We are always keen to collaborate, check out the different projects APR and its team has done:
Endangered public spaces?: Encountering the people of Melbourne City Centre
In light of COVID pandemic effects on the urban and real estate dynamics, we draw attention to sensitive discussions about the lifestyles, cultures and histories of who make the city their home. This encounter welcomed people living in the CBD to discuss who are the publics of this place, what is this central district, and how it is being transformed right now. Join us for a neighbourhood gathering, at the heart of CBD, to share your experiences with this place, while together we map our identities, community relations and perceptions about the city.
Institute of Australian Geographers & New Zealand Geographical Society Combined Conference 2021
The APR team members presented in the Institute of Australian Geographers & New Zealand Geographical Society Combined Conference 2021 on July, our members Nicolas, Rachel, Alexandre and Ana all presented their research and here we want to share with your their abstracts. Read more...
Urban Undercurrents: The Hidden Infrastructure of Wild Cities
Interdisciplinary Wild Cities Panel and Walk: A panel that roams, tracing the human and more-than-human entanglements of what lies beneath the city and its culture/natures. Artistic intervention, speculative proposition, community discussion—this live/digital event takes place in and between the cultural spaces of the Collingwood Yards and Collingwood Underground Carpark, inviting the audience into an experience of the city’s metaphoric and literal subterranea. What happens when climate action goes underground? How do government and industry agendas reverberate beneath our feet? What are the wild undercurrents and hidden infrastructures coursing all around—how do we encounter feral ecologies, contaminated creativity and stray ethics? And how do we make space for conversations and rituals that create the conditions for regeneration and wild life?