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Other TitlesCumulus International Contemporary Art: working papers
AbstractFor this paper presentation, Dr Jones discussed the collaborative work of the artists Traci Kelly and Rhiannon Jones, (Kelly + Jones), 2015 to the present, 2017. Considering how do we re-do practice by resisting the expectations of language, it forms part of a subversive investigation into writing as a visceral encounter and as an excavation of self and site – a mode of human extension into the world. In connection with the REDO conference theme of "how do we REDO our design education, our design practice, and our design research so that our knowledge comes to have an actual effect on how we live, from the micro level of the domestic to the macro level of politics? How do we train our students to become DOers and to confront the challenges that face the world in terms of social inclusion, climate/environment, and economic growth? How do we impact our disciplines and beyond? The REDO biannual Cumulus 2017 conference in Kolding aimed to playfully inspire, challenge and develop the role, relevance and scope of design, art and media in a global world with sustainability for people, planet and profit in mind. The overall aim of the conference is to create lasting impact in design and design education and initiate (future) actions." Cumulus, 2017. "For several years in Cumulus (an international art and design organization) I worked with Rhiannon Jones as I chaired the Contemporary Art Workshop. At my invitation she consistently presented projects and led group discussions. Her engaging presentations promoted diversity in art and design at our group meetings in Sweden, Portugal, Italy, France, and Denmark. After my tenure as chair of this workshop/committee, I nominated Dr Rhiannon Jones as Cumulus Contemporary Art Working Group chair person in 2019 – present". Dr Ann Albritton, Art History - Contemporary Issues Ringling College of Art & Design Sarasota, FL
CitationJones, R. (2017). ‘REDO’ [Working Paper]'. Cumulus Contemporary Art Working Group at Cumulus Conference, 31 May, Design School Kolding, Denmark.
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