“Design for Dialogue, Dress in Discussion” was a practice-led research project that investigated design as a discursive device, particularly for ethically-motivated practitioners.
It specified the tools of ‘critical design’ and ‘critical writing’ to explore whether a ‘dialogical’ framework for practitioners can enrich engagement in critical conversations, and open a space for more thoughtful creative practices.
To find out more, please read the extract below:
1. The written text can be read in Skull Session.