Category: (de)Bordering

  • In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Katharine Charsley, Professor of Migration Studies, and Savita Wilmott, CEO The Natural History Consortium , talk about acceptable images of migrants, about port cities, about problematic discourses and policy. (read more)
  • In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Tim Cole, Professor of History, and Peter Watts, Gardener at Royal Fort Gardens, talk about nettles, weeds and cultures of gardening. (read more)
  • In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Tim Cole, Professor of History, and Peter Watts, Gardener at Royal Fort Gardens, talk about landscapes of power, the history of Royal Fort, and how we navigate garden spaces. (read more)
  • In a conversation recorded with artists Charli Clark and Paul Hurley in summer 2021, Nariman Massoumi, Lecturer in Film and Television, talks about photographic representation, collaboration, institutional barriers, cultural specificities of gardening and environmentalism. (read more)
  • Artist Paul Hurley talks about the creation of the (de)bordering plots, on the inspiration of the structural design and on its potential habitation. (read more)
  • Field recording of the European Robin, a bird that resides in the UK and can be sedentary, or sometimes migrates from the UK to Southern Europe or to the UK from Scandinavia, continental Europe and Russia. Recording made by Lawrence Shove and held in the British Library. (read more)
  • Part 1: In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Katharine Charsley, Professor of Migration Studies, and Savita Wilmott, CEO The Natural History Consortium , talk migratory and flagship species and demonised categories of humans and nonhumans. Part 2: In a conversation recorded at the plot, in summer 2021, Katharine Charsley, Professor of… (read more)