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AbstractThis panel will discuss the impact that mobile projects have on cultural, social and political discourse and notions of placemaking (Courage, 2017) or place shaping for cities. It is an opportunity for reflection on the ambitions and lessons learnt for S.H.E.D as a literal and metaphorical vehicle for the design of dialogue. Professor Alex Nunn will describe the way in which intersectional inequalities are produced and reproduced across space and time and explore the ways in which these dynamics might shape the way that we collect and analyse data about inequality. Dr Rhiannon Jones will focus her input on the impact that artistic practice has on engaging or engineering alternative sites for social, creative and cultural engagement. Dr Victoria Barker will draw on her research into the creation of cultural ecosystems and how the interdisciplinary nature of artistic practice. And her focus on how cities as a site for cultural policy and dialogue. Together they will reflect on how their individual areas of research weave together through their collaboration on the interdisciplinary project S.H.E.D.
CitationBarker, V., Courage, C., Jones, R., Nunn, A. (2019). 'S.H.E.D' [Panel]. InDialogue Symposium, Derby Theatre. 19 November.
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