This paper proposes that a practice-led research methodology embedded with a process of Decolonisation and Reinhabitation as co-dependent forms of analysis can generate a creative practice for environmental mutualism, and, a critical practice of place. The paper further argues that such a practice is necessary in the Anthropocene towards a critical bioregional understanding of ‘living well’ within place. Personal bioregional perspectives on making are interrogated towards the consideration of a new types of cartography; to define the locating of creative ideas and practices to bioregional specificity. The author explores their own domestic history and contemporary practices as case study towards emergent forms of environmental-arts practice.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||International Journal of Practice Based Humanities.|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Dec 2017|