Brighton researchers are a creative community.
Across the arts and humanities, physical, natural and social sciences, we work with creative practices and methodologies to envision, design, reconsider and transform everyday activities, digital media cultures, complex material objects and advanced technologies.
By establishing a space for Creative Futures, we recognise the breadth of knowledge types and accept new areas of scholarly production. The university community is one of multiple practices, whether these are in the analysis of written material and the writing of new texts or in forms which are themselves evolving as scholarly tools such as, painting, dancing, fabric design, storytelling, or in forms based on evolving technologies and the network of creative productivity including telematics, generative code, smart textiles and gaming cultures.
We will nurture and celebrate our creativity so that the ideas generated by research combine with our enterprise to advance fundamental science, challenge cultural and social discourses, and create new world-leading contemporary arts practice.