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Jeroen Lutters

Lomography Images of a Vanishing World
This essay is about film photography (or ‘lomography,’ referring to a dreamlike state of old photo shoots). It is an exploration of the omnipresent creative energy in the universe. The subject of this essay is material nature, which, on a deeper level, is a creative stream, the basic structure of which science cannot (yet) identify but can possibly be portrayed by the arts.
Peter Greenaway A Demonstration of Research-Based Art
In examining research-based art as a method that uses research for the purpose of making art, Jeroen Lutters uses Peter Greenaway’s film The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989) as a case study. Here, we see both the artist as a researcher and art research as research-based art—an artist-researcher who creates an independent artistic composition by using at his own discretion the accepted results of research.