Congratulations to Professor Maggie O'Neill who gave the Keynote at this fascinating conference recently from all your colleagues!
In turbulent geo-political, social and technological times attention to the role of im|mobilities is important. This is both true in relation to mobilities as a diverse area of academic enquiry, but also in terms of what it means to make art related to mobilities and movement. The exhibition includes many different approaches to the arts in mobilities research, including art as research method, art and illustration as methods of understanding research and communicating outcomes, and practice led research by artists. It is often in the combination of these approaches that we find new understandings and insights into the turbulent and problematic circumstances that lead to or are caused by im|mobilities.Read more