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Curating Inclusive Cities through Food and Art
Version 1 : Received: 28 June 2018 / Approved: 4 July 2018 / Online: 4 July 2018 (08:15:28 CEST)
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Hulbert, T.W. Curating Inclusive Cities through Food and Art. Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2018, 2, 44. Hulbert, T.W. Curating Inclusive Cities through Food and Art. Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2018, 2, 44.
Flavours of Glenroy (2013-4) was a socially engaged art research project focused on developing strategies to connect the diverse, mobile and transforming community of Glenroy through the theme of growing and distributing edible plants. The project was action research based, where artist researchers used creatively imagined mobile edible gardens to connect and engage with locals through project presentation and execution. The process of producing, presenting and conversing about edible gardening revealed Glenroy to be a transnational Australian dream suburb, reflecting the fluid globalising conditions of our cities. The project emphasized how social relations encouraged through art, has the capacity to transform social spaces, providing a platform to introduce new voices and narratives of a community and encourage inclusive participation in sustainable citizenship.
curating; socially engaged art; urban; public art; contemporary art; edible gardening
ARTS & HUMANITIES, Theory of Art
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