Julian Sefton-Green and Gary Stewart
Julian Sefton-Green is an independent scholar working in Education and the Cultural and Creative Industries. Gary Stewart is an artist, researcher and musician working between the UK, Brazil and the Caribbean.
Thursday, December 19, 2013
In this post I want to think about our intimate relationship with various kinds of software as a way of understanding the development of skills and practices. I want to take the unusual approach of telling the story of a ‘creative life in software’ – building on Brigid Barron’s development of ‘techno-biographies’ as a way of gaining insight into learning over time and across contexts. I want us to think beyond the more self-evident fact that engaging with software is crucial in the development of all sorts of individual capabilities and competencies to how we might