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A School for Design Fiction: Department of Pataphysics: In Photos: 21 September 2016

Yesterday James Langdon and Peter Nencini ran a workshop for visitors on the mysterious science of Pataphysics, in connection with Mould Map 6 — Terraformers.

Below are a few photos from part of the afternoon, where participants were reorganising an existing text using alternative methods of paragraph blocking, led by James Langdon:

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“RIP to the world we used to have” – a remnant left in the studio from last year’s NTU Fine Art students over the summer… an interesting idea considering the “world-building” themes of the Mould Map 6 exhibition…

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