Vulture: A Wake

Vulture: A Wake

A collaborative research lab into the textures of our troubled times 5-9 September • Dartington Hall This page will be available very soon. image: Vulture by kind permission of Sean Briggs (seanbriggs.co.uk)
Registration information

Registration information

Registrations are offered on the assumption that we will have a face2face meeting in November with some people attending remotely. If we ultimately are required to move to an online-only event there is a reduced registration fee and we will reimburse you the...
In Conversation: Yuli Somme with Richard Povall

In Conversation: Yuli Somme with Richard Povall

In the Autumn of 2020 we are hosting a series of Borrowed Time interviews / conversations with significant voices speaking to our discussion of death and dying. Each of these events takes place on a Friday lunchtime UK time to allow as many participants from other...
In Conversation: Stephen Jenkinson with Christos Galanis

In Conversation: Stephen Jenkinson with Christos Galanis

In the Autumn of 2020 we are hosting a series of Borrowed Time interviews / conversations with significant voices speaking to our discussion of death and dying. Each of these events takes place on a Friday timed to allow as many participants from other countries as...
In Conversation: Pascale Petit with Mat Osmond

In Conversation: Pascale Petit with Mat Osmond

In the Autumn of 2020 we are hosting a series of Borrowed Time interviews / conversations with significant voices speaking to our discussion of death and dying. Each of these events takes place on a Friday lunchtime UK time to allow as many participants from other...
2019 framing statement

2019 framing statement

@artdotearth | #borrowed-time What constitutes ‘a good death’? How do we know death, personally? What room do we make for the dead – within our relationships, our ways of speaking, our shared geographies? And how might the insights of end-of-life care and death...
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