My new book Speculative Research (edited with Martin Savransky and Marsha Rosengarten) is out next month, published as part of the Routledge CRESC series. Here’s the blurb: “Is another future possible? So called ‘late modernity’ is marked by the escalating rise in and proliferation of uncertainties and unforeseen events brought about by the interplay between […]
Category Archives: Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process
Kim Kullman has written a review of the New Experimentalisms workshop organised by Dan Neyland, Michael Guggenheim and myself and hosted by CISP (Goldsmiths) on the 20th of September 2016.
The track Aesthetics, Cosmopolitics and Design included nine papers at DRS 2016 and generated a lot of interesting discussion brought about through the interdisciplinary engagement between STS and design research. The papers included in the track explored the notions of aesthetics and cosmopolitics in different (implicit and explicit) ways. In almost all, however, there is […]
Some photos from the book launch of Studio Studies, which took place at Goldsmiths on the 18th of February and the V&A on the 19th – as part of the Design Culture Salon.
The Energy Babble is featured in the catalogue that accompanies the exhibition ‘Experimental Thinking/Design Practices’. The exhibition is being held at the Griffith University Art Gallery between the 18th of September and the 7th of November 2015.
Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies and Displacements, published by Routledge and part of the CRESC series, is not out.
I have recently accepted the role of Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process (CSISP) alongside Michael Guggenheim and Marsha Rosengarten. I have been a member of CSISP, hosted by the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths, since its inception in 2004, which was established by its first Director Andrew Barry and has […]