My Strange New World

In May 2020 I invited my household, my neighbours and some people I was in touch with online to contribute to a participatory mapping project called ‘My Strange New World”.

Deep and digital: creative participatory sessions with Maynooth University

In June I led two participatory creative sessions for Maynooth University. The plan had originally been for me to deliver them in person, but as this was not possible I suggested doing them online. I wasn’t sure how successful this approach would be, but together we discoverd that it is perfectly feasible to make and Read More…

Hidden waterways and daylighting

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I worked as a commissioned artist on this strand of the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded Towards hydrocitizenship. Connecting communities with and through interdependent multiple water issues (2014-2017). This project took an innovative and multidisciplinary approach to intergenerational arts-based research and my role was engage communities in creative conversations about water.

Making maps

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“I think that making maps was wonderful.” Our surroundings take on particular meanings through our repeated interactions within them, and I design and deliver informal map making processes to find out how people feel about their neighbourhoods and communities that they live in. Here are two examples of this work: one with children and the other Read More…