The Auto-Ethnographic Turn in Design
The auto-ethnographic turn in design is emerging from a growing recognition of design's capacity to make sense of one's world. This book's first section, Ideas and Dialogues, compiles reflections and conversations between theorists, educators and practitioners on conceptions of auto-ethnography and the self. The second section, Projects and Practices, demonstrates auto-ethnographic approaches.
With contributions from Anna Aagaard Jensen, Gijs Assmann, Bruno Baietto, Jurgen Bey, Joel Blanco, Théophile Blandet, Jan Boelen, Hsin Min Chan, Chongjin Chen, Meghan Clarke, Adelaide Di Nunzio, Billy Ernst, Hi Kyung Eun, Teresa Fernández-Pello, Andrea Gaspar, Konstantin Grcic, Metincan Güzel, Jing He, Aurelie Hoegy, Hicham Khalidi, Zan Kobal, Lorraine Legrand, Gabriel A. Maher, Micheline Nahra, Thomas Nathan, Miguel Parrrra, Timo de Rijk, Marie Rime, Sjeng Scheijen, Bianca Schick, Carlos Sfeir Vottero, Weixiao Shen, Matilde Stolfa, Oli Stratford, Marianne Theunissen, Goda Verikaite, Erik Viskil, Barbara Visser and Ben Shai van der Wal.
Edited by Louise Schouwenberg and Michael Kaethler
Designed by Irene Stracuzzi
Published by Valiz, 2021
Softcover, 336 pages, color and b&w, 6.7 × 9.5 inches