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Inquiring into Red/Red Inquiring
AbstractThis layered account of an inquiry into ‘red’ emerged out of a collective biography workshop. In the middle of the Wiltshire countryside, an international and interdisciplinary group of scholars gathered together to write and make other things and marks on paper that asked questions of, and into, the spaces between words, people, things and their environments. We did not set out to workshop or write into or paint ‘red’ but, rather, it was red that slipped in, uninvited, and painted and wrote us. Red arose as a blush or a stain seeping amongst us that became referenced obliquely by material objects, metaphors and fairytales. The stain spread, became noticeable through our weekend together and beyond it, creating another (bright red artery) vein of connection to write with.
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Gale, K.; Gallant, M.; Gannon, S.; Kirkpatrick, D.; Malthouse, M.; Percy, M.; Perrier, M.; Porter, S.; Rippin, A.; Sakellariadis, A.; Speedy, J.; Wyatt, J.; Wyatt, T. Inquiring into Red/Red Inquiring. Humanities 2013, 2, 253-277.View more citation formats
Gale K, Gallant M, Gannon S, Kirkpatrick D, Malthouse M, Percy M, Perrier M, Porter S, Rippin A, Sakellariadis A, Speedy J, Wyatt J, Wyatt T. Inquiring into Red/Red Inquiring. Humanities. 2013; 2(2):253-277.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gale, Ken; Gallant, Mike; Gannon, Susanne; Kirkpatrick, Davina; Malthouse, Marina; Percy, McClain; Perrier, Maud; Porter, Sue; Rippin, Ann; Sakellariadis, Artemi; Speedy, Jane; Wyatt, Jonathan; Wyatt, Tess. 2013. "Inquiring into Red/Red Inquiring." Humanities 2, no. 2: 253-277.
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