Episode 3: Alis Joscelyne
Facilitating a Deeper Connection with Nature with an Interactive Art Installation
This episode features a conversation with Alis Joscelyne, an undergraduate student on the BA (Hons) Artist Designer Maker course at Cardiff School of Art & Design, about her final year research project which explores the idea that a deeper connection with nature, facilitated by an interactive art installation, can be beneficial for overall wellbeing.
If you would like to follow up on some of the ideas discussed in this episode you may find the following resources interesting:
- Elbrecht, C. (2012) Trauma healing at the clay field: A sensorimotor art therapy approach. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
- Everett, D. (2008) Don’t Sleep, There are Snakes: Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle. Profile Books LTD.
- Ingold, T. (2013) Making: Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture. Abingdon: Routledge.
- Kimmerer, R. W. (2013) Braiding Sweetgrass, Milkweed Editions. Penguin.
- Ober, C., Sinatra, S. T. and Zucker, M. (2010) Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever? . Edited by C. Hirsch.
You can view some images of Alis’ willow work below (click to view fullscreen):