Gap Games for Edgelands
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- Barth, Theodor 
This study explores the use of chance-methods in reading, and what the affordances of embodiment they can potentially reveal, through the design and use of an interactive reading-design (and more broadly for reception). The method explored is not effort saving, but supports a visual learning style. In combining chance methods with the logic of two rule-sets—Brian ENO’s and Peter SCHMIDT’s Oblique Strategy Cards, and Norman POTTER’s Modern Literalist Precepts—are used to triangulate a reading of Sarah DAVIES Hackerspaces (2017)l. This book was selected for its relevance to the workshop spaces at KHiO. A third rule-set—Arne NÆSS’ logic of precisation—to develop and design a possibility to consider experience-based propositions in the ecologic terms of practice (i.e., the common of human practice). A slide set of 60 features a documentation of the experience (shared here). While the flyer-set proposes to theorise with and on the experiment.
The item includes: 1) a slide set; 2) a theory assemblage conceived as a data-set [a flyer set #01-#06, 1HEX¨ ].