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BOOKS | Long Time, No See? Project Artist Books / Field Books

April 13, 2019

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Long Time, No See? is developed by an interdisciplinary team of artists, urban practitioners, designers and web developers. Because Long Time, No See? is a multi-platform work, a framework and an artwork, we have been able to work with it in quite innovative and experimental ways, encouraging others to use it as a starting point in their own […]

THOUGHTS| Pathways, art and development

August 28, 2017

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Several artist colleagues are participating in projects and residencies in developing countries. My conversations with them have triggered some thinking about the ethical and political role they play in charting futures and opportunities to transform poverty and social justice, environmental sustainability and socio-technical processes. At the STEPS Summer School (University of Sussex, UK), which I […]

WALK | Ways of walking, ways of learning

June 26, 2017

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In my initial post about my experience of the STEPS Summer School, I reflected on locational and embodied experiences. Questions of place and age seemed to weigh heavily as I regained my footing at home, returning to the pace of life and getting in step. This body in this place. One of the attractions of […]

SCHOOL | Orientation and orienting

May 29, 2017

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It’s important to start, rather than just play chicken with intentions, and this start, while tentative, endeavours to gather some threads and fragments. I arrive in Brighton in mid May to attend the STEPS Pathways to Sustainability Summer School at the University of Sussex. One of 40 or so other participants drawn from higher degree […]

EMERGE | Writing Infrastructure

June 10, 2015

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It’s taken a while to return to this site, to pick up some threads and write with them. Much has emerged from these projects, especially Fieldworking, and it is yet to settle. A new project is taking shape, triggered by thoughts and connections springing from the lines and mesh of Fieldworking, but also referring to […]

POST | The Legacy of Bernardi Secchi

December 17, 2014

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I am sharing this post from the Society and Space website. It explores the legacy of Bernardo Secchi and raises a couple of things I have never heard before. Apparently, he write considerably on the still fundamental issue of ‘comment vivre ensemble’ (how to live together), which strongly relates to the threads woven through Placing […]

FIELDWORKING | Epilogue

October 9, 2014

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PROLOGUE: Straight, Forward ASPLEY, AU: Along Little Cabbage Tree Creek CHRISTCHURCH, NZ: SCAPE 7 Public Art Biennial EPILOGUE —oOo— The encounters documented and described in Fieldworking tell us something about the tendencies, often invisible, that are respectively inflected in the rebuild of Christchurch and the lived experience of suburbia, something of the habitus or structured/ing […]