Art, community well-being and infrastructures
Alice Jarry (Université Concordia)
Nathalie Drouin (KHEOPS)
PRESENTATION OF THE RESEARCH
This research explores the relation between art, well-being and infrastructures. It adresses the role and position of art and of research-creation in infrastructures.
The conference Populations and well-being: what role and what place for infrastructures?, held by KHEOPS in February 2019, demonstrated the importance of considering the well-being of communities during an infrastructure project.
Jarry, A. (2020) Déconstruction du Pont Champlain : co-création de propositions de récupération des matériaux et engagement citoyen, INFRA 2020 – en ligne, 30 novembre.
Jarry, A., Drouin, N. & Pontais, M. (to be published). Infrastructures and well-being of communities: Defining the socio-environmental and cultural dimensions of well-being [Research Report]. Montréal: KHEOPS. (French)
Jarry, A., Drouin, N. & Pontais, M. (to be published). Art, design and architecture: Overview of practices that rethink the notion of well-being in relation to urban space, infrastructure and communities [Research Report]. Montréal: KHEOPS. (French)