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Thinking through things

This body of research explored attitudes to technology in everyday life and how this insight might be applied to the design of technology to support personal health care.


Cigar Box Guitars

Investigating the DIY practices of cigar box guitar makers, exploring how this practice differs from other DIY practices


JUNK - Rubbish to Gold

Maria Hanson is one of 50 jewellers taking part in JUNK: rubbish to gold, a playful exploration of community economies (exchange, giving, bartering, gathering, earning, harvesting); putting on display the process of creating the ‘work of art’.


TYPE Design - Home Base Care for People Living with Parkinsons Disease

Using a participatory design methodology to identify patient and provider needs for Parkinsons disease services in the South West Peninsula and using co-design to develop tools, resources and service structures


The B in Philosophy

A long-term research engagement exploring the philosophical agency of live art and articulating shared concerns regarding the use of the body by philosophers and live artists.


Mirror I: Hierarchy

Mirror I: Hierarchy was devised to explore the anxieties and thought-processes of two protagonists within the world of surgery – the patient and the surgeon.


a ROLE to PLAY

a ROLE to PLAY brings together the lived experiences and dreams of Bolsover residents, one of the most deprived towns in the middle of England.


Alone Together: the social life of benches

Through a series of oral testimonies and carefully composed portraits, Alone Together, the Social Life of Benches explores how individuals and groups spend time in two distinctive public London locations


Calendar

Calendar is a solo exhibition that furthered Wilson’s exploration of private and public meanings in relation to material culture


Computer History

A social, cultural and design history of the evolution of the electronic computer, its reception, consumption and representation


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