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form follows function?


Photo Š Dr. Klaus Schmitt, Weinheim, Germany, uvir.eu.


PRIVATE COMMUNICATION

Car pics?


Photo: Lincoln Barbour


Photo: Bill Berthet


Photos clockwise from upper left: Dunstan, a still from the documentary


Photo: Kenneth Lu


10 Photo: Falln-Stock, http://falln-stock.deviantart.com/


MEANINGLESS MARKINGS HAVE AN IMPACT

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THEORY OF SENSORY EXPLOITATION

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Photo: Meredith Wickham


Photo: Whitney Bilodeau


“I know it when I see it” US Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart

Rodin

Statue: “Spirit of Justice” at US Dept. of Justice, Carl Paul Jennewein, 1935.


Photograph Š Ian Montgomery birdway.com.au.


This presentation was developed as a Pecha Kucha for the 2011 Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC) in Boulder, CO. Acknowledgements –Many thanks to Marco Perry, John Payne, and Andrea Reese for their help in creating this Pecha Kucha. References Angier, Natalie 1999 Woman: an intimate geography, Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co. Primack, Richard B. 1982 Ultraviolet Patterns in Flowers, or Flowers as Viewed by Insects. Arnoldia Volume 42 Number 3 - Summer 1982. Boston, MA: the Arnold Arboretum. University of California - Irvine. 2010Butterfly vision, wing colors linked. ScienceDaily, 1 Mar. 2010. Web. 26 Sep. 2011. Alice Ro is the director of research and strategy at Pensa, a strategic design consultancy in Brooklyn, NY. www.pensanyc.com aro@pensanyc.com

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Pecha Kucha for EPIC 2011: the theory of sensory exploitation serves as an apt metaphor for design and design research.

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