Kat Jungnickel

EM hackday – Goldsmiths

Tues 16th July
This experimental event provided students with the chance to make research ideas and problems into a series of material objects or ‘Enquiry Machines’. It was a bit like a hackday, but with string, paper, cardboard boxes, cable ties and tape.

The session was designed to strengthen students critical abilities on three accounts: articulating core issues, working with others, and opening up rather than closing down methods for thinking through and about complex things.

It was in collaboration with Dan McQuillan  (Computing) and supported by a Goldsmiths Learning Enhancement Fellowship.

Poster is here.
Overview of the day is here.