Dr. Jonathan Eakle and doctoral student Erin Bailey (Curriculum and Instruction) published an article in Qualitative Inquiry entitled, “Playing Baroque Lines with Deleuze, Guattari, and Klee in an Art Museum.”
Per the abstract:
This article uses concepts and ontologies drawn from Deleuze and Guattari by assuming a complex of lines inspired by the paintings of Paul Klee in an art museum show. The post-qualitative approach is by way of Baroque mechanics and is comprised of three types of lines that convey the events: crack lines, break lines, and lines of escape (or leakage). An intent is to show how philosophies, art, and life merge with lines of animals, colors, and musical refrains during and beyond the Klee exhibition.