Clips from MoRM at the Barcelona Design Museum

Clips from MoRM at the Barcelona Design Museum

Clips from MoRM at the Barcelona Design Museum Creating Future Memories This page is part of Creating Future Memories, an Aarhus University funded research project exploring speculative, future-oriented, and participatory methods for citizens to understand and better...
Speculative Fiction and Internet of Things: A workshop/experiment

Speculative Fiction and Internet of Things: A workshop/experiment

Speculative Fiction and Internet of Things: A workshop/experiment Kseniia Kalugina & Annette Markham May 2017 Kseniia Kalugina presented a workshop on speculative fiction writing at Aarhus University on April 26, 2017. This is the first of a series of methodology...
MoRM at Festival of Research 2017

MoRM at Festival of Research 2017

MoRM at the 2017 Festival of Research A brief showcase of materials and ideas May 2017 Students and faculty researchers from the Digital Living Research program at Aarhus University ‘performed’ the Museum of Random Memory at the Aarhus Festival of Research...
Remembering and Forgetting at Counterplay 2017: MoRM Returns

Remembering and Forgetting at Counterplay 2017: MoRM Returns

Remembering and Forgetting at Counterplay 2017: MoRM Returns     The Museum of Random Memory is dedicated to the overlooked, the unloved, and the forgotten.  During CounterPlay ‘17, The Museum of Random Memory will be actively building its temporary permanent...
Methods as Ethics

Methods as Ethics

Methods as ethics by Annette Markham   In this talk, Annette Markham offers alternate vocabularies for talking about ethical research of sensitive topics, or in precarious situations, such as studying death or death online. She offers an impact model for ethics, to...