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Part IV: Can you interact with nonexistent physical objects and spaces?

Using embodied cognition as a framework, the preceding post revealed the probable role that the gestures and body movement played in creation of the objects. In this post, we focus on the causes of the accuracy of designer’s interaction with the objects and spaces. 3,814 more words

Design Thinking

Living on the Edge

“ We appreciate buildings which form continuous lines around us and make us feel safe in the open air, as we do in a room.”  – Alain de Botton, The Architecture of Happiness… 888 more words

Research And Practice

Part III : Is design a corporal act

In the last post, we viewed the act of design as a cerebral act. We also touched the role of intelligence, particularly spatial intelligence in design problem solving. 2,460 more words

Design Thinking

Market Value?

The Larks & Ravens (of which I am one) are currently “artists in residence” for one day a week in the old Victorian Market in Newport. 498 more words


Anticipating the Future

“The Future doesn’t repeat itself, but it Rhymes.” –Mark Twain (probably)

Our love of music, its evocation of emotional phrases and our expression through motion, i.e. 3,204 more words


21st ENSO Seminar: TONY CHEMERO. Radical Embodiment and Real Cognition

The 21st ENSO Seminar will be presented by Tony Chemero!

Next week, Thursday 8th March @ 3pm UTC, Tony will present on Radical Embodiment and Real Cognition. 126 more words

Cognitive Science