Intercultual Exchange: Interventions and Intraventions of Practice Based Research
Adrienne Boulton-Funke, Rita L. Irwin, Natalie LeBlanc & Heidi May
In this chapter, we enact and explore an intercultural exchange among four individuals involved in a project designed to create an intervention in an art teacher education program. What became evident is how the intercultural exchange of practice-based research is an ontological approach to becoming inquirers. We argue that in our pursuit of becoming, intervention and intravention formed a contiguous and generative relationship that provoked intercultural exchanges about ontological processes in practice based research.
Ontology, Intervention, Intravention, Intercultural Exchange, Becoming
Top right image: Video still, Immobilite, by Mark Amerika, http://www.immobilite.com/film/