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posted on 2024-03-26, 10:44 authored by SWISP Lab, KATHRYN COLEMANKATHRYN COLEMAN, SARAH HEALYSARAH HEALY

A chatterbox is also the name given to a paper craft item used to tell fortunes or reveal secrets. Chatterboxes are made from folding a paper template to create a pyramid-like structure that has flaps that open to reveal certain messages or pictures. We have designed a 'what if' SWISP Lab chatterbox for creative and critical thinking, speculative concepts, exploring wicked concepts and problematising practice through random questions. An integral part of the The Futures of Learning Speculative Design Toolkit that arises from the urgent need for innovative models of community-based education that explore human-land-technology relationships as collective expression and mobilisation of knowledge.

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