Category Archives: Situation Design

Trust: a working capital.

The working capital of the NGO is trust. It is the foundation of partnering in the work-scape and scope of the NGO/CSO. Organizers, clients, partners, funders, providers… All stakeholders rely on trust as the operating liquidity of relations, programming and … Continue reading

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Immigration: “Illegal” to “undocumented” is still, more authentically, the condition of being “un-situated.”

Over a year’s worth: petitions to television programming ¬†jumped on the hideous language of “illegality” as applied to persons who have migrated from one territory to another. That no person should be named “illegal” is without saying — funny (read: … Continue reading

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Person(s) + place(s) + thing(s) = situation

Situation is the cell of experience. Experience is the aggregate of lived-situations. Change the situation; change the experience. Design the situation; define the experience. — Rendering Dimensions, Surrendering Dominion: An Epistemological Inquiry into Being-Grounded. Tracy Ann Essoglou, Dissertation:¬†EGS. 2002. Image: … Continue reading

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