In November 2010 I attended a 5 day research seminar based at Dundee Contemporary Arts: Working creatively with sound and image: a collaborative interdisciplinary learning workshop for researchers. This seminar formed part of the experimental research network
that Im part of, and followed on from an earlier week at the University of Edinburgh [see-hear-make-do] which was much more discussion driven. The purpose of both events was to explore audio and visual research methodologies.
The DCA seminar was practice-based, with, every day, participants working on projects related to the environment we found ourselves in, collaborating with other participants, experimenting and trying out new ways of working, meeting later to show, reflect and discuss the work which was made. The city, and its history, became a jumping off point for our explorations.
Some of the entries in this experimental geographies section relate to the work and discussions made during that week (such as the video [a]bridged - click on the photo opposite), and form part of a Creative Practices in Research Primer created in the aftermath of the seminar.
A discussion about this piece can be found here