Here and There

Here and There

Here and There: Retracing our Steps The labyrinth is an ancient symbol relating to wholeness and contemplation, and can be used as an opportunity to slow down, quieten the mind, to relax, to meditate, to pray, to solve problems or simply to enjoy a recreational...
Reclaiming Hong Kong

Reclaiming Hong Kong

Reclaiming Hong Kong: destiny, fate, and transdisciplinarity A B S T R A C T Working with the Kai Tak River Project, the Chinese University Hong Kong School of Architecture, and communities of East Kowloon, it became apparent that the ‘River’ is, in fact, an...
Life is a Journey

Life is a Journey

Life is a Journey Josie Gould   In a world of constant change and uncertainty, where there is no fixed narrative or self to find, how can we know who we are and what our place in the world is? My art practice is an ongoing exploration into what it is to be displaced,...
makeshift

makeshift

make-shift make-shift – devised and brokered by Paula Crutchlow and Helen Varley Jamieson www.make-shift.net On 20th June 2012, the networked[1] performance and discussion event make-shift was generously hosted by Mary and her guests at her home on Dartington Estate,...
Belonging and Worlding

Belonging and Worlding

Questions and expressions of belonging and worlding David Crouch, Professor of Cultural Geography, University of Derby   Abstract This article considers some of the complexities through which our feeling of belonging occurs. These are intimate moments in the swirl of...