“Things Other People Know”
5 minutes present & 5 minutes dialogue
Tell very briefly what your research project is about, and show something from another researcher that is of relevance to your research task or project. After you have presented you will be expected to ask the first question or give the first response to the next presenter who follows your presentation. (The last presenter, will ask the first question for the first presenter.)
The five minutes will be sounded by a bell, so the timing will be kept. This is to make sure we each get a broadly equivalent opportunity. This is a challenging way to introduce ourselves, but it can also be fun, by using the five minutes creatively and inventively.
We will be formed into smaller working groups after lunch on Tuesday. A working group will comprise a mix from all three countries, and both doctoral researchers and researchers who also supervise doctoral research.
Working group meetings: “Sensing Sessions”
Within each working group, each participant leads a 50 minute session which is a process of shared sensing
The activities might entail looking at, listening to, touching, tasting, or making, playing with, reading aloud, performing in some way or some other form of encounter whereby the group is made aware of some process, material or existing knowledge-practice that is relevant to the session-leader’s practice.
Working group meetings: “Sharing Sessions”
Each working group is asked to make some form of sharing event or presentation on the Friday afternoon whereby something that has been of interest for the working group from its sensing sessions is shared with the full SAAR 2022 participant group.
There will be a booking system in the meeting room whereby participants can book a one-to-one session with the participants who are also PhD supervisors. Each one-to-one will last 35 minutes and there will be a 15-minute break.
The one-to-ones can be walking-conversations or can be structured as chat-over-a-coffee or in whatever way each duo would prefer to meet.
Food preparation collabs
This is the process of sharing aspects of food making together.
We will work it out together, and establish ways of working with our various food needs and wishes.
A draft proposal will be provided in advance so people can prepare kin advance to think about how they can best participate.
This will be posted in 1st July
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More information on this after site visit 29th June, will be posted in 1st July