Who said that video games were for young people?
In this seminar, we will explore the idea that knowledge is grown through participating with others in a process of joint attention and mutual responsiveness which Tim Ingold’s call ‘correspondence’.
En mi trabajo destacan los trazos expresivos, las formas orgánicas y las manchas descontroladas.
During this second course we will continue to rethink our education practices collectively by sharing experiences, thinking together, creating tools and enriching our methodologies.
Why do we think that thought is silent? Thinking throug the cello is a Tim Ingold’s essay about sound and silence, and their relation to thinking. That will be the subject of the british anthropologist’s talk.