Author: anneg

What I mean when I talk about more-than-human design

anneg , February 7th, 2020


I was recently asked a few questions and some of you might be interested in my answers  đź™‚ Curious brown tabby cat Enid Coleslaw perches on the wood…


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Knowing Sheep: Anatomical models

anneg , October 13th, 2019


Manufactured by Somso, Germany, c 1910Hand-painted plaster & papier mâchĂ© in nine parts Manufactured by Hauptner, Germany, early-mid 20th centuryHand-painted plaster in…


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Practical Earth Skills

anneg , July 10th, 2019


E hara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takimano, takitini.Success is not the work of one, but the work of many. Nau mai. Harae mai….


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Together as animals

anneg , May 19th, 2019


“Remote from universal nature and living by complicated artifice, man in civilisation surveys animals through the glass of his knowledge and sees thereby a feather magnified and the…


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Designing with, and for, the more-than human

anneg , May 17th, 2019


Last year I was generously invited to deliver a keynote presentation at IndiaHCI 2018. The conference was brilliantly organised and hosted by Naveen Bagalkot and Riyaz Sheikh, colleagues…


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2019 Lab Bulletin #1

anneg , May 15th, 2019


Harae mai. Ever searching for ways to document and share our research and teaching, I would like to welcome everyone to this year’s More-Than-Human Lab Bulletin. I imagine…


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Introducing the More-Than-Human Lab

anneg , March 1st, 2015


After five years of research and teaching, the Design Culture Lab has been retired and I’m excited to announce my new adventure: the More-Than-Human Lab. I’ve imported all…


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