|List of Members||Research Activities||Summary of Report|
|Centre Name:||Center for Artistic Research|
|Chairperson:||Prof. Dr William Ray Langenbach (UTAR profile)|
|Description of Centre:||CFAR brings together a diverse group of post-graduates and scholars to form a vital laboratory for experimentation and innovation in Artistic Research to help train scholars and new postgraduates to work in the expanding economies of intellectually rigorous art production, critical art entrepreneurism, and art education. The goals of CFAR are:
Artistic Research is CFAR’s its primary activity. Artistic Research develops research into literary and philosophical sources, forensic aesthetics, architecture and site-specific art on land and in the sea. The range of concerns is broad and deep.
Artistic Research opens possibilities for practicing artists and designers to continue their practice, while enhancing it with historical and theoretical studies. It thereby expands practice into a broader spectrum of knowledge.
CFAR focuses on the areas of knowledge and practice that our members are currently researching or wish to research in the future. The members provide the direction of the Centre.
The role of the Chairperson is designed to be a rotating position, democratically elected by the members.