Experimental Design Practices Research and Enterprise Group

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Black & white image of a hand holding a vesselThe Experimental Design Practices Research and Enterprise Group is a platform for the support and facilitation of experimental design research across all fields of design. We provide a cross-disciplinary platform for the promotion of the rich and varied practice-based design research pursued by colleagues and doctoral students across the University of Brighton. The REG thereby offers a design research hub for collaboration and discussion across disciplines.

Experimentation is one of the oldest methods of artistic research, working with the state of ‘not knowing’ as a creative engine. Members’ work engages with praxis, tacit knowledge and process to evolve new insight and knowledge, ploughing the rich depths of uncertainty as a source of innovation and creative discovery.

As a forum for the discussion and supportive development of on-going research, the REG teases out new routes forward and engages in collaborative practices. We facilitate the effective sharing of research outcomes through the curation of a series of events including exhibitions and symposia, generating wider conversations and opening the work up to a cross-disciplinary audience.

We aim to open opportunities for conversations and collaboration, fostering links across the university and beyond, working closely with the Postgraduate Research Student community and Early Career Researcher network.

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    Research Output

    Designing for active engagement, enabling resilience and fostering environmental change

    Phillips, R., Abbas-Nazari, A., Gant, N. & Tooze, J., 20 Mar 2020, In : Design, Business and Society. 6, 1, p. 43-70

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • Acceptability and feasibility of using digital vending machines to deliver HIV self-tests to men who have sex with men

    Vera, J. H., Soni, S., Pollard, A., Lewellin, C., Peralta, C., Rodriguez, L. & Dean, G., 17 May 2019, In : Sexually Transmitted Infections. 95, 8, p. 557-561 5 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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  • Activities

    • 1 Exhibition, performance
    • 1 External funding peer-review
    • 1 Oral presentation

    Design Research for Change Showcase

    Sally Sutherland (Participant), Tom Ainsworth (Participant), Nigel Sherriff (Participant), Mathilda Tham (Participant)
    19 Sep 201922 Sep 2019

    Activity: EventsExhibition, performance

    Speed and injustice at the urban edge: Havana, Cuba and Brighton, UK

    Lesley Murray (Presenter), Susan Robertson (Presenter)
    31 May 2019

    Activity: External talk or presentationOral presentation

    External Peer Review Panel Member Techne Doctoral Funding Scheme

    Tom Ainsworth (Reviewer)
    2017 → …

    Activity: External funding peer-review