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TAKUJUQ -Contribution of Arts for communicating Science

Abstract : The TAKUJUQ project is the result of a thought carried out within the Nunavik OHMi in the NUNA and MOVE research projects. These research projects in an indigenous environment have identified a break at the stage of scientific dissemination, of transmission of results to the communities that host the research. To this end, we identify scientific mediation and art as vectors of scientific transmission on the one hand, and metalanguage likely to transcend cultures, the spoken languages of Inuktitut (inhabitants), English and French (researchers) on the other. We hypothesize a conceptual construction of innovative exchanges between different actors: indigenous populations, indigenous artists, geographer researchers, mediator researchers and artist researchers. Our scientific ambition is to bring out, through mediation and artistic productions that offer another language, new knowledge concerning the relationship with the Arctic environment. We propose here the first alternative forms of cartography and modelling intended to transcribe scientific results to the general public, whether indigenous or not, from work carried out in 2020 and 2021.
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Armelle Decaulne, Fabienne Joliet, Laine Chanteloup, Thora Herrmann, Najat Bhiry, et al.. TAKUJUQ -Contribution of Arts for communicating Science. International Symposium of LabEx DRIIHM, Sep 2021, Toulouse, France. ⟨10.34972/driihm-7c9faf⟩. ⟨hal-03357239⟩

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