Thematic tags: Transition

  • The diatom as a micro-space/organism will be at the heart of the project as a thinking-making trigger and to communicate beyond the project. Can we imagine a time when we take responsibility for the health of our water systems? What might an arts practice look like as a result of this speculative dialogue? (read more)
  • How might an engaging artwork help women to connect or understand our bodies and hormonal changes on a deeper level? This research is focussed on the human experience of mental health and hormonal changes for women and how this effects society as a whole. (read more)
  • What is the effect of contemporary laundry methods on our rivers and coastlines? What places and spaces within the city facilitate alternative forms of garment care? This project seeks to explore ways to live better with our clothing. (read more)
  • How we think about time - and use time to think with – matters. This ‘temporal imagination’ shapes our understanding of the world, how it might change and influences what we value. What would an educational approach to time look like? (read more)
  • What would be needed to live on Mars? (read more)
  • How do we negotiate the politics of environmentalism - which can draw on ideas of invasive vs indigenous - and the politics of migration? How and why does language matter in policy debates over environment and migration? (read more)
  • What causes us to experience temperatures differently? The impacts of climate change will be widespread but will not be felt equally. This research seeks to facilitate an exploration of human experience of rising temperatures. (read more)
  • With increasingly polarised narratives of migration – positioning migrants in opposing roles of victims or national security threats – how can we foster better narratives in order to shape better policies? This project focuses on the work of migrant artists in Bristol and the South West to explore new forms of migrant representation. (read more)
  • How can medieval churches tackle longstanding issues of uncertainty in contemporary rural life? This research aims to draw on the roles of heritage sites in local, national and transnational activities to help develop place-based responses to rural uncertainty. (read more)