Firstly, he, just like Tobias Rees, another hero I have met in the course of this series of talks, opposes the established protocols for "hard science" research, the narrow specialization of various disciplines, the mandatory distancing from research objects, their categorization, and an ethnographic approach to anthropology.
This position and the ideas and practices that have emerged as a result, have freed not only both scholars themselves but it has also greatly expanded their audience. Tim Ingold, a high-ranking academic, has long been the star of art forums rather than scientific conferences, and not because of the growing global demand for popular science, but because of the realization that contemporary artists are actually doing the same thing, as he is - anthropology.
Research as, a Labour of love . Vents Vīnbergs
About the British anthropologist, Tim Ingold’s work