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Collaging to find river connections and stimulate new meanings

Daphne Giannoulatou Orcid Logo, Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley, Asha Sahni, Sayali K Pawar, James White, Julia Lockheart Orcid Logo, Nina Baranduin, Doryn Herbst, Ben Whittaker, Stephen J Thackeray, Robert Shooter, Judy Darley, Merryn Thomas

cultural geographies, Start page: 147447402211364

Swansea University Authors: Daphne Giannoulatou Orcid Logo, Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley, James White, Ben Whittaker, Merryn Thomas

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This article contributes to work in creative geographies through the lens of river spaces and a multimodal practice among an ensemble of artists/poets/scientists. The collaboration created two collage series with both planned and unplanned visual, textual, and audio-visual media. Orchestrated in a t...

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Published in: cultural geographies
ISSN: 1474-4740 1477-0881
Published: SAGE Publications 2022
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa62062
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Abstract: This article contributes to work in creative geographies through the lens of river spaces and a multimodal practice among an ensemble of artists/poets/scientists. The collaboration created two collage series with both planned and unplanned visual, textual, and audio-visual media. Orchestrated in a time of global pandemic, learnings from the ensemble’s online creative practice are shared and discussed, including: the methodological possibilities of online collaboration and the Internet’s ability to facilitate distanced and sustained co-creation, as well as the potential of collage and poetry to reimagine relationships with rivers.
Keywords: collaboration, collage, creative practice, geopoetics, haiku
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Funders: This work was possible thanks to funding from the Welsh Government, European Regional Development Fund, and Swansea University under Project Number 80761-SU-140 (West).
Start Page: 147447402211364