12 Mile Bay Research-Creation Residency

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TPI
Making pulp
Wet paper
Making Paper
Hand-made Paper
Hand-made Paper
Reading Barad
Swimming
Canoeing
Rodent Skull
O'Donnell Point

Artists and Researchers spell out TPI on the dock

Making pulp

Paper pulp

Dr. Springgay's paper making workshop.

Hand-made Paper

Hand-made Paper

Reading Barad

Cooling off after a heated discussion about post-humanism.

Canoeing

Rodent Skull

Practising Deleuze and Guattari's "Deterritorialization" on O'Donnell Point

In Summer 2013, researchers from the Pedagogical Impulse sojourned on 12 Mile Bay, Georgian Bay for several days to explore notions of post-humanism and research-creation through textual analysis and art making. During the event, researchers spent mornings conducting close readings of texts that focused on post-humanism, new materialism and queer ecologies. Each afternoon, participants explored the readings further through research-creation engaging in artistic practices including papermaking, collective cooking, and filmmaking as ecologies of co-composition. The event highlighted the importance of slowness, newness, affect, and the intra-personal in educational discourse and art making.



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