Niamh Fahy awarded UWE’s HAS-ACE Connecting Research Project Grant

Congratulations to Niamh Fahy who is leading the CFPR’s contribution to the project Slow Violence and River Abuse: The Hidden Effect of Land Use on Water Quality. The project has been awarded funding under the University of the West of England’s HAS-ACE Connecting Research Project Grant Scheme 2021-22.

The team at CFPR led by Niamh will use traditional printmaking and experimental photographic processes to create printed outcomes that investigate and respond to the relationship between land use and aquatic health. The work will use several print processes which respond to the specificity of water bodies investigated and the initial findings gathered through fieldwork and lab analysis. This process will investigate how collaborative practice may create accessible narratives that respond to complex environmental issues.

Read more about the project.

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