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Dear colleagues

Sensing the City Masterclass - Counter-Mapping as a Method of Critical Inquiry in Climate Change ONLINE WORKSHOP 

2 DECEMBER 2021 (*EOI Due 31st October 2021)

Creative artists and urban theorists will team up to share practical projects and approaches and facilitate a series of interactive mapping activities for sensing the city. Participants will be exposed to methods that are experimental and diverse including: visual art practices, digital and gestural drawing, sound art and sonic practices, walking, creative movement, performance and installations in relation to emotion and affect; aesthetics and sensory engagement including smell, sight, sound; conflict, tension and congestion; activism and play of the more than human world.

All participants in the Masterclass will receive a reading pack and video playlist prepared by the masterclass team, including materials and prompts to enable people to creatively experiment with a range of counter-mapping techniques in their own location.

The Masterclass is facilitated by an interdisciplinary team of artists and researchers from RMIT University, Melbourne including: MFI (the Mapping Future Imaginaries research network), School of Education; Contemporary art and social transformation research group, School of Art; and Critical Urban Governance Research program, Centre for Urban Research.

If you are interested in participating in the Masterclass, please fill in the following form here  Due Date 31st October 2021