Monsoon Assemblages Research Project
21 November 2015
Dr Bremner’s ‘Monsoon Assemblages’ proposes to undertake a design-driven enquiry into the impacts of changing monsoon climates in three of South Asia’s rapidly growing cities – Chennai, Delhi and Dhaka. In these cities, extreme weather events, all attributed to the monsoon’s capricious nature, have led to the increasing frequency of water shortages, power failures, floods, disease outbreaks, damage to property and loss of life. The project will advance research of lived environments as indivisibly natural, social and political, and propose models for intervening in them through design.
Professor Simon Joss will be among the members of the Advisory Group for this five year project.
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