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Public Domestic (Lessons on Living) – Spring 2013


In the spring of 2013 artist Emma Smith was invited by Radar to create Public Domestic: Lessons on Living, an interdisciplinary project which explored the domestic environments of university life as spaces of exchange and knowledge production.  The commission arose out of conversations with academics from the University’s Social Sciences department and the Design School, who were engaged in research into visual and experimental ethnography. 

Public Domestic was commissioned by Radar and developed in collaboration with Kerstin Leder Mackley, Research Associate, Department of Social Sciences and Sarah Pink, Anthropologist, as well as conversations with other academics from Social Sciences and the Design School. The project has also involved input from a core group of students who helped conceive a programme of ‘evening classes’. 

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