We are a team of multidisciplinary researchers at the University of Glasgow with an interest in industrial, and particularly extractive, landscapes and how they will be viewed and used in the future.
Lecturer in Earth Science
John is mineral chemist specialising in carbonate minerals, for example for atmospheric carbon dioxide capture. His work includes using industrial by-products such as steel slag for carbon dioxide capture, and therefore how we deal with legacy slag heaps.
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Professor of Geography
Deborah is an internationally recognised scholar in feminist geopolitics, and has been key to the emergence of ‘geohumanities’ as an inter-disciplinary field of research and practice. She researches aesthetic, technological, political, and cultural responses to environmental problematics (including toxic landscapes, loss of biodiversity, and climate change).
Email me: Deborah.Dixon@glasgow.ac.uk
Professor of Contemporary Performance Practice
Minty is researcher and artist who works in the broad field of ecological art. Her research, usually conducted in collaboration with artist, Nick Millar, investigates humans’ interrelationships with other-than-human matter through performance and sculptural practice. Recent and ongoing projects include Guddling About, an evolving suite of performances with rivers and other bodies of water, commissioned for festivals and exhibitions in Scotland, England, Germany, Canada, Finland and Spain www.guddlingabout.com; THEN/NOW a public art project for and with the Forth and Clyde Canal in Glasgow www.then-now.org; and Erratic Drift, a series of human-geological performances for Architecture Fringe, Scotland, 2019 https://performanceecologyheritage.wordpress.com/.
Email me: Minty.Donald@glasgow.ac.uk