Interview on our Counting Sheep research

Posted on May 16, 2014 in Research Methodologies

Sara Hendren has published a thoughtful and kind review on Gizmodo’s Abler website of the BoneKnitter speculative design ethnography project with Dani Clode. Not only is Sara the kind of generous interviewer who brings out the best in her subjects, but her insightful questions also taught me something about myself and my work–and for that […]

CFP: Adventures in Speculative Design Ethnography

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: IR15 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP “Animals, Vegetables & Minerals Online: Adventures in Speculative Design Ethnography” Full-day workshop @ IR15: Boundaries & Intersections, Bangkok, 22 October, 2014 Organisers: Anne Galloway & Jaz Hee-jeong Choi This workshop will introduce participants to the practices of speculative design ethnography, support small groups in exploring its strengths and limitations, […]

New course in multispecies design

Posted on May 14, 2014 in Ordinary Madness of Academia

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to design with, and for, animals instead of people? How would that change the way we understand them–and ourselves? What would we design? I’m excited to be teaching a new course next term that will explore these and related questions. CCDN384: Multispecies Design Understanding relationships between […]