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The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline. (2020)
Book Chapter
FREMANTLE, C., DOUGLAS, A. and PRITCHARD, D. 2020. The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline. In Cartiere, C. and Tan, L. (eds.). The Routledge companion to art in the public realm. Abingdon: Routledge, chapter 28, pages 314-332. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429450471-28

This chapter complements a previous chapter, 'In the time of art with policy' from the same book. The three authors, Fremantle, Douglas and Pritchard, offer different disciplinary perspectives to this analysis of global environmental policy and the... Read More about The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline..

In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s. (2020)
Book Chapter
FREMANTLE, C., DOUGLAS, A. and PRITCHARD, D. 2020. In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s. In Cartiere, C. and Tan, L. (eds.). The Routledge companion to art in the public realm. Abingdon: Routledge, chapter 27, pages 300-314. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429450471-27

From around 1970, the artists Helen Mayer Harrison (1927-2018) and Newton Harrison (b. 1932), known as ‘the Harrisons,’ started to focus on ecology and ecological systems, influenced by amongst other things, Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring which had be... Read More about In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s..

The hope of something different: eco-centricity in art and education. (2020)
Journal Article
FREMANTLE, C. [2020]. The hope of something different: eco-centricity in art and education. The journal of public space [online], (accepted).

Educational theorist Gert Biesta proposes that we need to be “in the world without occupying the centre of the world.” (2017, p. 3). This injunction provides a frame with which to interrogate the hybrid practice of ecoart. This practice can be charac... Read More about The hope of something different: eco-centricity in art and education..

Writings between: vulnerability and resistance: the third and final part of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. (2020)
Digital Artefact
GAUSDEN, C. and CLARKE, J. 2020. Writings between: vulnerability and resistance: the third and final part of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. Posted on MAP magazine [online], 58(September 2020). Available from: https://mapmagazine.co.uk/writings-between-1

This is the third and final article in the Writings Between series of correspondence between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke. These letters cross formal and informal borders, ‘writings between’ us, and things, marking a moment that has forced us to r... Read More about Writings between: vulnerability and resistance: the third and final part of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality..

Writings between: bodies of knowledge: part two of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. (2020)
Digital Artefact
GAUSDEN, C. and CLARKE, J. 2020. Writings between: bodies of knowledge: part two of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. Posted on MAP magazine [online], 58(September 2020). Available from: https://mapmagazine.co.uk/writings-between

This is the second article in the Writings Between series of correspondence between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke. These letters cross formal and informal borders, ‘writings between’ us, and things, marking a moment that has forced us to rethink wh... Read More about Writings between: bodies of knowledge: part two of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality..

Writings between: taking time: part one of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. (2020)
Digital Artefact
GAUSDEN, C. and CLARKE, J. 2020. Writings between: taking time: part one of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality. Posted on MAP magazine [online], 58,(September 2020). Available from: https://mapmagazine.co....hosting-and-hospitality

In Spring, Caroline and Jen planned to produce and publish a short dialogue for an exhibition by artists Juliane Foronda, Kirsty Russell and Tako Taal, A Spoon is the Safest Vessel, hosted by the Look Again Project space in Aberdeen. Working with Car... Read More about Writings between: taking time: part one of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality..

Review of Natalie Loveless (ed.) "Knowings and knots: methodologies and ecologies in research-creation". (2020)
Journal Article
CLARKE, J. 2020. Review of Natalie Loveless (ed.) "Knowings and knots: methodologies and ecologies in research-creation". Journal for artistic research [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.22501/jarnet.0031

Knowings and Knots itself offers few detailed discussions of actual knots, save for Caroline Cambre's impeccable description of Inca khipu knots, which 'exist at the juncture of memory, language, visual signs, and tactile processes' and could 'be und... Read More about Review of Natalie Loveless (ed.) "Knowings and knots: methodologies and ecologies in research-creation"..

Bodies of archives / archival bodies: an introduction. (2020)
Journal Article
BATTAGLIA, B., CLARKE, J. and SIEGENTHALER, F. 2020. Bodies of archives/archival bodies: an introduction. Visual anthropology review [online], 36(1), pages 8-16. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/var.12203

Compared to other disciplines and despite its central role in research practices, the concept of the “archive” has received insufficient critical attention in anthropology until recently. Anthropologists working in collaboration with artists and cura... Read More about Bodies of archives / archival bodies: an introduction..

Demystifying interdisciplinary working (in Valuing Nature). (2020)
Report
BEAUMONT, N. (ed.) 2020. Demystifying interdisciplinary working (in Valuing Nature). Valuing Nature paper, VNP25. Valuing Nature [online]. Available from: https://valuing-nature....terdisciplinary-working

The Valuing Nature Programme has established extensive interdisciplinary partnerships with the aim of improving our understanding of the value of nature and the use of these values in decision making. Articulating the values of nature requires resear... Read More about Demystifying interdisciplinary working (in Valuing Nature)..

