On Monday 23rd November between 1 – 3pm in room G202 we’ll be discussing Craig Adcock’s article Conversational Drift: Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. The article was written 1992 in conversation with the Harrisons – whose contributions are embedded in the text.
Whilst acting as a general introduction to the work of the Harrisons, the article shines a light on the role of metaphor and storytelling in the context of art and design practice and research.
In response to the provocation of human extinction the article asks, ‘Do we care? And if so, to what end do we care?’
Participants will be asked to reflect on the ‘metaphors’ that sustain their practice-based research and the ‘voices’ that constitute their articulation.
Everyone is welcome!
(Text introduced by Nicola Chambury.)