This interesting workshop offered a space to present, debate, re-design, and re-think interdisciplinary research.

It took as its model the preliminary findings and creative outputs from the ISF’s six-month project, ‘Graphic Futures’, which explored how techniques from graphic fiction could be applied to futures thinking across a broad range of disciplines.

Over the course of the day,  the project designers and project team (drawn from staff at all career stages across campus) presented their amazing artefacts created during the project, including the talk from creative practitioners, cultural commissioners, scientific advisors and inveterate interdisciplinary researchers.