Join our Resident Geographer, Matthew Beach, as he introduces current working processes.
Beach is researching the historical, material, and caring geographies rooted within its participatory art projects. Specifically, the medicinal garden and bat habitat projects — as embodied case studies of the growing interdisciplinary discourse around caring in a more-than-human world.
Matthew’s research will ask ‘What is the role of participatory art in the enactment of more-than-human caring relationships?’
This summer we will be hosting a series of Shared Lunch Talks where members and contributors of the Phytology team share the projects they have been working on this year. It is a great chance for us to informally discuss the research, ask questions and have lunch together.
The Phytology Shared Lunch evolved out of the team lunch, happening each Saturday from 1-2pm. Our shared lunch is open to all; we just ask people to bring a vegetarian dish to share.
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