Authors: Karen Kinslow*, University of Kentucky
Topics: Human-Environment Geography, Qualitative Methods, Geographic Thought
Keywords: art-science, ethnographic methods, socioecological research, stream restoration, video experimentation
Session Type: Virtual Paper
Start / End Time: 4:40 PM / 5:55 PM
Room: Virtual 12
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Drawing on Ross Gibson’s work on practice-led research, I experiment with the use of video in socioecological research through a pair of field sites in central Kentucky USA. I discuss artist-researcher observations made with video as these two stream restoration projects unfold and highlight my process. Video, I find, can be both medium and method; it can be datum as well as artwerk. Through my experiences, I also probe into the affective ecologies and atmospheres in the two riparian environments. These inquiries provide insights into ecological encounter and the art/science nexus at the locus of video experimentation and restoration.