Reciprocal Design: Exploring Hands-On Remaking with Early Modern Objects

Reciprocal Design: Exploring Hands-On Remaking with Early Modern Objects

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Manchester Art Gallery - Mary Greg Room

Mosley Street

Manchester

M2 3JL

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This workshop is part of ‘Affective Artefacts’, a series of events exploring the links between affectivity, emotions, and material culture

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The second in person workshop of this semester's Affective Artefacts event series will delve deeper into the topics introduced in our public talk Reciprocal Design: Exploring Hands-On Remaking with Early Modern Objects. Join us at Manchester Art Gallery for an opportunity to see some of the most interesting artefacts from their collection.

This series has been organised by The Bodies, Emotions and Material Culture Collective, Manchester. For more information please contact Stefan Hanß (stefan.hanss@manchester.ac.uk) or Sasha Handley (sasha.handley@manchester.ac.uk).

For event enquires, you can contact us by email at jrl.events@manchester.ac.uk or telephone on 0161 306 0555.

Image: Leonardo da Vinci, A Cloudburst of Material Possessions, c. 1506–12. Royal Collection Trust. Wikimedia commons.

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