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13 MARCH 2011

The process of conceptualisation can be seen as an emergent process that involves the constant re-projection of prior understanding onto new and changing circumstances

"An inspiring new website for digital culture and creative practices has been created by School of Art & Design academic Simon Perkins. The Folksonomy – www.folksonomy.co – is a knowledge commons and social bookmarking tool for digital culture and creative practice. The brainchild of Simon Perkins, as part of his research, the Folksonomy simplifies the process of clipping references and features photographs, videos and published documents. The Folksonomy is simultaneously a device for engaging with and a product of digital culture. It acts as a teaching tool for supporting the generation of ideas and digital culture creative practice. The research project is of a broader practice that extends from creative technology and design teaching and is focused on the nature of knowledge construction within digital culture environments. One of the unique aspects of the site is the way content is categorised, as it simultaneously belongs to multiple and sometimes contradictory categories, encouraging the viewer to make new discoveries. This sits in stark contrast to the more traditional logic conventionally employed by libraries and computer operating systems where books and files are organised according to a linear, centralised and hierarchical form. Simon says: 'The process of conceptualisation can be seen as an emergent process that involves the constant re–projection of prior understanding onto new and changing circumstances. The Folksonomy tool aims to support this type of tactical interaction through its use of linking and association.'"

(Steve Goodhew, 2010, p.140–141)

Fig.1 Simon Perkins (2010) 'Stellarscope Constellations'.

2). Steve Goodhew (ed.) (2010). 'OPEN: 50 RESEARCH PROJECTS exploring the boundaries of creativity', College of Art & Design and Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University.

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20 JANUARY 2004

The Virtual Tutorial Gallery: promoting dialogic approaches to learning

'The Virtual Tutorial Gallery' is an on–line publishing system organised around the metaphor of a virtual fine art gallery. The system was designed by Jillian Hamilton to be used as a pedagogical tool within an art history context. The tool allows students to curate their own virtual 'shows'.

Jillian Hamilton. 1999 Computers and the History of Art, Vol.8(2) / The Virtual Tutorial Gallery: A Dialogic Approach to Multimedia and Art History Education, MALAYSIA: Overseas Publishers Association.

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1999art history • art history education • Computers and the History of Art (CHArt) • curatingcurating exhibitionscurationcuratorial practicedialogicdialogic approachdigital curationJillian Hamiltonmetaphormultimediaonline gallery • online publishing system • pedagogical toolpublishing systemvirtual • virtual fine art gallery • virtual gallery • virtual show • Virtual Tutorial Gallery (1999)
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