Next week I’m participating in an PhD training event organised by the Swedish Faculty for Design Research and Research Education entitled ‘Re-Assembling the Social’. Naturally, the event is working on Latourian concepts of the social as well as participation and issue mapping. Click here for more info.
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On June 1st I’m giving a keynote lecture at the IT University Copenhagen as part of the workshop ‘Participatory Moves as Parasitic Relations in Senior Healthcare‘. My keynote is entitled ‘Noisy Engagements’ and I will be reflecting on the the interventionist forms of research we have been conducting as part of the Energy & Co-Designing [...]
From Monday the 2nd of May until Thursday the 4th of May I’ll be involved in running a PhD school with members of the Swedish design research community, at Goldsmiths. I’ve been working in collaboration with Pelle Ehn, Peter Ullmark and Sara Ilstedt Hjelm to organise a series of talks, workshops and discussions that will [...]
I’ve just returned from teaching a workshop at the NORDES summer school 2010 held at Pukeberg, Nybro, Sweden. I joined Thomas Binder, Karin Blombergsson, Pelle Ehn, Catharina Gabrielsson, Giulio Iacucci, Sara Ilstedt, Anna Rylander and Otto von Busch as a member of the summer school faculty leading a group of 40 Ph.D. students from Denmark, Sweden, [...]
I’m teaching a workshop at the NORDES summer school 2010 entitled ‘Design and Controversial Things’. Here’s some information about the summer school… Design deals with things, but what does that suggest? In design practice the things we deal with may be objects, products, artifacts and services, but also assemblages, processes, projects and even parliaments. This [...]