The group investigates the potential of socially engaged and performative creative practices to influence cultural perceptions, embodied meanings and social practices of sustainable development and cultural value. Trans-disciplinary creative practice-led research approaches extending from design, art and performance are fostered in the group to explore ways of testing and understanding social and ecological contexts. The group’s research manifests pilot demonstration projects in areas including mobility, food, social participation, public pedagogy and situated interventions activating potential for cultural change.
- Mick Douglas
- Mr Campbell Drake (PhD Candidate)
- Ms Amaara Raheem (PhD Candidate)
- Ms Katrina Church (PhD Candidate)
- Ms Roseanne Louise Bartley (PhD Candidate)
- Ms Saskia Alison Schut (PhD Candidate)