We must design the cities of the future to be socio-environmentally responsive
Material research can generate resilient modes of engagement.
I’m an artist-researcher with an interest in changing attitudes and behaviours in relation to waste.
My current work explores the recycling/upcycling processes of discarded material. Through this research, I look to identify how waste management, design and art can influence our perceptions of waste.
In examining contemporary concerns within communities, I focus on material production through responsive artworks, socio-environmental design and tactile objects.
I work in collaboration with Kheops, an international research consortium on the governance of large infrastructure projects, as well as with Concordia-based centres like Hexagram and the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology.
My name is Alice Jarry and I am an assistant professor in the Department of Design and Computation Arts.