Practicing More-than-human Design Ethnography Workshop
Dr Anne Galloway, School of Design, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
Tuesday 20 August 2019, RMIT City Campus
In August 2019, Dr Anne Galloway ran a workshop with HDRs and ECRs in which teams collaborated in response to a set of contemporary more-than-human issues and concerns. Combining discussion, provocation and situated action, participants explored what it takes to ‘stay with the trouble’ and collectively imagine a ‘world of many worlds’.
Dr Anne Galloway is an Associate Professor in the Design for Social Innovation Programme, School of Design, Victoria University of Wellington. In addition to teaching courses in design ethnography and speculative design, she leads the More-Than-Human Lab, researches human-sheep relations, and supervises amazing postgraduate students. Anne also publishes and lectures internationally, across disciplines, and is currently studying for a second doctorate in creative writing. Most importantly, her favourite place is with her flock.