I visited the Cumbria University staff show and was drawn to this work by the artistic partnership Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson. It captured a combination of the outdoors as art and art as research, showing a long-established mode of working combining the outdoors, art and research.
An article about the importance of walking a city to get to know it fully. A long read.
This is a post about French conceptual artist Salomé-Charlotte Camors. She uses art as research and says 'Research is fundamental in my work – probably more than technics because the meaning is the only thing that really matters to me and I have to transcribe this meaning in my work in an understandable way for the viewer.'
Exploring ideas from performance studies in relation to outdoor and experiential learning.
A round of applause please. For Italy in her hour of need.
For the past six months or so we’ve been working with the National Trust exploring how being connected with nature relates to pro-nature behaviours …Nature connectedness and noticing nature: Key components of a good life.