Domestic Science was setup by artists Glenn Boulter, Ross Dalziel and Hwa Young Jung to explore a playful notion of what the Domestic could be. Our key approach is to not use science and technology as a subject for our practice but rather explore it as a culture.
We have over 10 years experience co-founding, supporting, developing and participating in innovative grass-roots organisations in technical, artist-led and maker cultures.
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we use our unique artistic vision to foster critical collaboration, participation and generate sustainable havens for creative work that remain open and engaging to the public.
Our methodology is building relationships with people as co-researchers. We have a life-long learning attitude towards education, and attempt to bring in critical thinking to technology, science and arts cultures. We see facilitation as a core creative part of our artistic practice and consider participants as fellow researchers.