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Embodiment of values

Bartier, Jane, Hannigan, Shelley, Gardiner, Malcolm and Mathison, Stewart 2020, Embodiment of values, idea journal, vol. 17, no. 02, Special issue: co-constructing body-environments, pp. 180-200, doi: 10.37113/ij.v17i02.389.

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Title Embodiment of values
Author(s) Bartier, Jane
Hannigan, ShelleyORCID iD for Hannigan, Shelley orcid.org/0000-0002-3232-5761
Gardiner, Malcolm
Mathison, Stewart
Journal name idea journal
Volume number 17
Issue number 02
Season Special issue: co-constructing body-environments
Start page 180
End page 200
Total pages 21
Publisher Interior Design Interior Architecture Educators Association
Place of publication Perth, W.A.
Publication date 2020
ISSN 1445-5412
2208-9217
Keyword(s) Embodiment
Water Relationality
Conversation
Ecology
Summary Relational, multi-modal conversations between the authors’ experiences of a damaged environmental site occur through different knowledge systems including life sciences, art, agriculture and environmental science. The authors respond to the risks of the dramatic impact of the loss of water flow in the Barwon River, Victoria, Australia. This is a river that flows through the Indigenous lands of Wathaurong, Gulidjan, and Gadubanud country from the Otway Ranges and near to one of Deakin University’s campuses. Early in this century, groundwater extraction dried a swamp wetland, generating toxic levels of acid and heavy metals which generated a major fish kill in 2016. Loss of water led to the aquifer site at Yeodene Swamp revealing great depths of peat that, when burning, follows underground peat layers (an unknown river path) and emerges to ignite new above-ground fires.These issues and experience of dwelling in this part of Victoria inspire our embodied thinking, conversations, and art. They have prompted us to be ambitious in our actions—even provoking us to develop campaigns. Our value and respect for this place in the most holistic sense—geographic, experiential, spiritual, historical and biophilic—inspires us to come together to contextualise and apply responsibility, accountability, ethics, morality, justice and integrity. We respond to the question: What does embodiment of values look like in this context? Having brought this story into the 2019 Body of Knowledge Conference through walks and conversations by Gardiners Creek at Deakin University’s campus in Burwood, we have explored it further in this co-authored article.
Language eng
DOI 10.37113/ij.v17i02.389
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 190104 Visual Cultures
1201 Architecture
1203 Design Practice and Management
Socio Economic Objective 950205 Visual Communication
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Grant ID no grant
Free to Read? Yes
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30146233

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