Sheffield’s No Bounds Festival highlights the role art can play in place-making

No Bounds

Between 14-16 October, artist-researchers from CCRI exhibited at No Bounds Festival of electronic music, contemporary art and new technology across two sites curated by Innovation Manager, Amy Carter Gordon. Moore Street substation hosted Noémie Soula, Lab4Living, presenting Mythical Living Data ‘a striking audio-visual piece’ to two hugely oversubscribed sold-out days of tours in the working electrical substation. Sheffield and District […]

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No Bounds Festival – Hallam’s collaboration set to spark conversation

No Bounds

An exciting, barrier-breaking cultural festival is coming to Sheffield this October – and we’re thrilled to announce that staff and academics from the Culture & Creativity Research Institute have been involved in key exhibitions. What to expect from the festival? If you come to the festival, you’ll have an opportunity to see the city from new and different perspectives and a rare […]

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World-leading impact for SHU’s art, design and media research in REF2021

REF2021 results

The recent REF2021 results confirm the benefits to society, culture and health of practice-based art, design and media research at Sheffield Hallam University. REF has rated the Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADMRC) and Lab4Living as 100% World-leading or Internationally excellent for impact. The ADMRC and Lab4Living have a well-established track record for practice-based research which is reflected in […]

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Professor Lise Autogena in panel discussion ‘Talking About Resource Use: Promoting Public Dialogue through Film & Research’

Professor Lise Autogena will participate in a panel discussion about resource use in Greenland and how film and research can add new perspectives to the public dialogue. The event has been organised by ARCTIC HUB as part of Nuuk International Film Festival. Following a special screening of Paninnguaq Lind Jensen and David Heilmann Ottossens film ‘White Paper’, the discussion will […]

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Professor Lise Autogena will speak at the ‘GREENLAND – DENMARK 1721-2021 Conference’ organised by Aalborg University, 9-11 June 2021

Professor Lise Autogena will speak at the ‘GREENLAND – DENMARK 1721-2021 Conference’ as part of the panel: ‘Denmark-Greenland mining after(lifes) and legacies’ organised by Aalborg University, 9-11 June 2021.   Community-based Research and the ‘afterlife’ of the Kuannersuit/Kvanefjeld Mine In the context of the possible ‘afterlife’ of the Kuannersuit/Kvanefjeld mine and a national election that suggests new approaches to development in […]

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Foghorn Requiem Performance

Professor Lise Autogena’s Foghorn Requiem Performance Featured on BBC Radio 4   Professor Lise Autogena’s performance Foghorn Requiem was featured on BBC Radio 4. Life, Death and The Foghorn is presented by Jennifer Lucy Allan and produced by Jack Howson for the BBC “What happened to the foghorn, those beloved giants of our coastal landscape and soundscape? There used to be more than 100 […]

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Transmission: Lise Autogena and Jack Tan – Tuesday 28 January 2020

2020 TRANSMISSION AUTOGENA Lise - Jack Tan - Dog

TRANSMISSION 2020 Keywords are words or concepts of significance. Sometimes they are used as shortcuts to interpretation or expectation. Words (and concepts) have multiple and often contradictory meanings. They are not fixed, and there may be a struggle over their definitions. They change and flow or are blocked and fought over. They are employed, weaponised, or otherwise. This year Transmission […]

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‘Decolonising the Nuclear’ – Professor Lise Autogena presents at Goldsmiths University public lecture and workshop on 22-23 October 2019

Professor Lise Autogena will be presenting at Decolonising the Nuclear, a public lecture and workshop taking place at Goldsmiths University of London next month. The event, following on from the Nuclear Culture Research Symposium which took place in autumn 2018 is organised by the Nuclear Culture Research Group and supported by supported by the CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership, Critical Ecologies Research Stream, and Mountain of Art […]

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