SPARKS - Social Parks

QR tags and video from park installation

SPARKS Project Team (Photographer)

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    Abstract

    SPARKS is an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)-Funded ‘Connected Communities’ Project. The SPARKS project (2011 -2012) has integrated physical and social sciences, art and design through research on parks and other urban ‘social’ green-spaces.

    The project team have developed an agenda for research that integrates findings and methodologies from their current and previous UK Research Council funded initiatives.
    The outputs are from the SPARKS COMMUNITY EVENT:
    FILM: Some of our findings have been displayed as an’ exhibition in the park’ in Rosehill Victoria park in Rotherham. The exhibition consisted of film projections on a house in Rosehill Victoria Park in Rotherham on March 15th 2012, and represented the culmination of the SPARKS project. Two films, commissioned for SPARKS were shown. One was 'A day in the life of Rosehill Park' showing the park from Dawn to Dusk with interviews of all ages of park users including the youth group and youth workers based there. The other film was based on the researchers and the work they do on parks all over the UK.

    QR TAGS: In addition to the film projections a series of QR tags (square bar codes) were produced and posted all over the park. These can be accessed with QR-reader applications on ‘smart phones’ and enable people to get access to video and interviews taken around the park as part of the project.
    Original languageEnglish
    Editiononline
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    EventSPARKS Community Event : Exhibition consisted of film projections on a house in Rosehill Victoria Park in Rotherham on March 15th 2012 - Rotherham, Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Duration: 15 Mar 201215 Mar 2012
    https://applications.abertay.ac.uk/external/socialparks/

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    SPARKS Project Team, SPARKS - Social Parks: QR tags and video from park installation, 2012, Digital or Visual Products.
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