University of Lincoln, Postgraduate Conference

Frontier Permeable BoundaryHow to observe the city user?

Technology has transformed from being a single tool to an entire technological environment. My presentation is seeking to discuss the problems associated with isolating examples of specificities of technological practice from the ubiquitous realm of the technological environment. Should my examination of the articulation of presence in the city space usefully be supported by acknowledgement of technological changes within the home? The permeability between the technological schemes of the home and the systems utilised by the agent in public space is facilitated by the embodied knowledge of the user.

My poster presentation seeks to unpack the creative potential for human discourse through the lens of technology, the city and the body; whilst problematizing a research process that extracts and delimits the territory of that expedition.

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