To Think, To Recognise, to Learn
I would like to talk about how it is possible to think with our body and other things. I choose this topic in a workshop on drawing because sketching can, at times, be a way of interactively thinking with pencil and paper – of thinking with things. This process is not unique to drawing, and is, in fact, representative of interactive cognition more generally.
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