Dr Richard Keating
How do I address concepts of Space, Place and Practice?
Sharing Space with many people, many species and sentient entities, I address concepts of Place, such as landscape, woodlands, rivers and shorelines as constantly changing interfaces between human and other-than-human.
The transversal practice is hopeful, participatory and collaborative, revealing and reconciling individual and group subjectivities together and with nature's agency.
The multi faceted practice emerges to suit context, becoming a collaborative research process, facilitating the co-creation of place by exploring and acting upon the role of an ethico-aesthetic paradigm to rebalance cultural and ecological systems.