— Ecogeographer

Ecogeographer brings together large and small projects that Dominica Williamson is working on. The projects involve more-than-profit businesses, non-profit organisations, galleries, like-minded individuals and collectives and focus on innovating in the field of art, design and sustainability. Below is the latest work.

Ruritage: Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies 2018 onwards.
Developing rural perceptual based workshops using rapid natural material prototyping and QGIS

Coral Communities: Building Socio-Ecological Resilience to Coral Reef Degradation in the Islands of the Western Indian Ocean, 2017-18.
Creating an innovative arts-based method to help communities visualize and build resilience using participatory methods.

tagscape gathering, sensing and picturing perceptual and natural data
a leverhulme artist-in-residence project, 2015-18.
Researching and producing innovative GIS print based maps at Plymouth’s School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in order to help manage landscape.

The Giant Outdoors 
Beta Version 1.0 launched 2015. Aim is to launch it in 2019.
Directed and designed an interactive map in the form of a web app to interpret and reflect on an archaeological landscape.

House of Springs: Trengwainton
Client work, 2015-18.
Co-made the initial look and feel for a research heritage garden project. Plus, painting seasonal plant illustrations for digital and print output, and developing plant-based community workshops.

Rate My View
Client work, 2014-16. Actively working to push back-end development in 2017-18.
Created promotional material for downloadable App, which collects locative perceptual data. Managed creative team to output video and print assets.

Cornwall Archaeological Society
Client work in development 2015-17.
Directed the creation of an image archive and the start of a design strategy. Liaised with a programmer to re-build the website in 2016, now improving interaction and design in 2017.

The Giant’s Quoit
Main client work 2014-2015.
Directed, designed and managed all print and digital assets including educational resources and oral history.

Plant and Place, Disposable Cup and theirwork
Three key long term self-initiated projects
-Building on slow work project theirworkread about the project in Re-thinking Maps
-Developing Disposable Cup.
-Painting for the Eden Project Florilegium Society’s painting archive.

The First Wave
Made 14 oral history interviews in Cornwall and Ireland with professional and local surf heros.

Eden Project Florilegium Society
Work-in-kind as a committee member
Redesigning the newsletter, website and helping with their social media over time.

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