Speculative Prototypes and Alien Ethnographies: Experimenting with Relations Beyond the Human
This article concerns the role of speculative design prototypes as a means of intervening into everyday life contexts in order to explore, and possibly enable, new kinds of relations between humans and non-human beings. By addressing a human de-centring through design, the aim is to explore what kind of new possibilities might arise when design speculation meets a practice of doing what can be called an ‘alien ethnography’.
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