What features of a nutrition resource are important to adolescents of a low socioeconomic status? (2020)
Journal Article
SCOTT, H.C., CRADDOCK, C. and CRAIG, L.C.A. 2020. What features of a nutrition resource are important to adolescents of a low socioeconomic status? Public health nutrition [online], 23(10), pages 1716-1725. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/s1368980019004476

Objective: To identify the key features of a nutrition resource that are important to adolescents of a low socioeconomic status (SES). Design: Structured interviews were conducted to explore participants’ preferences relating to the features of a nut... Read More about What features of a nutrition resource are important to adolescents of a low socioeconomic status?.

Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan. (2020)
Book Chapter
CLARKE, J. 2020. Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan. In Schorch, P., Saxer, M. and Elders, M. (eds.) Exploring materiality and connectivity in anthropology and beyond. London: UCL Press [online], pages 172-190. Available from: https://doi.org/10.14324/111.9781787357488

On 11 March 2011, a ‘triple disaster’ (an earthquake – the strongest since records began – a subsequent tsunami, and a nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant) devastated the Tohoku region of north-east Japan. This singular yet predictable ev... Read More about Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan..

Reclaiming wetland values: marsh, mud and wonder. (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
Reclaiming wetland values: marsh, mud and wonder. Exhibition held 27 January - 2 February 2020, Royal Geographical Society, London.

The exhibition formed a key output of the Valuing Nature Programme (https://valuing-nature.net/) initiated by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)/UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). The aim of the 4-year Valuing Nature programme is, '…to i... Read More about Reclaiming wetland values: marsh, mud and wonder..

From of, to with, to and? Anti-disciplinary exhibition making with art and anthropology. (2019)
Book Chapter
CLARKE, J. 2020. From of, to with, to and? Anti-disciplinary exhibition making with art and anthropology. In Sansi, R. (ed.) The anthropologist as curator. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 8, pages 133-146. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003086819-8

As lines between 'social practice' in art and social research blur, anthropologists are increasingly taking on curatorial roles in contemporary art settings and/or employing artistic methodologies in exhibition-making. This chapter explores some dyna... Read More about From of, to with, to and? Anti-disciplinary exhibition making with art and anthropology..

An empirically grey area. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
CHALMERS, P. 2019. An empirically grey area. Solo exhibition, 16 November - 8 December 2019, Look Again Project Space, Aberdeen.

How can we approach making in the face of a threat from meaninglessness? Beyond a question of whether one should be making at all, Peter's work is centred around a question of what and how to make, and whether the act of making can in itself create m... Read More about An empirically grey area..

Valuing arts and arts research. (2019)
Report
SARATSI, E., ACOTT, T., ALLINSON, E., EDWARDS, D., FREMANTLE, C. and FISH, R. 2019. Valuing arts and arts research. Valuing nature paper, 22. UK: Valuing Nature [online]. Available from: https://valuing-nature....-arts-and-arts-research

Arts have a significant impact on the way we understand the world. It is widely accepted that arts are able to inspire people and direct attention to things that really matter; they help not only to understand how the material world affects us, but a... Read More about Valuing arts and arts research..

A funeral march for economic valuation. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
FREMANTLE, C. 2019. A funeral march for economic valuation. Presented at 2019 Valuing nature annual conference, 28-29 October 2019, London, UK.

This presentation will explore the various ways that we can think about ecosystems that are degraded or dying and how this relates to questions of economic valuation – what does it mean to attribute a monetary value to the Great Barrier Reef, apparen... Read More about A funeral march for economic valuation..

Edward Allington: things unsaid. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Edward Allington: things unsaid. Exhibition held on 25 October 2019 - 23 February 2020, Henry Moore Institute and the Upper Sculpture Study Gallery at Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds.

Seeking new ways of 'moving and matching the complexity of the world', Edward Allington (1951-2017) was part of a generation of artists responding to changing aesthetic, social and cultural values at the end of the 1970s. A sculptor, writer and educa... Read More about Edward Allington: things unsaid..

Disciplinarity and peripheries. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
FREMANTLE, C. 2019. Disciplinarity and peripheries. Presented at the 2nd Gray's research conference 2019: the periphery, 5 October 2019, Aberdeen, UK.

By analogy disciplines are a form of ‘centre’ and work across disciplines involves focusing on edges. Some people conceptualise disciplines to have ‘near’ and ‘far’ relations i.e. visual art is ‘near’ art history and ‘far’ from environmental modellin... Read More about Disciplinarity and peripheries..

Notes on a periphery. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Notes on a periphery. Exhibition held 4-18 October 2019, Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen.

An exhibition of recent photography and video work by four artists: Anne Campbell, Sapphire Goss, Lottie Davies and Eugene Schlumberger. Whilst peripheral regions have loomed large in traditional histories of art made in the British group of nations,... Read More about Notes on a periphery..

The art of life adapting: drawing and healing. (2019)
Journal Article
FREMANTLE, C. 2020. The art of life adapting: drawing and healing. Leonardo [online], 53(1), pages 83-84. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1162/leon_a_01833

The author, a practice-led researcher and cultural producer, draws on his own experience of cancer treatment and his use of art as a way to make aspects visible. He relates this to the larger intersubjective and social questions of cancer as an overw... Read More about The art of life adapting: drawing and healing..