Interdisciplinarity // bibliography

November 3, 2015

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I’m currently working on a University of Sheffield cross-faculty initiative, Achieve More, which seeks to bring together all Level 2 students in interdisciplinary groups to think about issues pertaining to the theme of 10bn (the number of people who, it is anticipated, will be living on this planet by the end of the century). During […]

Fostering creativity

June 6, 2012

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In a climate in which fear, one right answer, little acceptance for a variety of student products, extreme levels of competition, and many extrinsic rewards are predominant, it is difficult to foster high levels of creativity. Denise de Sonza Fleith

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awkwardness – a methodology

July 25, 2011

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I wanted to speak a little about the way in which we – with Nicolas Moulin – came together as a group of people (artists, architects, researchers from Manchester Metropolitan University, Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Sheffield, practitioners, students, city councillors…) and – in the context of 6 workshops and a symposium – began […]

collaborative practice

July 25, 2011

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When I look at a piece of art I see one thing, but you may see another and the artist may have intended for us to see yet another. If we discuss the art and come to a collaborative interpretation, is that interpretation worth more than my personal one? Will it be easy for us […]

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collaborative practice

July 25, 2011

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Deleuze – ‘mutations of connection and disconnection’… (Territorialisation, deterritorialisation, reterritorialisation) Don’t forget the disconnections… they’re just as important as the connections What could I contribute to this project? I feel overawed, too conscious of what I haven’t read, or studied, or understood. But if I think about what excites me intellectually, what I feel passionate […]

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errance, wandering, dérive

July 25, 2011

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This is from a website about Isabelle Hayeur… I kind of like the idea of the ‘non-space’ – the place that never was, a bit like the journey that was never made… Isabelle Hayeur Montreal-based artist Isabelle Hayeur documents wastelands, urban fringes, abandoned industrial sites and modified “natural” environments and then blends the images together […]

Working in unfamiliar territory

July 25, 2011

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Here is always somewhere else… In October 2005 (I think), Amanda and I went to Paris to meet artists interested in the project and gather information and ideas. I don’t know Paris well having only visited on a few previous occasions. Amanda knows the city very well but we had so much to fit in […]