Current Projects

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These pages explore large-scale works-in-progress, research undertakings, and future publications.

Activism (Tear-Gas Epiphanies: Protest, Museums, and Culture in Canada)

Textiles (Unraveled: Textiles and Art in the Global Economy)

Plastics (Understanding Plastics Pollution: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Forensic Methodology)

Museums (Curiouser and Curiouser: Micro-museums and Micro-museology)

The Bookcase micro-museum and library

image: Plastiglomerate, collected by Patricia Corcoran, photo by Kelly Wood, 2016

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2 comments

  1. Nicole

    Hello Dr. Robertson, I am a Humanities instructor in Minneapolis, MN, US, researching textile artworks which bring awareness to our changing environment, specifically issues of pollution and toxicity. I am particularly interested in collaborative, interdisciplinary artwork and would be interested to know about your current work on Visualizing the Invisible and Unraveled. I will be thrilled with any information you choose to send my way. Your work looks very exciting! – Nicole Hinrichs-Bideau

  2. Kirsty Robertson

    Thanks so much for getting in touch. I do need to update this page! The website for Visualizing the Invisible is here: http://www.visualinvisible.com/participants.html You can find most of my articles etc. from these projects on my Academia.edu site. I look forward to looking up your work as well!

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