Domestic Science was setup by artists Glenn Boulter, Ross Dalziel and Hwa Young Jung We are interested in what knowledge counts as domestic science today. Our key approach is not to use science & technology as a subject for our practice but to critically take part in it as a culture
We want to reveal the craft in art, social and scientific practices in the everyday world and use perspectives from socially engaged and embedded art practice, social science, science and technology studies and feminist technoscience to make playful friendly activity about how we make and share knowledge.
We have over 10 years experience supporting, developing and participating in innovative grass-roots organisations in technical, artist and maker cultures.
Our method is to become embedded in the social landscapes of practice of our collaborators, discovering shared interests and difference. How, who, when and where we work matters. We look for Found Formats, familiar formats for social activity and 'Boundary Objects', objects and practices that help different disciplines and kinds of knowing work together, negotiating the boundaries between them.