Susie Johnston

Matters of entanglement: exploring making and metaphor as expansive ways of being and thinking.

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This research addresses a material, creative practice through which energetic forces, metaphor, notions of entanglement, vital materialism, and post-humanist ideas are explored. The research relates closely to age-old questions about ways of being and knowing, framed within contemporary modes of art practice. Matters of Entanglement reflects a body of artwork which positions things at the centre and explores ways of challenging human exceptionalism through creative practice and critical thinking.

Names of Supervisors: 

  • Professor Mary Modeen
  • Dr. Undine Sellbach
  • Dr. Mette High