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Pesquisa Academica em Areas de Practica Projetual
In professional areas in which there is an element of design practice such as architecture and urbanism, the paradigm of knowledge has not been clearly articulated in academia. However, the characteristics of the knowledge ...
'Nigel Kneale (1922-2006)'
Nigel Kneale was the most influential science-fiction writer in British television of the twentieth century, as my account seeks to establish. Although his oeuvre has been summarised in biographical encyclopaedias before, ...
Architectural design and the problem of practice-based research
This article considers the existence of a sub-group of academic research that is particular to areas of design practice: practice-based research [PbR]. This sub-group is widely recognized in Europe but is less well recognized ...
I was invited by the organisers of the Seoul International Comic & Animation Festival to present a retrospective of my experimental webcomic and hypercomic work. Thirteen of my digital comics were translated into Korean ...
A pedagogical proposal in an area of epistemological uncertainty
(Sao Paulo: Altermarket, 2009)
In professional areas in which there is an element of design practice, such as architecture and urbanism, the academic model of knowledge has not been clearly articulated. This means that often the values held in professional ...
The Production-Consumption-Mediation Paradigm
This article elaborates a production–consumption–mediation (PCM) paradigm in design history, to examine both the development of design history over the past three decades and the current and future practice of design ...
Reflections on Duel; performers, performances, technology and the audience
Duel – for piano and sound projection is a large-scale composition by Rob Godman commissioned by Philip Mead in 2006 with funds provided by the Arts Council of England. It has received performances by both Philip and Xenia ...
Areas of Design Practice as an Alternative Research Paradigm
The view of the world from different subjects is quite distinct, resulting in a different view of what it is to know, and what it is that is known about. Scientists are stereotypically Realists who seek objective facts ...