by Prof. Martin Warnke, Institute of Culture and Aesthetics of Digital Media
Measurements are more than simple operational steps. Measurements require theory, up to the point that the interpretation of a certain reading of a scale is the last step of a very complicated theoretical chain of arguments. My own history as a physicist as well as recent experiments e. g. at CERN illustrate this supposition.
Reading: “Know-how and No-How: stopgap notes on “method in visual art as knowledge production” by Sarat Maharaj (2009)