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.
I took advantage of the amazing weather last Friday and spent the afternoon by the sea using one of the Mobslab iPads to work on an in situ composition.read more
A small team from the mobilities.lab experiment (Jen Southern) and Edinburgh University (Chris Speed, Anais Moisy & Chris Barker) tracked, filmed and photographed the Uppies and Downies mass football game in Workington on Tuesday 7th April.read more
The mobslab experiment drone on its way to an artists residency in Lydney with Rebecca Birch from LICA.read more
During the Captured in Motion workshop last Friday two of us attempted to capture sensory information that is difficult to record with technology, things that are tactile or kinaesthetic, or smells that we pass through as we walk down a street.read more