Wednesday 30 October 2019, 4.00PM to 7.00pm
Interactive workshop exploring links between artistic practice and research + trying out walking methods
Does your research involve people? or places? or people and places?
This first workshop in a series of three over the academic year, offers you the chance to try out ways of getting at more, or more varied or different data. Inspired by Sarah Pink's work on sensory ethnography, we will consider ways of noticing, recording and reflecting on information that sometimes escapes us, or that we take for granted.
The workshop is designed to be interactive and practical, as follows:
Suggested pre-reading: the brief introduction to Sarah Pink’s book Doing Sensory Ethnography: http://methods.sagepub.com/book/doing-sensory-ethnography/n1.xml
We have a very limited budget for the workshops, so please bring food/drink to share, or that meets your own needs for refreshment.
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Location: King’s Manor K/G33
Admission: All welcome: researchers, artists, others