Exchanging ideas and articulating and reflecting on the processes of artistic work have in recent years started to become a key component of many postgraduate programmes offered in international arts education. But what do such programmes offer in practice? How are art and science affected when they encounter one another? What potential does a shift in focus from the end product to the processes of artistic work offer? Textual Bikini’s Kathleen Reinhardt translated texts by DasArts, Scott deLahunta, Efva Lilja, Anke Strauß and Erin Manning who were invited to use their theoretical knowledge and practical experience to consider how artistic processes and methods can be perceived, valued, used and critically examined for the UdK publication Research Environments.