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Emotions, Transformations, Restorations
How do people respond to materials emotionally, and how has this changed over time? People respond when confronted with unfamiliar materials, when they see dramatic changes in physical forms, and when they seek to restore material states that they feel have been lost. This project explores the theme of the emotional history of materials in a series of three workshops entitled Emotions, Transformations, and Restorations. The workshops, which will be held at the Institute of Making at University College London between April and June 2014, will bring together a presenter, a respondent, and a group of researchers drawn from a range of academic disciplines. Each workshop will use practical demonstrations with materials to encourage reflection on our emotional responses to materials and their properties, and how these responses might signal new historical questions.
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