To get you thinking here are 3 types of material you
might want to consider submitting:
1. A piece of projective material by a single respondent or an aggregate from a group of them, which has emerged as part of a research project. You need to choose it not for the insights you extracted from it (and which you may not be at liberty to share), but because you feel it could be considered as an aesthetic object in its own right.
2. Something completely different, which may have been created by researchers themselves. It could be a part of the research design process, or a piece of stimulus material. It could be a photo or a painting. But it might be a sculpture or other sort of installation.
3. An example of multimedia, or film footage, from a mobile phone, or an animatic. Anything which has played a role in the research process in some way but which speaks much more widely.
Feel free to let your playfulness run free. The RLF isn’t remotely earnest. At the same time we want to pay tribute to participants and research professionals in a process that can work off profundity and beauty, which this exhibition will be celebrating!
All submissions need to be made by Wednesday March 17th. Please send submissions to: Abigail Hill, RLF, C/o Spring Research Ltd, Bedford House, 125-133 Camden High Street, London NW1 7JR
For questions or more details call John Griffiths 07740 125794
If any respondent permission is needed then this is the responsibility of the company making the submission. Any installation involving elaborate equipment such as projection would require the company submitting it to provide that equipment. The artwork will remain the property of the company who has submitted it, please label all your works of art clearly with your name and address. Judging will take place on the evening of the viewing – the judge’s decision is of course final!