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Scholar at Lund university, Sweden. She has degrees and experience as practitioner and researcher in architecture, urban planning and industrial design. Abstract Our aim in this article is to discuss the potential of different types of communication of art and design research. In order to do this we will first challenge the myth that there are subject--specific output formats, or in other words, the idea that exhibitions are particularly suited for the communication of art and design researchdoi:10.1386/adch.12.1.7_1 fatcat:noju77vaxfh4jkbntf5g4hjffu