The Identifying Successful STARTS Methodologies Exhibition at the University of Wolverhampton presents the mid term findings of the project that began in April 2019 and runs until March 2021. The Identifying Successful STARTS Methodologies research project, led by Dr Denise Doyle, has worked in collaboration with the STARTS Prize and Ars Electronica and is supported by a University funded International Research and Innovation Scheme (IRIS) to encourage multidisciplinary research teams to develop international collaborations. The project focuses on the interdisciplinary methodologies and collaborative practices amongst the STARTS Prize recipients.
The exhibition presents the activities of the project, four of the eight case studies undertaken, and includes an installation of one of this years STARTS Prize 2020 Honorary Mention, Pei-Ying Lin’s Virophilia (2018-2020), an installation of Future Flora by designer Giulia Tomasello and winner of the STARTS Prize 2018 for Artistic Experimentation, alongside work from designer Jen Keane’s This is Grown project who received an Honorary Mention in 2019.
Find out more about the STARTS Methodologies project and exhibition here: http://wlvartscience.co.uk/