The Binks Hub launch exhibition

Jimmy Turner (Curator), Autumn Roesch-Marsh (Curator), Emma Davidson (Curator), Marisa De Andrade (Curator), Rhiannon Bull (Curator), Gareth Williams (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract / Description of output

To launch the Binks Hub an exhibition was curated at Dovecot Studios (Edinburgh) which drew together research-derived artworks from our team, our collaborators, and our colleagues from the University of Edinburgh. Artworks from the following projects were exhibited:
Lifelines: exploring the micro-ethics of through design processes
The City Turned Upside Down: homelessness during the Covid-19 pandemic
Poetry Helps: working with the Scottish Poetry Library on how poetry can support and celebrate social workers
Navigating Digital Welfare: navigating social security in an increasingly digital world
Everyday Heroes: investigating gender equality and gender-based violence
Na Manha: a dance performance exploring masculinity
eNurture: how care-experienced young people use social media, and how this impacts their mental health
Critical Focus: a film and inquiry into the ‘backstage’ work of a visual art gallery
At the Back of the Waldorf Astoria, Shanghai: a poem by Richard Andrews

There was also a performance from Scottish Opera of 'Breath Cycle', from their project with Gareth Williams, and artists such as Fiona Hutchison (Tapestry) and Sarah Collins (Ceramics) ran sessions where attendees could try their hands at making art with us.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputMultimedia
Publication statusPublished - 23 May 2022

Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • Binks Hub
  • creative methods
  • health inequalities and wellbeing
  • connected communities
  • community researchers
  • curation-as-method
  • poetry

Type (for Non-textual outputs)

  • Art
  • Ceramics
  • Film
  • Music
  • Opera
  • Photograph
  • Video art
  • Dance

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