Design’s Role in Transitioning to Cultures of Repair – Decolonising Perspectives with Repair.Design UTS

On 4 September 2019 Relative Creative co-director Tristan Schultz had the privilege of running a participatory workshop at UTS on the Design’s Role in Transitioning to Futures of Cultures of Repair. He was joined at the workshop by Associate Professor Ilaria Vanni Accarigi, Professor Cameron Tonkinwise, and Tim Boykett (Time’s Up).

Read more about the workshop on Repair.Design’s website here.

Read some “research in progress” on the most commonly discarded electrical items on Repair.Design here.

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The workshop gave us a great chance to openly discuss and distill decolonising strategies for thinking about cultures of repair. It also enabled us to share our distinct approaches to repair literature.

Repair.Design research team, UTS

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