Bio-Hacking as Design Practice pop-up exhibition

Bio-Hacking as design practice

A pop-up exhibition in the White Building on Thur 9 Mar 2023  Mon 13 Mar 2023 presents the work of Sheffield Hallam University MA Design students working with Lab4Living researchers on the theme of BioHacking. It invites visitors on a speculative journey about the human’s future, challenging us to rethink and reinvent the interplay between humans, nature and technology. The […]

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Changing Places #2: change and the material fate of place, Wednesday, 27 April 2022

The Sheffield Hallam University Space & Place Group’s second interdisciplinary seminar on the theme of ‘changing places’, Changing Places #2: change and the material fate of place will be running 2-4pm on Wednesday, 27 April 2022. This online session will look at how (and why) people change places. Change of place, whether as regeneration, ruination, redevelopment or altered forms of use is […]

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Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Design4Health, Sheffield, UK, 4th – 6th September 2018

Proceedings of Design4Health2018

The proceedings of the 5th Design4Health conference have been published online at Design4Health. The 90 individual peer reviewed papers were published online in September 2018 and have now been brought together in two online volumes, edited by Lab4Living staff Kirsty Christer, Claire Craig and Dan Wolstenholme. The papers were presented at the 5th international conference, which was hosted once more by Lab4Living and […]

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Dr Eve Stirling, Dr Becky Shaw and Mel Levick-Parkin to present at the Advanced Visual Methods Summer School in Manchester – 28/29 September 2017

Composite banner image of Visual Methods Summer School (Manchester) and accompanying exhibition 'Process Made'

SHU staff members Dr Eve Stirling, Dr Becky Shaw and Mel Levick-Parkin will present at Advanced Visual Methods Summer School at Z Arts Manchester taking place between 28 and 29 September 2017. The summer school will provide practical and hands on experience of a range of visual methods that participants can apply or adapt to suit their own research. The […]

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Wednesday 05 April 2017 – Lunchtime seminar with Professor Deniz Hasirci (Izmir University, Turkey)

An image of a chair with the DATUMM logo

Title: Modern Furniture and Interiors – The DATUMM Project Speaker: Associate Professor Dr Deniz Hasirci (Izmir University, Turkey) DATUMM: Documenting and Archiving Turkish Modern Furniture is based on the history of modern furniture design in Turkey. The aim of this project is to highlight modern furniture designed and produced in Turkey in the modern periods that can be defined as […]

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Tuesday 17 November 2015 – Lunchtime seminar with Dr Eve Stirling (Design, SHU)

An image of tiny humans in a design model

Title: Ways of knowing Facebook: Influences of a practice-based approach on research on everyday digital life Speaker: Dr Eve Stirling (Design SHU) Practice-based research is the dominant research approach in Art and Design and the notion of making as a research approach is gaining attention in disciplines beyond art and design (through the encouragement of multi- and trans- disciplinary ways […]

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Visual Methods with Children and Young People – Academics and Visual Industries in Dialogue – Dr Eve Stirling (Eds)

Book cover of Visual Methods with Children and Young People - Academics and Visual Industries in Dialogue published by Palgrave Macmillan UK featuring a child looking into a camera

Visual Methods with Children and Young People – Academics and Visual Industries in Dialogue focuses on using visual research methods with children and young people. Featuring insights from academic experts and established professionals from visual industries, it explores a range of issues from visual ethics to children’s interaction with place. The collection touches upon key themes such as ethics in […]

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