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Other ways of knowing; decolonising perspectives in design research and practice. This study sets out to illuminate new perspectives in decolonising design practice through the lens of many worlds meeting. A perspective that focuses explicitly on epistemic decolonisation and the regenerative practices of Designer Beyonders (DBs) situated in Bali, Indonesia. The nomadic subjects and movement activists seek to readdress the balance of power by unsettling dominant ways of thinking through their own worlds and artisan of design practices.

Thesis Link:

Boyer, Britta (2022): Many worlds meeting. Unsettling design practice at the intersection of mobility and possibility. Loughborough University. Thesis. https://doi.org/10.26174/thesis.lboro.21089275.v1

Doctoral Thesis

Many worlds meeting.
Unsettling design practices at the intersection of mobility and possibility.

Boyer, Britta (2022): Many worlds meeting. Unsettling design practice at the intersection of mobility and possibility. Loughborough University. Thesis. https://doi.org/10.26174/thesis.lboro.21089275.v1

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2023

Many worlds meeting. Unsettling design practice at the intersection of mobility

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