Outcome

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Research by practice appears to be a contradiction in terms, as does ‘experimental theory’, but if the definition of experimental is that the outcome cannot be predicted in advance, then strategies to make use of experimental processes can yield results that may otherwise not have been reached. There is a tension between wanting to control, predict and compose the outcome of a project, and allowing risky elements to grow and be discovered throughout the experimental process. –  Harris, 2005

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