Five recent play dates

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An advantage of the playground metaphor is that it comes with the activity of going out on ‘play dates’ and developing friendships. In such playful relationships, there is always something at stake, but the interaction is also fun and inherently exploratory. In the following, we take a tour of five recent collaborative projects that the TANTlab has participated in. The projects differ widely and testify to different experiences with collaboration and intervention – from a data print on obesity with other researchers to a Facebook-driven intervention in Aalborg municipality’s primary school reform. Thus, we aim to illustrate what we mean by TANTlab as a techno-antropological playground.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEASST Review
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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  • Prizes

    Ziman Award 2020: TANTlab

    Munk, Anders Kristian (Recipient), Madsen, Anders Koed (Recipient), Birkbak, Andreas (Recipient), Jensen, Torben Elgaard (Recipient), Jacomy, Mathieu (Recipient), Abildgaard, Mette Simonsen (Recipient), Olesen, Asger Gehrt (Recipient), Andersen, Astrid Oberborbeck (Recipient), Mannov, Adrienne (Recipient), Ren, Carina (Recipient) & Thorsen, Sofie (Recipient), 2020

    Prize: Research, education and innovation prizes

  • Research Output

    • 1 Book chapter

    Participatory Data Design: Acting in a digital world

    Jensen, T. E., Birkbak, A., Madsen, A. K. & Munk, A. K., 2021, (Accepted/In press) Making and Doing STS. Downey, G. & Zuiderent-Jerak, T. (eds.). MIT Press

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