Cognitive Redirective Mapping: Drawing Together Knowledge Production

A paper by Tristan Schultz of Relative Creative

Extending from earlier work (Schultz and Barnett 2015), this paper is focused on four considerations of drawing together knowledge production using Cognitive Redirective Mapping: Drawing together with the hand; drawing together assemblages and mess; drawing together information design techniques and performing drawing together. Two case studies are also explored. Cognitive Redirective Mapping confronts an imperative to ‘see’ and explore knowledge production that can navigate paths through a problem and draw things—causalities, concerns, appearances and gatherings, together in order to contribute to redirecting destructive futures.
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