The mobilities lab supports the development of mobile, creative and inventive research methods, through workshops, projects, seminars and our equipment loan facility. We publish our experiments with mobile methods on this website, as we grapple with how to research the often fleeting, messy, ephemeral, temporal, sensory, static, stuck, interrupted and ongoing nature of mobilities.
For three weeks (5 – 26 June 2016) I took part in the Chant des pistes / Songlines artist residency on the Magdalen Islands archipelago in Quebec, Canada.read more
The Bridge Project, funded under the EU FP7 Security Theme, is one amongst several international efforts to support professionals and volunteers in mobilising information and resources for disaster response.read more
The Mobilities Lab Equipment Launch last Wednesday (21 Oct 2015) was a huge success, with a great turn-out of researchers interested in a diverse range of mobilities and mobile methods.read more
We have state of the art equipment for mobile research and would like to invite you to use it. This event will showcase opportunities and explain the practicalities of how you can get your hands on the equipment.read more
Using a GoPro camera with dog-harness to film Ted, his handler, and a fake casualty during a training session with Langdale/Ambleside Mountain Rescue team.read more
In this video Adam Fish expertly pilots the Mobilities Lab drone over a Data Centre on an old NATO base in Iceland.read more