Artistic Research - PhD - NTNU - Project description
The applicant must document appropriate understanding of the field, both nationally and internationally. The proposal must describe how the originality of the project, its innovativeness and relevance to the field will contribute to new knowledge. The applicant must briefly describe the research question(s) and the planned project, as well as describe how different theories and methods may inform the project’s development. The applicant must also describe which methods can be used to document the process and result.
The project must be an independent artistic work of a high standard, particularly as it relates to expression, coherence and communication of results. The candidate must demonstrate how the project can be completed in the designated time frame, i.e. 3 years full-time study, including ½ year of coursework.
The project must be placed academically at the institution and in a national and international context.
The candidate must consider whether there are any ethical questions related to the implementation of the project. If that is the case, the applicant must describe how these will be addressed.
Dissemination and progress plan
The applicant must describe how the artistic result will be made public, in terms of both time schedule and format. The applicant must also account for how the critical reflection will be communicated, in terms of both media and form.
Equipment and budget
The applicant must account for necessary equipment and infrastructure to complete the artistic research project.