Thematic tags: Uncertainty

  • How would care receivers like to experience care in the future? What does it looks like? What is it's materiality? What emotions will it bring? “Bristol Carescapes” is a project about care futures in Bristol that compasses experiential, explorative and collaborative approaches to exploring and envisaging care futures. (read more)
  • In what ways can analysis of nocturnal human-environment entanglements of the River Erme reveal new insights about the contested futures of our rivers? With a focus upon after-dark as a temporal location this research will focus upon the cultural invisibility of the nocturnal lives of bodies of water. (read more)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • What are women’s concerns and questions when contemplating motherhood in the climate crisis? What methods are effective in facilitating non-judgemental dialogue between women who have made different reproduction choices? This project will use therapeutically-informed participatory theatre techniques to collaboratively explore concerns around reproductive decision-making for women in an era of unfolding climate crisis (read more)
  • To what extent can visual representations of living spaces offer an insight into the lived experiences and mental well-being of people in the HIV/AIDS community in the UK? This project will offer a forum where all members of society can re-engage with the HIV+ community. (read more)
  • Biospheres pose not only scientific questions (is a functioning biosphere possible? And what would it contain?), but significant humanities questions: Why has the idea of a biosphere captured imaginations of the future? Does it offer insight into present understandings of human-environment relations, and living with uncertainty?   (read more)
  • The project aimed at developing new methodologies in the study of urban learning, setting new research agendas and championing interdisciplinarity. (read more)
  • How can you design a project that incorporates humanities from the outset? Can ‘Blue Humanities’ refining or re-framing scientific research questions? This project looks to explore arts and science collaborations around the sea floor. (read more)