Posthumanist Movement Art Pedagogy: Geolocative Awareness and Co-Figurative Agency With Mobile Learning

Karen Keifer-Boyd, Aaron D. Knochel, Ryan M. Patton, Robert W. Sweeny

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Abstract

Mobile learning from a posthumanist critical perspective is the co-figuration of learner with geolocative mobile devices that blurs boundaries of the networked body. In this study, four art education researchers explore geolocative co-figurative possibilities of mobile learning. The authors theorize co-figurative agency and heighten awareness of the importance of sociospatial relationships afforded by the current milieu of networked geolocative knowledge to arts pedagogy. Through analysis of case studies of art practice, a new theoretical concept called posthumanist movement art pedagogy is developed to investigate movement as a posthumanist art practice, enacting agency through mobile data co-figuration within spaces of geolocative awareness. Case studies concentrate on mobile new media art utilizing photography, gamification, Global Positioning System drawing, and data collection/broadcasting. Impacts on the field of art and education focus on movement as being co-figured with the body and geolocation data as sites for potential transformation, embodiment, play, and data-identity constructions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)22-38
Number of pages17
JournalStudies in Art Education
Volume59
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2 2018

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Education
  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts

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