Museum Implosions is a collection of 17 essays by members of the Technologies in Practice group at the IT University of Copenhagen.
The implosion, a method for generating critical enquiry, draws on Dumit’s instruction to continue in the pedagogical spirit of Donna Haraway’s scholarship.
Based on a research trip to the Danish Technical Museum, the 17 implosions are supported by contributions from Peter Bjerregaard of the Danish Technical Museum and Lucy Suchman, Professor of Science and Technology at Lancaster University. Each short piece demonstrates the practice of “waking up to the world” around us, the pleasures of finding the world in objects, and the objects in the world.
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