Listen to more discussion on ‘The sensory landscape of the city’ featuring Dr Monica Degen, Dr Alex-Rhys Taylor and Dr Dan Silver on the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Thinking Allowed’.
AHRC Sensory Cities Network BARCELONA WORKSHOP REPORT 16th and 17th June 2016 Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona By Monica Degen, Astrid Swenson & Manuela Barz In this report we summarize the core findings from the 3rd international AHRC Sensory Cities Workshop in the city of Barcelona. The aim of the series of workshops is […]
How did the senses shape conservation in modern Europe? Or should we ask how did modern conservation shape our sensory perceptions? Just before our first AHRC workshop in London, I contributing a paper on these questions to a two-day conference on Curating Overflow, organised by the Heritage Academy and the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies […]
Back in Brexit Britain, our Barcelona workshop seems like a lifetime ago, but going through my notes to write our report, brings back a bit of the sense of hope expressed by participants in the final discussion. Part of it might have been due to the sensory high incited by city – it was impossible […]
Performance with participants Methods and aims