I missed two weeks.We’ve moved now into a temporary place so I’ve basically been cleaning houses and ripping out carpets. And driving back and forth from London to Sheffield. Joy!Very little ‘real work’ been going on recently, but I have … more more more, more
Last week was mainly spent looking for houses in Sheffield (unsuccessfully).This week was PDC, highlights include:Great workshop by Michael Chew and David Chatting on visualising environmental actions using photo stories. Some good lessons to take from this around speculating on … more more more, more
Early part of the week I managed to do a bit of carpentry at Godsbanen to get ready for our van trip, always nice.Flew to Madrid Wednesday for EASST, highlights included:Two panels on unseen participation with some interesting discussion on … more more more, more
A long week of marking papers for the innovation course.That’s pretty much it.
Another short but full week. Bits of teaching, bits of putting together presentations and some reading.I’ve especially enjoyed reading NatureCulture issue 5 from 2019, a wonderful interview with Isabelle Stengers, and a beautifully composed SF story(?) of ‘Ant Network Theory‘ … more more more, more
We made it to the UK after a pretty arduous journey. Long story involving Bella, Brexit and a worming tablet. The upside was getting to spend a day riding around sunny Amsterdam with Emma.Quick trip to Goldsmiths on Wednesday to … more more more, more
Reflections on care from the CISP Project Group visit to Mark Dion’s exhibition, ‘Theatre for the Natural World’
This post was written in collaboration with Sarah Pennington for the CISP Project Group blog – primarily a reading group based at Goldsmiths. Our reading and discussion has so far had a particular focus on care and on 3rd May … more more more, more
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Notes dump and slides from two recent presentations: Maker Assembly in Sheffield and Goldsmiths Design Festival in London. Written in collaboration with Jimmy Loizeau. We have been visiting the Jungle camp in Calais over the past few months. For those that … more more more, more
I went to The Jungle last week to help build shelters – I wanted to write something about the experience, but at the same I didn’t. This is the compromise I came up with. An incomplete list of tools and materials … more more more, more