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What Lawrence’s Story Tells Health Researchers About Arts-Based Interactions
AMA Journal of Ethics, July 2022
In arts-based-research, knowledge and meaning emerge from people's experiences of being in dynamic, ambiguous, intentional, and ethical relationships with each other and the arts. This case study draws on Launer's "7 C's" (context, conversations, curiosity, complexity, challenge, caution, and care) to understand the aesthetics (shape and form) and ethics of relationships between an artist-researcher and patient-sitter in portraiture-based medical research. This case supports the 7 C's being embodied in the art-making process, as the approach can usefully frame ethical challenges and rewards of portraiture-based health research for artist-researcher and patient-participant.
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