Futures: Mapping the Terrain of Creative Inquiry

Relocating Australian Communities at Risk: Strategies and Actions in Time (detail) Full image and details at https://relocatingausatrisk.com/

This exhibition presents ongoing research from the Australian National University School of Art & Design, spanning climate change, digital heritage, maternal health, and the emerging arts of metabolism and digestion.

Working increasingly in collaboration, across disciplines, and with institutional and community partners, the School’s researchers show how knowledge-making in art and design reaches out to engage with the critical concepts and practical potentials of a shared future.

Projects presented:

The Lactation After Loss Quilt
Project led by Associate Professor Katherine Carroll, Dr Debbie Noble-Carr, Lucy Irvine and Dr Rebecca Mayo

Beyond the Book
Project led by Professor Mitchell Whitelaw

Relocating Australian Communities at Risk
Project led by Dr Naomi Hay and ANU Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solutions

After Eating: Metabolizing the Arts
Project lead by Associate Professor Lindsay Kelley

The ‘Wonders’ that Basham Saw
Project led by Associate Professor Chaitanya Sambrani
 

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