific in comparison to other artistic actions or methods?

Spring 2019