Visualising Social Data: Transposition, Displacement and Recalibration in Marginalised Communities

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Working with grand challenges and marginalised groups, this research visualises engagement and knowledge interchange by designing innovative student-staff-industry ecosystems. Visualising local-global and global-local partnerships and projects as reparative/transformative, this project explores critical and relational methodologies to facilitate design innovation and cultural entrepreneurship. Recalibration of historical and contemporary data will develop new formats for recovery of meaning in post human identity formation. Local leadership cultures are sought to issue provocational encounters to real and representational futures. Translation of social data sets, through design ideation, will link qualitative input with quantitative technologies of representation to interrogate inter-implication using cultural probes and digital ethical frameworks.

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Supervisory team
Kim
Snepvangers

Art and Design
Art and Design
Arianne
Rourke

Art and Design
Art and Design
Branka
Spehar

Science
Psychology
k.snepvangers@unsw.edu.au

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