Sander van der Zwan, Maarten Smith
There are many takes on intersubjectivity. Building on phenomenological foundations the squad is interested in experiences as shared between multiple people. How are technologically mediated experiences and practices shaped by social interactions/intersubjectivity not only from the outside, but also ‘from within’ the mediated experience and/or practice itself? And how do technologies mediate our relations with the other?
Exploring the topic of intersubjectivity will make you wiser when it comes to understanding how humans experience each other through a design. What kind of social worlds are formed when a design is being interacted with?
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