The artist-researcher is at the intersection of theory and practice – breaking down barriers between and combining creative doing with reflexive being. Practice-as-research at its best is not just a combination of creative practice and theoretical research, but rather a practice that embodies research. As such, practice-as-research practitioners are often forward-looking auteurs, pioneers, inventors and influencers simultaneously artistic and scientific, systematic, and instinctive, and they know no boundaries. A selection of research projects undertaken by LASALLE staff during their service in the College is listed below.
Wong June Teck Daniel, (work with Ronald Lay (Doctor of Education (EdD), University of Western Australia))