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Susan Brind, Jim Harold, Yiorgos Hadjichristou, Duncan Higgins, Linda Lien, Shauna McMullan, Johan Sandborg & Ana Souto

Fluid territories – nomadic on-line dialogue

Inter-Disciplinary | Scotland | Norway | Cyprus | United Kingdom

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About the Performance:

Fluid territories – nomadic on-line dialogue/ Online (bufferfringe.org/live) by Creative Centre for Fluid Territories
Thursday, 3rd December, 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, 5th December, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, 6th December, 2.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m.

 

Fluid territories – nomadic on-line dialogue

 

Fluid territories – nomadic on-line dialogue is a creative exchange, between internationally dispersed contributors within a dedicated web portal in the public domain.

Eight members of the Creative Centre for Fluid Territories (CCFT), with invited other voices –practitioners, educators and cultural thinkers – will share ideas to generate a ‘nomadic on-line dialogue’ about ‘place’, ‘displacement’ and ‘distance’. This virtual meeting point will provide space for the transmission of ideas and knowledge, and for the process of interaction to be captured. The ‘live’ space will accumulate, create, document and share ideas, producing an evolving, inter-woven, multi-disciplinary collaborative series of works.

The process is being captured and published on a dedicated web portal, available to view at:
https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/976547/976548

CCFT includes: Susan Brind & Jim Harold (Artists, Glasgow School of Art), Yiorgos Hadjichristou (Architect, University of Nicosia), Duncan Higgins (Artist, Nottingham Trent University and University of Bergen), Linda Lien (Designer, Norway), Shauna McMullan (Artist, Glasgow School of Art), Johan Sandborg (Artist, University of Bergen), Ana Souto (Architectural Historian, Nottingham Trent University).

 

 

 

About the Process:

Fluid territories – nomadic on-line dialogue is a creative exchange between internationally dispersed contributors within a dedicated web portal in the public domain. Eight members of the Creative Centre for Fluid Territories (CCFT), with invited other voices –practitioners, educators and cultural thinkers – will share ideas to generate a nomadic on-line dialogue’ about ‘place’, ‘displacement’ and ‘distance’.  This virtual meeting point will provide space for the transmission of ideas and knowledge, and for the process of interaction to be captured. The ‘live’ space will accumulate, create, document and share ideas, producing an evolving, inter-woven, multi-disciplinary collaborative series of works. CCFT’s nomadic on-line dialogue follows on from their previous activities, including the recent publications, ‘Fluid Territories’ (2020), ‘The Urban Glenti’ (Buffer Fringe, 2019), ‘Telavåg–Bergen’, Norway (2018), ‘Timeless Encounters : Place of Barley’, Ayios Sozomenos (2018), and ‘CCFT Colloquium:  People–Places–Processes’, Nicosia (2016).

Creative Team:

Susan Brind & Jim Harold (Artists, Glasgow School of Art), Yiorgos Hadjichristou (Architect, University of Nicosia), Duncan Higgins (Artist, Nottingham Trent University and University of Bergen), Linda Lien (Designer, Norway), Shauna McMullan (Artist, Glasgow School of Art), Johan Sandborg (Artist, University of Bergen), Ana Souto (Architectural Historian, Nottingham Trent University).

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