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The Interaction Research Studio was invited to show the Energy Babble, as part of the Experimental Thinking/Design Practices exhibition at Griffith University Art Gallery, Queensland College or Art, Australia. The Energy Babble was developed during the Energy and Co-Designing Communities project, a joint project between Goldsmiths’ departments of Design and Sociology.
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    • 3 For an example of polarised debates, see the following video: Ahmed Ansari, Knotty Objects Debate on Critical Design, MIT Media Lab, 16 July 2015, http://www.media.mit. edu/video/view/knotty-objects-2015-07-16-10.
    • 4 Erling Bjögvinsson, Pelle Ehn, Per-Anders Hillgren, “Design Things and Design Thinking: Contemporary Participatory Design Challenges,” Design Issues 28, no. 3 (Summer 2012): 101.
    • 5 “Infrastructuring” describes how an infrastructure, such as the Internet, “reaches beyond the single event (temporal) and any one particular site (spatial); it is not reinvented every time, and is embedded in other sociomaterial structures.” Thomas Binder, Giorgio De Michelis, Pelle Ehn, Giulio Jacucci, Per Linde, Ina Wagner, Design Things (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011), 172. As Binder et al. note, infrastructuring comes from Susan Leigh Star.
    • 6 Binder et al. acknowledge John Chris Jones's idea of “continuous design and redesign” (1984) and Cameron Tonkinwise's notion of “unfinished design” (2005) in the concept of design-after-design. Binder et al., Design Things, 171.
    • 7 Mike Michael, “What Are We Busy Doing?: Engaging the Idiot,” Science, Technology & Human Values 37, no. 5 (2012): 529.
    • 8 Ibid., 534.
    • 9 William Gaver, Public Lecture at UNSW for Feral Experimental: New Design Thinking, 24 July 2014, http:// niea.unsw.edu.au/events/symposium-workshops-feralexperimental.
    • 10 Carl DiSalvo, Adversarial Design (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2012); Anthony Dunne, Hertzian Tales (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2005).
    • 11 Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby, Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2013), 3.
    • 12 Ibid., 12.
    • 13 Katherine Moline, “Myths of the Near Future: Social Experiences Mediated by Phone,” 2014, http://www.digitalethnography.net/past/.
    • 15 David Sneath, Martin Holbraad, and Morten Axel Pederson, cited in ibid., 182.
    • 16 Joachim Halse Halse, “Rehearsing: Just How Far from Implementation?” 27 April 2010, http://chokobar. wordpress.com/.
    • 17 Benedict Groß, “Avena+ Test Bed-Agricultural Printing and Altered Landscapes,” June 2013, http://benedikt-gross.de/ log/2013/06/avena-test-bed_agricultural-printing-andaltered-landscapes.
    • 19 Michel De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life: Living and Cooking, Volume 2 (Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press [1984] 1998), 98.
    • 20 Jefrey Meikle, Twentieth Century Limited: Industrial Design in America 1925-1939 (Temple University Press, 2010), 198.
    • 21 Outstinct is a counterpart to instinct, used to explain how, with the technological prostheses on which it depends, the body is now constantly redefining the world around it and becoming redefined in the process. Nigel Thrift, “The 'Sentient' City and What It May Portend,” Big Data & Society 1, no. 1 (2014): 15.
    • 22 Cameron Tonkinwise, “How We Intend to Future: Review of Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby, Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming,” Design Philosophy Papers 12, no. 2 (2014): 184.
    • 23 D. M. Fryer and J. C. Marshall, “The Motives of Jacques de Vaucanson,” Technology and Culture (1979): 269.
    • 24 C. Mattingly, The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland (California: University of California Press, 2010).
    • 1 Australian Bureau of Statistics, “Spotlight: Interactive Infographic Movie,” 2014, www. spotlight.abs. gov.au/Flash/#/2/1.
    • 2 Run That Town app, runthattown.abs.gov. au/.
    • 3 Leo Burnett Sydney, “Run That Town,” 2013, www.leoburnett.com.au/Sydney/ work/run-that-town; Mark Brown, “Play SimCity with Real Data in Free Aussie Game Run That Town,” Pocket Gamer 20 May 2013, www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/ Multiformat/Run+That+Town/news. asp?c=51003.
    • 1 The Indoor Climate and Quality of Life research project was conducted between 2007 and 2010.
    • 2 Jacob Buur, “Why Listen to Users?” in Making Indoor Climate: Enabling People's Comfort Practices, ed. Jacob Buur (Sønderborg: Mads Clausen Institute for Product Innovation, 2012), 3.
