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Author Kneel, Mulholland: Drive!


fetidom July 2022 Jul 27, 2022

A Disruption

Thou: ’Can I take your name?’ Thee: I want to tell you, and I will. But first, picture this: Oak and vanilla are also facing total disruption. New oaks and vanillas are systematically uprooting the way we do vanillas and… Continue Reading →

Inside Table

The dis-regulated wipe-clean surface is capable of feeling more abuse than mass-produced emo-stable tables. Forget calligraphy, even butter knives can easily score deep into its smooth dysphoric surfaces, gutting it open like a lamprey. This table resonates so deeply with… Continue Reading →

Crit your Crit

Neil Mulholland Crits are commonplace in creative fields such as writing, art and design education but they are not used commonly elsewhere; nor have crits always been used in creative education. Even within these creative fields, crits are not universally… Continue Reading →


fetidom June 2022 Jun 27, 2022

This Month’s Fab Fabs*

“they promise a far more heterogeneous range of very drifty UGC”

Occasionally Table

Common-or-garden cauterised tables table their reactions based on the instructions they receive from their mise-en-scène. Through tabulation, cauterised tables manifest reactions from a restricted (cauterised) number of reachable outcomes pre-determined by the mise-en-scène system and its actors. A bleeding table,… Continue Reading →

Topic 5 – Lessons Learnt

Today was the last session of the course; the final webinar was a great way of dropping into the other groups to see how they had got on. In some ways, that’s something that would have been beneficial half way… Continue Reading →

Topic 4 – Bleedin’ Ungradin’!

Reflect on your current practice and reason about possibilities for development of online and blended learning designs. I’ve been working on developing a Community of Inquiry (CoI) model for my courses for some time – or Collaborative Inquiry as it… Continue Reading →

We shook the points of view of the people who gave us everything

…. why was that so bad; it’s very good really, and this is really exciting. You know, you are having so much fun just living to do things the way you like to do them. You can add really anything… Continue Reading →

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