Celia Pankhurst Celia Pankhurst is deeply interested in design research through social practice. She’s fascinated by the articulation of links between design and the structures of everyday experiences, and the ability for design to add value to the health of our communities. Writing and the visual arts are an important aspect of her process, in collaboration with good conversation, and good humour.
  • Micro-Communities Public Practice Emergent in design thinking and practice is the idea of small-scale interventions into spaces, artifacts, technologies and systems having the faculty to deconstruct and reconstruct new meaning into our everyday lives and urban experiences. Practices that call into question the structures and associated behaviours of the digital and built environment, such as tactical […] No responses April 10, 2018