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MEANING IS MADE IN THE OVERLAP (OR THE LACK THEREOF)

NiP 2016, Saturday 5 November 2016

We are hosting a new NiP Symposium on Saturday 5 November 2016 at St. Luke's Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London, EC1V 8AJ.

This year’s theme:

We are exploring the dynamic relationships that develop between author(s) and audience(s) in a narrative and narrative environments context.

Each speaker has been invited to explore questions such as: What type of author are you? How does your role as an author change during different projects? On which level of co-authorship do you operate with your audience: non-existent, partial, co-everything? What qualities, challenges and/or values does shared authorship add to your work?

Our line-up so far includes:

Jamie Elliott (Jailmake)
Catherine Greig (make:good)
Ken Kirton (Hato)
Marta Monge
Dr Sarah Rhodes (Design for Social Innovation, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London)
Francesca Sarti (Arabeschi di Latte)
Victoria Rance

More details on speakers to follow soon.

What is Narrative in Practice all about?

What is narrative for you, in your practice? How can stories or story–telling be of use to a design process? Where do your narratives come from? Are they important to the success of your project? Within creative practice, ‘narrative’ is a subjective and illusive term, and has a wide variety of meanings. As curators we understand narrative to be a tool that creative individuals can use in their process and outcome. This one-day symposium brings together speakers from a diverse range of creative disciplines to contribute their ideas and views on what narrative means to them and how they use narrative in their work. Nip is curated by Despina Hadjilouca, Nina Honiball and Yukie Nagasawa.