Category Archives: art

‘After Industry’ – art about humans and nature on show in Detroit, USA.

“As the Trump administration continues to shift public attention away from climate science, the Wasserman Projects gallery space in Detroit is putting on a topical group exhibition that explores humanity’s disregard for and attempts to master the natural world. After Industry, which

‘After Industry’ – art about humans and nature on show in Detroit, USA.

“As the Trump administration continues to shift public attention away from climate science, the Wasserman Projects gallery space in Detroit is putting on a topical group exhibition that explores humanity’s disregard for and attempts to master the natural world. After Industry, which

Metal at Edge Hill Station

Originally posted on These Days:
This interview is part of a study exploring community use of railway buildings. The final report will be available later this spring, published by ACoRP and the Rail Development Group. The study was led by Professor…

Metal at Edge Hill Station

Originally posted on These Days:
This interview is part of a study exploring community use of railway buildings. The final report will be available later this spring, published by ACoRP and the Rail Development Group. The study was led by Professor…

Signal Fire Arts – Unwalking the West

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US. My last meet up in Portland Oregon is with Ryan Pierce, co-founder of Signal Fire.  Signal Fire had run one of their ‘Unwalking the West’

Signal Fire Arts – Unwalking the West

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US. My last meet up in Portland Oregon is with Ryan Pierce, co-founder of Signal Fire.  Signal Fire had run one of their ‘Unwalking the West’

Portland Ecologists Unite!

I was invited to give a short presentation and meet up to talk with Portland Ecologists Unite in Portland Oregon, USA on 13th October 2106, as part of my WCMT Travel Fellowship looking at innovation in participation in public urban

Portland Ecologists Unite!

I was invited to give a short presentation and meet up to talk with Portland Ecologists Unite in Portland Oregon, USA on 13th October 2106, as part of my WCMT Travel Fellowship looking at innovation in participation in public urban

City Repair – intersection repair

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US ‘What makes a place great? Public places are the geographical glue that binds a community together. These spaces are friendly, secure, distinctive and well-integrated into

City Repair – intersection repair

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US ‘What makes a place great? Public places are the geographical glue that binds a community together. These spaces are friendly, secure, distinctive and well-integrated into

Houseguest – an artist residency in an urban park

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US Houseguest is a public art intervention at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, Oregon, USA. It is ‘an experiment in site-specificity, collaboration, and participatory public art

Houseguest – an artist residency in an urban park

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US Houseguest is a public art intervention at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, Oregon, USA. It is ‘an experiment in site-specificity, collaboration, and participatory public art

‘Hard’ Parks in Portland OR – Pioneer Courthouse Square

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US. Pioneer Courthouse Square is a one acre park in the centre of Downtown Portland, owned by the city and known as Portland’s ‘Living Room’. The

‘Hard’ Parks in Portland OR – Pioneer Courthouse Square

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US. Pioneer Courthouse Square is a one acre park in the centre of Downtown Portland, owned by the city and known as Portland’s ‘Living Room’. The