The Biosocial Research Lab regularly curates public exhibitions through collaborations with youth arts collectives, community arts organisations, galleries, and museums. Exhibitions provide public spaces for engaging with our latest research through immersive installations and creative experiments with sensory technologies. Many of our exhibitions are co-produced with children and young people, who work collaboratively with us to develop new artistic techniques for creative research and public engagement.
Rousell, D. (2019). Suspensions (Edinburgh). Installation and mobile arts event at Centre for Creative-Relational Inquiry, University of Edinburgh.
Rousell, D., Chalk, H., Hohti, R., MacLure, M. (2019). Inheriting the Anthropocene. Exhibition at Manchester Museum, in collaboration with young people (age 11-14)
Rousell, D., de Freitas, E., Trafi-Prats, L., Hohti, R. (2019). Remixing Thick Time. Exhibition at Whitworth Gallery, in collaboration with Young Contemporaries (age 16-25)
Rousell, D., and de Freitas, E. (2018). Superpositions. Exhibition at Birley Art Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University, in collaboration with Z-artists (age 11-13).
Rousell, D. (2017). Lures for Feeling: Selected works from the States and Territories project. Exhibition at the Summer Institute for Qualitative Research, Manchester Metropolitan University.