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Design is about finding solutions to problems in an effective and efficient way. Attempting to solve problems through a design process is an interactive and iterative activity that draws on the input from multiple users and stakeholders existing in specific contexts. The interactivity and iteration of the design process allow a designer to gather knowledge about the world and the problem at hand from multiple disciplines. Fusing disciplines is an important aspect of problem-solving through design. This is because real-world problems are complex and require insights from different sources of experience and information. Not only do different disciplines provide varied perspectives, subjectivities, and insights, but also their own structures. Employing multiple disciplinary processes and insights assists in creating the right research questions, creating strong hypotheses, driving innovation, and creating rich post-hoc reviews. The solutions to complex issues gain strength and credibility through disciplinary consensus.

Interdisciplinary design: Incorporating social, somatic and environmental thinking

Communication design for participatory arts-based projects (2016 – 2019)

The series of publications created by the MoVE Project at the Africa Centre for Migration and Society continues an exploration…

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Arts-based social research project planning, workshop facilitation, and production (2015 – 2019)

I have contributed to the conceptual development and operational dimensions of a range of arts-based projects through specialised service delivery…

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Curatorial and visual-spatial design services for social researchers (2015 – 2019)

Social research is intended, in some way or another, for public consumption. Social research projects (like Bua Modiri, Nelspruit Poster…

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Public infrastructure artwork and situated design process (2009)

With more than 200 public art projects rolled out in the Johannesburg CBD alone, at a collective price tag of…

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