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Unfolding

  • by Meg Miller
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Felt Things

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Nontsikelelo Mutiti

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Helen Frankenthaler Variation I on...

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"Your actions create a pattern of the movement within a space. That becomes the history or memory of the space, which is how you remember it."

Do Ho Suh, Fabric Architecture

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brand-activism

  • by Allyn Hughes
  • 31 blocks • 2 days ago
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Thinx Underwear

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Memory

  • by Meg Miller
  • 10 blocks • 3 days ago

The notion of a 'schema' (plural 'schemata' or 'schemas') derives from the work of the British psychologist Sir Frederic Bartlett (1932), who in his classic work, Remembering, defined it as 'an active organization of past reactions, or of past experiences.' Bartlett explained memory as a creative process of reconstruction making use of such schemas. According to contemporary schema theory, perception, comprehension, interpretation and memory are mediated by mental schemata - hierarchical structures (or 'frames') for organizing knowledge.

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Fear and Love — Machine

  • by Thomas Traum
  • 28 blocks • 2 hours ago

Mierle Laderman Ukeles

  • by Meg Miller
  • 60 blocks • 2 hours ago

Fear and Love – reactions to a complex world

  • by Thomas Traum
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Fear and Love — Body

  • by Thomas Traum
  • 39 blocks • a day ago

Feminism and Design

  • by Meg Miller
  • 66 blocks • 6 days ago

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