My supervisor Roger Burrows just recommended this book to me and it has been great to read something that speaks to the kind of practice & thinking I’ve been doing. See below for a couple more photos of pages. It’s early days as I just got the book yesterday, but I’m thinking that my PhD could be seen as a series of problem spaces: this blog, my writing experiment & analytical matrices, Decidim, MetaDecidim, collective intelligence forms more generally and even the university space itself. Will post more soon as those ideas firm up.
First, let’s let Celia Lury explain to us what a problem space is:
FYI, this is what the cover of the book looks like: