Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

508 Downloads (Pure)

Resumé

This is a report from an ongoing research project and as such it is work in progress. The paper proposes an exploratory approach in order to enable end-users to contribute with their experiences of emotional values of fabrics in use. It is suggested that the textile designer with her repertoire of (experiential, implicit and tacit) textile design knowledge should facilitate the articulation process. The paper specifically draws on a series of workshops conducted within the collaborating company inviting all employees to participate. The series of workshops were based on a game-like setting and introduced an emergent framework for accessing implicit knowledge in textile design. The framework is based on the distance to the fabric. Present at each workshop were materials, chairs and images as initiators for articulation. In each workshop rules for playing and gaming materials were introduced by the author - being a textile designer herself, who functioned as the facilitator. This paper uses two examples from the series of workshops to exemplify a facilitated articulation of implicit knowledge in textile design. From the examples the following themes are synthesised as being important for articulation: The hands-on experience as initiator for articulation; the game-like setting including rules and gaming materials as a facilitating set-up; and finally feeling as experts enables the participants to contribute and articulate their experiences. In future exploratory workshops it is suggested to elaborate on an introducing, an exploring and a summarising phase in order to work more in-depth with articulation and contribution to the design process.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology : DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge
RedaktørerKristina Niedderer, Linden Reilly, Seymour Roworth-Stokes, Chris Smith
Antal sider12
ForlagLondon Metropolitan University
Publikationsdato2009
Sider14-25
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-0-9562789-3-7
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2009
BegivenhedInternational Conference 2009 of the DRS Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge - London, Storbritannien
Varighed: 19 jun. 200919 jun. 2009

Konference

KonferenceInternational Conference 2009 of the DRS Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge
LandStorbritannien
ByLondon
Periode19/06/200919/06/2009

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Nej

Citer dette

Bang, A. L. (2009). Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design. I K. Niedderer, L. Reilly, S. Roworth-Stokes, & C. Smith (red.), EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology: DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge (s. 14-25). London Metropolitan University. https://doi.org/http://www.experientialknowledge.org/
Bang, Anne Louise. / Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design. EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology: DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge. red. / Kristina Niedderer ; Linden Reilly ; Seymour Roworth-Stokes ; Chris Smith. London Metropolitan University, 2009. s. 14-25
@inproceedings{8aeee6709dd911deb788000ea68e967b,
title = "Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design",
abstract = "This is a report from an ongoing research project and as such it is work in progress. The paper proposes an exploratory approach in order to enable end-users to contribute with their experiences of emotional values of fabrics in use. It is suggested that the textile designer with her repertoire of (experiential, implicit and tacit) textile design knowledge should facilitate the articulation process. The paper specifically draws on a series of workshops conducted within the collaborating company inviting all employees to participate. The series of workshops were based on a game-like setting and introduced an emergent framework for accessing implicit knowledge in textile design. The framework is based on the distance to the fabric. Present at each workshop were materials, chairs and images as initiators for articulation. In each workshop rules for playing and gaming materials were introduced by the author - being a textile designer herself, who functioned as the facilitator. This paper uses two examples from the series of workshops to exemplify a facilitated articulation of implicit knowledge in textile design. From the examples the following themes are synthesised as being important for articulation: The hands-on experience as initiator for articulation; the game-like setting including rules and gaming materials as a facilitating set-up; and finally feeling as experts enables the participants to contribute and articulate their experiences. In future exploratory workshops it is suggested to elaborate on an introducing, an exploring and a summarising phase in order to work more in-depth with articulation and contribution to the design process.",
keywords = "Emotional values, Articulation, Textile design, Exploratory approaches, Design process",
author = "Bang, {Anne Louise}",
year = "2009",
doi = "http://www.experientialknowledge.org/",
language = "English",
pages = "14--25",
editor = "Kristina Niedderer and Linden Reilly and Seymour Roworth-Stokes and Chris Smith",
booktitle = "EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology",
publisher = "London Metropolitan University",

}

Bang, AL 2009, Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design. i K Niedderer, L Reilly, S Roworth-Stokes & C Smith (red), EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology: DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge. London Metropolitan University, s. 14-25, International Conference 2009 of the DRS Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge, London, Storbritannien, 19/06/2009. https://doi.org/http://www.experientialknowledge.org/

Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design. / Bang, Anne Louise.

EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology: DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge. red. / Kristina Niedderer; Linden Reilly; Seymour Roworth-Stokes; Chris Smith. London Metropolitan University, 2009. s. 14-25.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

TY - GEN

T1 - Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design

AU - Bang, Anne Louise

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - This is a report from an ongoing research project and as such it is work in progress. The paper proposes an exploratory approach in order to enable end-users to contribute with their experiences of emotional values of fabrics in use. It is suggested that the textile designer with her repertoire of (experiential, implicit and tacit) textile design knowledge should facilitate the articulation process. The paper specifically draws on a series of workshops conducted within the collaborating company inviting all employees to participate. The series of workshops were based on a game-like setting and introduced an emergent framework for accessing implicit knowledge in textile design. The framework is based on the distance to the fabric. Present at each workshop were materials, chairs and images as initiators for articulation. In each workshop rules for playing and gaming materials were introduced by the author - being a textile designer herself, who functioned as the facilitator. This paper uses two examples from the series of workshops to exemplify a facilitated articulation of implicit knowledge in textile design. From the examples the following themes are synthesised as being important for articulation: The hands-on experience as initiator for articulation; the game-like setting including rules and gaming materials as a facilitating set-up; and finally feeling as experts enables the participants to contribute and articulate their experiences. In future exploratory workshops it is suggested to elaborate on an introducing, an exploring and a summarising phase in order to work more in-depth with articulation and contribution to the design process.

AB - This is a report from an ongoing research project and as such it is work in progress. The paper proposes an exploratory approach in order to enable end-users to contribute with their experiences of emotional values of fabrics in use. It is suggested that the textile designer with her repertoire of (experiential, implicit and tacit) textile design knowledge should facilitate the articulation process. The paper specifically draws on a series of workshops conducted within the collaborating company inviting all employees to participate. The series of workshops were based on a game-like setting and introduced an emergent framework for accessing implicit knowledge in textile design. The framework is based on the distance to the fabric. Present at each workshop were materials, chairs and images as initiators for articulation. In each workshop rules for playing and gaming materials were introduced by the author - being a textile designer herself, who functioned as the facilitator. This paper uses two examples from the series of workshops to exemplify a facilitated articulation of implicit knowledge in textile design. From the examples the following themes are synthesised as being important for articulation: The hands-on experience as initiator for articulation; the game-like setting including rules and gaming materials as a facilitating set-up; and finally feeling as experts enables the participants to contribute and articulate their experiences. In future exploratory workshops it is suggested to elaborate on an introducing, an exploring and a summarising phase in order to work more in-depth with articulation and contribution to the design process.

KW - Emotional values

KW - Articulation

KW - Textile design

KW - Exploratory approaches

KW - Design process

U2 - http://www.experientialknowledge.org/

DO - http://www.experientialknowledge.org/

M3 - Article in proceedings

SP - 14

EP - 25

BT - EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology

A2 - Niedderer, Kristina

A2 - Reilly, Linden

A2 - Roworth-Stokes, Seymour

A2 - Smith, Chris

PB - London Metropolitan University

ER -

Bang AL. Facilitated Articulation of Implicit Knowledge in Textile Design. I Niedderer K, Reilly L, Roworth-Stokes S, Smith C, red., EKSIG 2009: experiential knowledge, method & methodology: DRS SIG conference on experiential knowledge. London Metropolitan University. 2009. s. 14-25 https://doi.org/http://www.experientialknowledge.org/