The session will discuss the barriers to talking about care as an organising principle, as seen from the positions of individually situated agents, the normative conflicts that exist between them, and the possibility of creating new solidarities for world making.
Bex Mather is a singing performing musician, theatre maker and PhD researcher, with c.25 years’ experience as a facilitator and teacher including co-leading a BA in community music, and directing the North East youth music action zone whilst head of the youth and community programme at Sage Gateshead.
Michael-Jon Mizra is a creative practitioner and music facilitator for Brighter Sound, teaching music production, composition and live performance to youth groups. He is also a digital arts facilitator for Peshkar Productions, supporting young people to achieve their Arts Award.
Isabel Lima construes her role as an artist and that of the artwork as fundamentally linked to openness and vulnerability in a constant process of becoming. This process of becoming is relational and flexible in order to remain committed to place, context and lived experiences.
Elle Docx and Alan Lynn are PhD researchers in the Department of Art, Northumbria University.
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