    • 3 Laurens Boer, Jared Donovan, and Jacob Buur, “Challenging Industry Conceptions with Prototypes,” CoDesign 9, no. 2 (2013): 73, 87. The authors note that provotyping is a design approach developed in systems design in the early 1990s.
    • 1 Laurene Vaughan, “Designing, Juggling, Balancing and Performing,” Proceedings of the Collaboration in Experimental Design Research Symposium (Sydney: College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, 2011), 35.
    • 2 Ibid., 37; Laurene Vaughan, Reuben Stanton, David Carlin, Adrian Miles, Jeremy Yuill, James Thom, Peta Tait and Kim Baston, “Performing the Living Archive,” New Scholar: International Journal of the Humanities, Creative Arts and Social Sciences 2 no. 1 (2013): 41.
    • 1 David Herring, “Precision Farming,” Earth Observatory (January 2001), www. earthobservatory. nasa.gov/Features/ PrecisionFarming/.
    • 2 Benedict Groß, “Avena+ Test BedAgricultural Printing and Altered Landscapes,” June 2013, http://benediktgross.de/log/2013/06/avena-testbed_agricultural-printing-and-alteredlandscapes.
    • 1 Index, “Democratic Waste Management,” 26 June 2009, www.designtoimprovelife. dk/democratic-waste-management.
    • 1 Print Volume 1 Artists Books (Sydney: Power Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Sydney, 1987) is the catalogue for an exhibition curated with Kay Campbell in 1987 that was based on Moline's Bachelor of Visual Arts and Graduate Diploma at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. See http://www.yuillcrowley.com/ blog/?page_id=349 and http://redobjects.unsw. edu.au/people/dr-katherine-moline/ for Moline's recent artworks.
    • 2 Katherine Moline and Teena Clerke, eds., Brushed with Care: A Model for Participatory Design in the Community Context (Kingswood, NSW: University of Western Sydney, 1998); K. Moline, Connections: Experimental Design (Paddington, NSW: Ivan Dougherty Gallery, 2007); and K. Moline, Cross Pollination, (Sydney: UNSW COFA Space, 2012).
    • 1 Sang Mun, “Making Democracy Legible,” Walker Art Centre (blog), 20 June 2013, http://blogs.walkerart.org/ design/2013/06/20/sang-mun-defianttypeface-nsa-privacy/.
    • 1 Noam Toran, “If We Never Meet Again,” www.noamtoran.com/NT2009/projects/ if-we-never-meet-again.
    • 1 Mitchell Whitelaw, The Institutional Harvest, www.institutionalharvest.net/.
    • 2 Sarah Maddison and Marian Sawer, eds., The Women's Movement in Protest, Institutions and the Internet: Australia in Transnational Perspective (New York: Routledge), 2013.
    • 1. BIOdress: A Body-Worn Environmental Interface (2014), Sara Adhitya, Beck Davis, Tricia Flanagan Raune Frankjaer, Zoe Mahony
    • 2. Community-Centred Innovation: Co-Designing for Disaster Preparedness (2009-14), Yoko Akama
    • 4. The Sensitive Aunt Provotype (2012), Laurens Boer and Jared Donovan
    • 5. Tile Town (2015), Andrew R. Brown
    • 6. Ortho (2015) and Cups for Alice (2015), Bettina Bruder
    • 7. Circus Oz Living Archive (2011-14)
    • 9. NO QUO Attempts (2015), DesignInquiry
    • 10. Tension 13 (2007) Tension 17 (2013), Timothy Kendall Edser
    • 11. BODYecology (2015), Tricia Flanagan
    • 13. Avena+ Test Bed-Agricultural Printing and Altered Landscapes (2013), Benedikt Groß
    • 14. The Design-Anthropological Innovation Model (DAIM) research team includes Joachim Halse, Eva Brandt, Brendon Clark, and Thomas Binder
    • 15. Public Meeting (2013), Brad Haylock 17. Veloscape v.7 (2014-15) was developed by a research team led by Volker Kuchelmeister, Jeong Greaves, Laura Fisher, and Jill Bennett
    • 20. Autonomous Kinetic Poetry Robot (2015), Jason Nelson
    • 21. They Rule (2001/11), Josh On / LittleSis.org
    • 22. Drawing 'Together' Indigenous Futures (2015), Tristan Schultz
    • 23. If We Never Meet Again (2010), Noam Toran
    • 24. The Institutional Harvest (2013), Mitchell Whitelaw
    • 25. Robotic Spider Dress 2.0 (Intel Version) (2014), Anouk Wipprecht C U R A T O R P R O V O C A T E U R
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