Sander van der Zwan, Maarten Smith
There is an entire branch of philosophy dedicated to understanding reality as a process. Within this branch there also is work done on understanding technology in becoming. Building on phenomenological foundations the squad is interested in understanding all nuances of technologies in becoming, instead of technologies in use at single points in time. This includes both technology-in-the-making (the process of constituting a new technology) and technology-in-appropriation (the process in which users make an existing technology “fit” their own lives).
Exploring the topic of technology in becoming will give you a unique perspective into how technology unfolds over time and how your design is and always remains part of this process.

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