Funded by the Swedish Research Council        

Activities 

Back to the Land 2.0 is an international multi-disciplinary design course about re-connecting urban activities with rural activities as one way to enhance food culture and security. Using a collaborative creative learning platform for preparatory work, and in a live week shaped by the Theory U process, students will learn together with national and international experts and local partners engaged in food systems. The on-site week-long program at Hjulsjö community offers hands-on...

In Sweden there is a growing interest from both the scientific community as well as many professional communities to gain insight into practice-based and practice-lead research in art, crafts and design (VR). The hand-on haptic aesthetic intelligence that comes from exploring materials, users and situations to create products, services or events, demonstrates a way of reasoning that is sought after. However documentation of the knowledge and experience about aesthetic reasoning...

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