Research

Each participating gallery was asked to consider the generic research question:

How can we use interpretation to increase access to contemporary art, and to address perceived barriers to intellectual access?

The research report, written by Interpretations Coordinator, Maureen K Michael, draws on work by Kirstie Skinner, (Collective Gallery); Sarah Derrick, (Dundee Contemporary Arts); Carol Dunbar,(Pier Arts Centre) and Zoe Fothergill, (Talbot Rice Gallery).

The report is downloadable in individual sections:

Acknowledgements and Overview, August 2008

Part One: Introduction, Context and Methods
Part One introduces Interpretations and the four participating gallery projects. There is a description of the project context and the methods used to support the projects.

Part Two: Case Studies, Discussion and Comparison
This section describes each of the four projects as case studies exploring the action research processes. A Comparison Table concludes Part Two.

Part Three: Observations, Reflections and Conclusions
In part three the report reflects on emerging themes and suggests conclusions.

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