Cemore collaborates with Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts on a Mobilities and Art research focus. Our researchers, visiting fellows and post-doctoral scholars do interdisciplinary practice-based research at the intersection of art and mobilities and engage in walking seminars, workshops, symposia and exhibitions.
We have five key approaches to this field:
Through socially engaged, participatory and digital art we aim to engage with how sensory mobilities, practical making, exploration and navigation contribute to shaping the field. The scope of our research is broad, encompassing everyday mobilities, socio-technical encounters with mobile technologies, virtual mobilities and game spaces, locative media, migration, health and wellbeing, and environmental change.
Through the Art & Mobilities network we seek to develop connections to other researchers and organisations in order to develop research into the histories of mobilities in art practice, theories of mobile art, mobile research methods, aesthetics of mobility, and the contribution that art can make to mobility and social change.
We also support art and mobilities practice through mobilities.lab equipment loans for research and exhibitions.
2018 Art and Mobilities Network Symposium
2017 Mobile Utopia Exhibition
2017 Deep Mapping the Duddon Valley
2016 Situated Composition Workshop
2016 Echoes and Reflections
2015 Making Mobilities
2015 Where the Sky Widens
2013 Mobility Futures Exhibition
2014-2016 Sam Thulin
Emily Trowell, Katie Usher, Georgina Watson