Conferences and Publications

Fri 23 July 2021

Mobilities of Wellbeing Migration, the State and Medical Knowledge

Chubb, S. Bryant, N., Moore, A.P., Saber-Sheikh, K. (2021) Significant Walks: synthesizing qualitative and quantitative reflections on movement and place. In: Grønseth, A. & Skinner, J. eds. Mobilities of Wellbeing: Migration, the State, and Medical Knowledge.  Ethnographic Studies in Medical Anthropology, Carolina Academic Press

Fri 24 May 2019

Significant Walks : Aesthetic Articulations of Walking, Data and Place

Aesthetics of Healing: Working with the Senses in Therapeutic Contexts. 32nd Annual Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Ethnologie und Medizin e.V. (AGEM) in Cooperation with the Institute of Ethnology of the University of Münster.

Wed 16 November 2016

American Anthropological Association


Mon 5 September 2016

3rd International Well-Being Conference

Birmingham City University

See project paper Significant Walks: Visualising Well-Being : Articulations of the Data and Experience of Chronic Low Back Pain on pp. 63-66

Conference website:

Significant Walks Wellbeing Paper

Book of Proceedings

Fri 1 May 2015

World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress

World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress ​Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

Significant Walks : personal visualisations of the chronic low back pain experience – An arts, health and science project

Thu 16 April 2015

Where to? Steps Towards the Future of Walking Arts Symposium

Falmouth University

This presentation will discuss the impact of the research and how interdisciplinary research and mobile technologies can articulate the visual voice of a particular cohort of walkers.

Wed 10 December 2014

Open Discussions

Otter Gallery, University of Chichester

Shirley Chubb will be holding open discussions on the development of the project

Fri 21 November 2014

Exhibition - Otter Gallery, University of Chichester

Otter Gallery, University of Chichester, College Lane, West Sussex PO19 6PE

Fri 21 November 2014

Being Human Festival - Negotiating Practice Seminar

GuildHE / CREST, Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HQ. Tel: +44 (0)20 7419 5489

The Negotiating Practice seminar will present ideas and projects, which respond to a dialogue that, at its core, is inherently about interdisciplinarity. Two groups of researchers from different disciplines will outline two research-based projects:

Under the skin – Dr. Catherine Baker, Artist, Senior Lecturer at Norwich University of the Arts and Professor Iain Gilchrist, Director of CRICBristol at University of Bristol.

Significant Walks – Dr. Shirley Chubb, Artist, Reader in Interdisciplinary Art at University of Chichester and Professor Ann Moore, Head of the Centre for Health Research at the University of Brighton.