I gave this presentation on 16th November 2015 at Durham University’s Participatory Research Hub. The event aimed to explore what happens “when participatory research meets the creative sector”. My presentation introduces dot to dot active arts, features my recent paper A View Is Always Worth It: Social Practice in Rural North East England, then reflects upon a project I collaborated on with Stevie Ronnie in 2014 – northerngame.
I think it reveals a more idealistic aspect of my research and practice. The intention was to explore the subtleties of self-initiated grassroots socially engaged art. The beginnings of something. Curiosities.
Comments always welcome as usual.
Please click the picture or link below to go to the online presentation and please remember to click the “notes” option on the bottom right of the PowerPoint screen for my text.