Claire Baker's research in Ukraine addresses the importance of haptic methods and symbiotic relationships within a redesign process. At its heart lies a concept of equal exchange, sharing cross-cultural skills and knowledge where stories are discovered.
This set of oak tableware and has been developed to explore both the aesthetic opportunities that CNC (computer numerically controlled) technologies can hold for the maker, and to question where the line between hand and machine made lies - if it exists at all.
Co-creating Visions of a Racially Equal University
Racial Harassment, micro-aggressions
and challenges in progression are commonly experienced by students and staff of colour in Higher Education. The growing evidence of such experiences has instigated a wide response within higher education including Northumbria University (NU) adopting the RACE Equality Charter.
In doing so, the university is committing to create a culture where people of colour feel supported to discuss, question, challenge and recommend action around racial inequality so that we may co-create futures of racial equality.
This card deck is designed to be a tool to reflect on what sustainability means in relation to digital technology. It builds on a theoretical and methodological framework the “Circles of Sustainability” (James 2015). The cards attempt to understand sustainability both as a holistic concept while also offering specific questions to talk about its aspects.
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