Second update in a day – the fun train never stops! The abstracts for the Spaces of (Dis)location conference have been published and collected here. Here’s ours!

Simon Bradley and Phil Legard

Located Memory and the Realisation of Place

Simon Bradley and Phil Legard discuss their continuing work on location-based public events chiefly concerned with personal responses to place. They explore how their methods enable the development of public events that allow for a distributed construction of meaning that is shared between artist and attendee. Arising from these concerns Simon and Phil’s current work considers strategies involving fragmented narratives, embodied narratives and locative media for the creative delivery of oral history within a philosophy that assumes the codependence of memory and place.