My research focuses on collaborative practice to explore everyday experiences from a variety of different perspectives. I continue to develop collaborative practices using a variety of different mediums from visual arts to sound and interactive work. I am particularly interested in how different technologies have the potential to do neurodiverse research and communicate research to the wider public. I am interested in interrogating ideas around imagination, the sensorium (as it is affected by experience), embodied knowledge, public research and the ways research is framed. My most recent publication explores how 'multimodal technologies open possibilities to go beyond the dominant written model of anthropology through layering and expanding theoretical and storytelling processes into different modes' and can be found HERE.
My current work explores the ways in which we think about thinking and how this effects research around dyslexia.
"In Conversation": R Gibbons 2015 Digital collage