Monthly Archives: November 2012


A month or so ago, I attended a one-day symposium, ‘The Power of the Real’ at the Millenium Gallery in Sheffield. The symposium was part of a project exploring the role of objects in design teaching (amongst other things) and … Continue reading

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Methodological woes

So… I want to capture the moment when someone holds, and responds to, an object. I want to know what it is in the object that they are responding to. So… how to capture that moment? The obvious answer might … Continue reading

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