Drawing on projects and studies from northern countries, Relate North: Culture, Community and Communication explores contemporary practices in arts-based research and knowledge exchange in the fields of art and design. This anthology contains contributions from Canada, England, Finland, Norway, Russia and Scotland.
The interrelated themes of ‘culture’, ‘community’ and ‘communication’
formed the basis of the call that was issued to researchers, artists
and designers. The chapters and visual essays in the book interpret the
terms ‘arts’ and ‘design’ broadly to include, for example, crafts,
indigenous making, media and product design. Aspects of culture and
community are explored through the lens of contemporary arts and design.
The contributing authors provide thought-provoking accounts of current
practice in art, design and education.
Relate North brings together the work of leading scholars to explore
issues of contemporary art, design, and arts-based research. The book
will be of interest to a wide audience including, for example,
practice-based researchers, artists, designers, anthropologists,
geographers and social scientists in addition to those with a general
interest in Northern and Arctic issues.
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Timo Jokela & Glen Coutts
Re-visioning “North” as an ecosophical context for creative practices
Annamari Manninen & Mirja Hiltunen
Dealing with complexity – Pupils’ representations of place in the era of Arctic urbanization
Kathryn A. Burnett
Place apart: Scotland’s north as a cultural industry of margins
Irina V. Zemtsova & Valery Sharapov
“Tradition that does not exist”: Wood painting of Komi-ziryans
Essi Kuure, Heidi Pietarinen & Hannu Vanhanen
Experimenting with arctic social phenomena. A multicultural workshop model
Designing for Nova Scotia Gaelic cultural revitalization: Collaborating, designing & transmitting cultural meaning
Anne Bevan & Jane Downes
Wilder Being: Destruction and creation in the littoral zone
A Tundra Project: Melting ice as an artistic material