By changing space, by leaving the space of one’s usual sensibilities, one enters into communication with a space that is psychically innovating ... For we do not change place, we change our nature.    — The Poetics of Space  , Gaston Bachelard
       
     
   Get Lost     In the introductory seminar students get a set of instructions to explore London in an uncommon way—in other words, to get lost. For example, one instruction says: ‘When you hear music, take the next left turn and sing the first tune that comes into your mind with the intention of implanting an ear-worm in a recipient’s mind.’ The students are asked to make notes and capture their experiences as a basis of a narrative to develop further on.  Tutors: Michaela French, Dr Emily Candela and Dr. Helga Schmid,  Photo Credits: Dr Emily Candela,  Information Experience Design , Royal College of Art, 2015-17
       
     
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  By changing space, by leaving the space of one’s usual sensibilities, one enters into communication with a space that is psychically innovating ... For we do not change place, we change our nature.    — The Poetics of Space  , Gaston Bachelard
       
     

By changing space, by leaving the space of one’s usual sensibilities, one enters into communication with a space that is psychically innovating ... For we do not change place, we change our nature.

The Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard

   Get Lost     In the introductory seminar students get a set of instructions to explore London in an uncommon way—in other words, to get lost. For example, one instruction says: ‘When you hear music, take the next left turn and sing the first tune that comes into your mind with the intention of implanting an ear-worm in a recipient’s mind.’ The students are asked to make notes and capture their experiences as a basis of a narrative to develop further on.  Tutors: Michaela French, Dr Emily Candela and Dr. Helga Schmid,  Photo Credits: Dr Emily Candela,  Information Experience Design , Royal College of Art, 2015-17
       
     

Get Lost   In the introductory seminar students get a set of instructions to explore London in an uncommon way—in other words, to get lost. For example, one instruction says: ‘When you hear music, take the next left turn and sing the first tune that comes into your mind with the intention of implanting an ear-worm in a recipient’s mind.’ The students are asked to make notes and capture their experiences as a basis of a narrative to develop further on.

Tutors: Michaela French, Dr Emily Candela and Dr. Helga Schmid,  Photo Credits: Dr Emily Candela, Information Experience Design, Royal College of Art, 2015-17

GL_Object_BarkSmellRecorder.jpg
       
     
Get_Lost_Student_Summary.1.jpg
       
     
GL_group square1.jpg
       
     
Get_Lost_Student_Summary.2.jpg