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- Barth, Theodor 
#01-#06 Tiling, is a flyer-series devoted to the development of an idea of process—and form of knowledge—adequate to theorise field knowledge: i.e., the aspects of knowledge that is linked to fieldwork, survey, documentation of process in documenting. This kind of knowledge basis is not supported by proof, demonstration and argument, but on laying out puzzle-pieces (Bruno Latour). The series should be of interest to artistic research, environmental humanities, science technology studies, and to foundational research to develop anthroponomy as a research direction. The series also should be of interest to professionals (and amateurs) interested in the relation between form, material and substance and the role these play in investigations that do not rely on function in the development of affordances in design. If the approach appears to be rigorous it is because it seeks to establish a foundation of robustness in unwieldy discussions engaged by e.g. Anna Tsing, Bruno Latour, Donna Haraway and Rem Koolhaas. The series should be of interest along readers and practitioners with an interest in approaches for to development, research and managing that are based on partnering with the environment and human entourage (immersively, positioned and situated). OTHER SETS: this flyer-set complements and concludes 4 other recent sets— A) Clarifications #01-#06; B) Categories #01-#06; C) Verticality #01-#06, D) Fredrik Barth #01-#06.
Flyer set launched as tiles based on the following elementary description: #01 attempt; #02 try again; #03 do something else; #04 return; #05 Unlearn; #06 Crossover.