Lury’s writing on second-order knowledge draws together and frames some qualities which I’ve been working with for some time: reflexivity, situated knowledge, recursion. It also helped something click for me. I’ve been very aware of these qualities in two key areas: my positionality and practice; as well as the agency and practice of people in Decidim (“in the field”). However, I had not put those two dynamics in relation to eachother or underlined their common qualities.… Reflexivity :: researching :: acting
Researching aliveness in real-time
Given the ongoing theme of aliveness in my research, it was great to find a whole community of people working on Live Research (see above) which is also acknowledged and woven into Lury’s Problem Spaces (see below).… Live Research
Problem Spaces #3 :: does my space map onto Lury’s?
Problem Spaces #2
Problem Spaces #1
Writing as experiment
Protected: Collective Intelligence Decidim Style #2 :: How does it work?
Collective Intelligence Decidim Style #1 :: Start Here
Call and Response1
A long time ago, back in the last millennium, I remember sending out calls on email lists. And while I waited for responses to come back, I could visualise and sense the calls going out into a vast assembled body of communication networks and peoples, all with their own collectives and networks in turn (offline as well as online). And responses would always come back, as reliable as an echo, but not an echo, as each reply would be unique and distinctive, coming live and afresh from the senders.… Collective Intelligence Decidim Style #1 :: Start Here