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Whiting, M; Aberystwyth University
Languages: English
Types: Other
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Space Place Practice: a research station through which visual artists and multi-disciplinary researchers meet to engage with issues of space, place and site. Its dimensions are produced through interaction and critical discourse which act as points of departure for individual practice and collaborative projects. \ud \ud Together we challenge and explore the interstices between embodied practice and theoretical enquiry, and there is no hierarchical distinction between making, thinking, writing, and doing. Our expanded practice is expressed in image, word and action.\ud \ud The primary concern of Space Place Practice is practice-led research that examines the contested and problematic concept of ‘place’ and our attention is firmly focused on critical analysis within visual and textual (re)presentation of the experiential landscape. \ud \ud Through exploratory collaborative fieldwork projects and structured discussion/debate, members will be able to develop personal research practice as well as have the opportunity to explore cross-fertilisation of creative and performative strategies on both individual and collective levels.
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