A talk by Kurt Seemann as part of Goldsmiths Design Department's 'Design Means' lecture series
This talk explores how we understand technological ways of knowing for world educational futures. It draws on 25 years of cross-cultural technacy research and concludes with a new, more holistic and systemic scholarly frame that sees the world as connected. Could it be time to learn the ‘lores’ of the made world, and seek the insights from old living cultures skilled in practical holism linking people, technology and earth into one contiguous narrative?
KURT SEEMANN (PhD Southern Cross University) is the inaugural “Thinker” for the Victorian Design and Technology Teachers Association of Australia, and holds an Associate Professor adjunct position with the Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute.
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|23 Apr 2012||5:00pm - 6:00pm|
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