Patchworks and Artefacts

Items from the Cordwainers Archive, LCF

Items from the Cordwainers Archive, LCF

Hands on and three dimensional approaches to reflection are important to use for how they enable insights inspired by tactility, surfaces,associations, weight, size, texture, smells and sounds. Just as in our examples with Lego and with Ketso we point out the importance of being to locate reflection in places other than paper documents or online, so with our activities here we prioritise things that can handled and hung up as evidence and illustration of reflection. Patchworks for Personal Reflection and Artefacts and the Everyday both offer examples of how material objects and surfaces can provide new texts for making sense of and revisiting experience.

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