This project began as part of a Visiting Fellow residency for the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) within the University of Minnesota, Funded by a Mellon Foundation Grant.
Professor Mary Modeen spoke with Professor Christine Baeumler, Head of the Art department, and Professor Jennifer Gunn, Director of IAS, and they quickly arrived at a series of three PhD/MFA symposia called "Ethics, Art, Advocacy and Decolonizing Place Based Research."
A group of 10 graduate researchers, a combination of PhDs/MFAs, with creative, material, cultural and performative practices from both Duncan of Jordanstone Collage of Art and Design, University of Dundee and University of Minnesota, formed a cohort of participants in these symposia, with Professor Baeumler and Professor Modeen as co-hosts.
In addition to the web-based platform hosted by IAS, a renewed research network, and the numerous informal connections made among participants, this book provides a space to further engage with the themes and conversations begun at the initial symposia.
If you are interested in purchasing the publication you can order a copy through PLaCE International by sending £25 (inc. VAT + P/P), along with your name and address, via Paypal.
Decolonising Place-Based Arts Research, 2021, Ed. Mary Modeen
This book is published by Duncan of Jordanstone Collage of Art and Design, University of Dundee, Dundee Scotland, in association with The Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, and Te Ipukarea Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, Aotearoa, NZ.