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August 2022 Self-Help

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Research For People Who Think They Would Rather Create
By (author): Dirk Vis Introduction by: Florian Cramer
Dirk Vis ,

Introduction by :

Florian Cramer

Imprint:

Onomatopee Projects

ISBN:

9789493148437

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

General Trade
Nov 22, 2022
$28.00 CAD
Forthcoming

Dimensions:

8in x 5 in | 1 gr

Page Count:

136 pages

Illustrations:

80 illustrations
Onomatopee Projects
SELF-HELP / Creativity
  • Short Description

From writing style and the use of visuals to formulating your topic and methodology, Dirk Vis shows artists of all stripes how to present research

In this user-friendly volume, author Dirk Vis lays out the basics of research for artists, offering a guide to the groundwork that has long been lacking.

How to formulate your topic and your argument; how to structure your text rhetorically; how to deploy quotations effectively; how to disseminate and distribute your work in a community: Vis guides readers through all of these questions in a clear and accessible fashion. This book is essential for students of the arts across all disciplines.

Amsterdam-based writer Dirk Vis (born 1981) writes fiction, columns, scripts and essays on art and technology. His works of nonfiction and fiction have been published in Dutch: Bestseller (2009), the e-book The reality-essay (2017) and a series of texts in various forms and mediums.

From writing style and the use of visuals to formulating your topic and methodology, Dirk Vis shows artists of all stripes how to present research

In this user-friendly volume, author Dirk Vis lays out the basics of research for artists, offering a guide to the groundwork that has long been lacking.

How to formulate your topic and your argument; how to structure your text rhetorically; how to deploy quotations effectively; how to disseminate and distribute your work in a community: Vis guides readers through all of these questions in a clear and accessible fashion. This book is essential for students of the arts across all disciplines.

Amsterdam-based writer Dirk Vis (born 1981) writes fiction, columns, scripts and essays on art and technology. His works of nonfiction and fiction have been published in Dutch: Bestseller (2009), the e-book The reality-essay (2017) and a series of texts in various forms and mediums.

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