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Creative Time Costings Research Project Featured at London Exhibition


The research project Creative Time Costings - featuring the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies' Celia Lury with Principal Investigator Jo Briggs (Northumbria) alongside Sue Ball (Media and Arts Partnership), Graham Pullin (University of Dundee), Sarah Teasley (Royal College of Art), and the Leeds Creative Timebank — is featured in the Design Research for Change Showcase, running from 20th September-23rd September 2018. The exhibition is part of the London Design Fair and has been developed by researchers from a range of design disciplines including product, graphics, interaction, fashion, and furniture collaborating with other specialist areas such as healthcare, business, engineering, and elsewhere.

Located in the Old Truman Brewery in London, the showcase will give a flavour of 67 projects in total with a mixture of physical exhibits and digital displays.

Project lead Jo Briggs, Associate Professor in Design at Northumbria said: "Creative Temporal Costings was a three-month ‘sprint’ project comprising an experimental social design intervention undertaken with Leeds Creative Timebank to investigate the value of creative collaborative exchange in an emerging ‘parallel’ non-monetary economy; and to test and develop new research methods for social design, to prototype new forms of collaborative research oriented towards social change.”

For more information about Creative Temporal Costings and a link to the catalogue produced by artists at Leeds Creative Timebank click here and here.