Tag Archives: Hayden Lorimer

Documentation of Art-Geography Talk @ Glasgow Sculpture Studios

As promised here is the documentation of the talk given by Kate Foster at GSS giving examples of collaborative creative work on environmental change from art and geography (happened on June 23, 2011). In the talk Kate Foster invites responces … Continue reading

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Kate Foster Talks “Changeable Places” at Glasgow Sculpture Studios

I want to bring to your attention a presentation by environmental artist Kate Foster at Glasgow Sculpture Studios that I, and fellow geographer Hayden Lorimer,  will be contributing to on Thursday 23 June 1-2 pm (UK time) as we would appreciate your … Continue reading

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Archiving Out-of-Doors

The recently aired BBC programme The Secrets of Scott’s Hut took a wide-ranging look at the now almost legendary attempt by Captain Scott to reach the South Pole in 1911. At its heart was the six-year project to preserve the remote wooden … Continue reading

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SymbioticA’s Adaption Program Showcases Art-Geography Collaborations

SymbioticA is an artistic laboratory dedicated to the research, learning, critique and hands-on engagement with the life sciences. Under the direction of Oron Catts, SymbioticA’s emphasis is on experiential practice. SymbioticA facilitates a thriving program of residencies, research, academic courses, … Continue reading

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Beyond the Academy: Research as Exhibition

I have recently been thinking through the exhibition as a research output while working on the production of Fashioning Feathers: Dead Birds, Millinery Crafts and the Plumage Trade an exhibition I  am co-curating (with Liz Gomez) in association with the Material Culture … Continue reading

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A Rough Guide to Non-Representational Theory

There is increasing interest in practice and performance in cultural geography. Attempts to move beyond issues of representation and re-focus cultural geographic concerns on performativity and bodily practices are linked to the inception of what Nigel Thrift describes as ‘non-representational … Continue reading

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Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning

Urban Explorers, Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning by Bradley L. Garrett is a video article that has just been released in the journal Geography Compass (Volume 4, Issue 10, pages 1448–1461, October 2010). Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery … Continue reading

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