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Foodscapes: Thinking about food relationally Liz Dinnie et. al. Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences Group James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, UK

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1 Foodscapes: Thinking about food relationally Liz Dinnie et. al. Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences Group James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, UK

2 An introduction to Using art & creativity to engage Talking sustainability, justice, community through food Politicising everyday practices around buying, cooking & eating

3 Appetising conversations … Food practices Volunteering Focus groups Interviews Growing

4 Our Event Co-designed with artists, participants and researchers Participatory Juxtaposed food practices and materials through baking, plucking, growing Disrupting everyday experiences Blurring boundaries between art, research and taken-for- granted assumptions around food

5 Key Outcomes Enacting ecological citizenship Material and performative engagement Exhibition space as temporary autonomous zone

6 Challenging food cultures What did you eat today? Research through creative exchange Generated altered perspectives on food growing and food aid Ethnographic fieldwork With food lifestyles, art and food lives Multiple forms of engagement

7 Conclusions


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