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UNFILED work-in-progress salon with Alia Parker and Dr Kate Dunn

Parker, A. 2021, 'Scales of Repair' image: Alia Parker

UNFILED work-in-progress salon with Alia Parker and Dr Kate Dunn

Event dates

Tuesday, 7 December, 2021

Opening

7 December 2021 - 12:00pm

Event times

Friday December 7, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Research areas

UNFILED is a work-in-progress salon where a postgraduate or postdoctoral researcher and a staff member bring problems in their research — conceptual and/or practical — to be discussed and worked on in a collective and collegial setting. The speakers will discuss these issues in their research and then we open the ‘screen’ or floor to questions and debate.

ZOOM LINK:  https://unsw.zoom.us/j/85838271763?pwd=clE0RnZZdjBaSGptQlA1ZnQxbjRkQT09

Speakers:

Alia Parker (PhD candidate, Art & Design): Scales of Repair, or How to Share a Meal with Fungi.

Scales of Repair, or How to Share a Meal with Fungi is a series of bio-textile experiments that explore situated non-scalable design methodologies that question how we approach collaboration with non-human others.

Dr Kate Dunn (Built Environment): Collaborating across research fields and research methods.

UNFILED is hosted and run by Dr Lindsay Kelley (A&D) and Prof Anna Munster (A&D) and is now in its 7th year! If you are interested in presenting in the future, please contact us on: l.kelley@unsw.edu.au or a.munster@unsw.edu.au

 

People

Alia Parker, Dr Kate Dunn, Dr Lindsay Kelley and Prof Anna Munster