The visual consumption of animals: challenging persistent binaries

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Description

This three-year project aims to support transformational change in the way humans conceive and interact with nature. Focusing on zoos, racecourses (horses and greyhounds), and agricultural or county shows as sites where such visual consumption is routinized, the project will use qualitative research methods to:
1. Examine the mechanisms by which the constitution of othered ‘natures’ as resources for visual consumption is normalised and made mundane, and
2. Challenge human-nature binaries in ways that are still largely non-existent in non-/post-/more-than-human conceptions and evaluations of associated relations.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/11/191/11/22

Research Output

  • 2 Other contribution
  • 1 Article

COVID-19 shows why we need to ‘cease and desist’ from commodifying animals

ARCARI, PAULA., 11 Apr 2020, Medium, Age of Awareness.

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    Where Species Don't Meet: Invisibilised animals, urban nature and city limits

    ARCARI, PAULA., Probyn-Rapsey, F. & Singer, H., 7 Jul 2020, In : Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. EPE-20-034.

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