Grace Quantock is a psychotherapeutic counsellor, writer and non-executive director across social care, health and human rights. Grace’s work is embedded in the collection, processing, understanding and sharing of context, story and understanding of self and place.
My research focuses on exploring how to influence appetite and aptitude for inclusive digital placemaking in those who hold cultural capital. My essay Electric Inclusivity tracks my thoughts during my time on the Fellowship. You can follow my research journey as a first gen disabled researcher via my monthly dispatches PostcardsFromTheMagins.com, listen to my podcast here or jump into the conversation on Twitter.
Articles by Grace Quantock
21.09.21 Digital Placemaking
Reframing Digital Placemaking
Reframing Digital Placemaking - A conversation between the Fellows and Programme Director, Professor Jon Dovey, reflecting on the ideas and key themes to emerge from their work exploring the relationship between physical and digital places. Illustrations by Gary Embury