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Turner, M. (2007). Beyond beyond. Journal of Visual Culture. 6, 349-353. doi:10.1177/1470412907084513. ISSN 1470-4129
My paper reviews the evidence for, and the reasons why science exhibit design evidently fails to convey cognitive knowledge through affective display. Evidence is drawn on pi...
Turner, M., & Pang, B. (2006). Trading Places: cultural imaginaries of the Pearl River Delta. Hong Kong Art School / Arts Development Council
Turner, M. (2003). Hong Kong design and Sino-American trade negotiations. In K. Law, & K. Lee (Eds.), The Economy of Hong Kong in Non-Economic Perspectives, 130-141. Oxford (Asia)
My article considers how ‘originality and imitation’ in design is perceived as an intrinsic quality, but may be better understood as a relative quality when viewed from the pe...
The Scottish Institute for Remanufacture
Leather is used in many luxury and utilitarian goods in our daily life. While many leather products, previously thought of as heirlooms, have become more replaceable and throwaway, many still aspire t...
Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw
The project focuses on the creation of responsive, wearable objects that create playful interactions by sensing bodily and environmental stimuli, and expressing these through activating elements that ...
Heriot Watt University
This project proposes utilising high quality Scottish ‘unused’ textiles, including pieces of yarn and fabric that are too small to be used in apparel or upholstery production, in a ‘powdered’ form. Th...
Turner, M. (2002). Dissolving the people. In N. Pun, & L. Yee (Eds.), Narrating Hong Kong Culture and Identity, 24-51. Oxford University Press
Rodgers, P., Rogers, J., Anusas, M., Milton, A., Pengelly, J., Whittet, C., …Kasprzak, M. (2007). Product Scotland: bringing designers, anthropologists, artists and engineers together. In Proceedings of Engineering and Product Design Conference, 377-382
This paper describes the work of Product Scotland, a collaborative network of product designers, anthropologists, artists and engineers based in Scotland. One of the key aims ...