In other words: Making sense of Ingold’s being-in-the-world by doing philosophy through the design of new digital interactions
In this research project, I explored three different levels of research questions. (1) As a designer, I wondered how to design for the digital age from an embodied perspective. (2) As a philosopher, I specifically turned to the anthropologist philosopher Tim Ingold to understand what his theory about being-in-the-world means in the digital age. Finally, (3) as a design researcher, I explored a way to do philosophy as a designer, using the practice of design. As a result, I created a conceptual design for embodied digital interactions, deepened my understanding of Ingold’s theory and proposed the new methodology of Philosophy-through-Design.
For a more extensive summary, see my colloquium announcement here.