Vol 1 (2016)

Kinesis and Stasis Proceedings

On Friday 27 November 2015, the TECHNE network led its first student-led conference at the Barbican Center: Kinesis and Stasis

Kinesis and Stasis, movement and stillness, embody an essential component of human life, and a fundamental dialectic within any culture. All entities move, and their social milieu evolve with them. Ever-newer waters flow onto those who step into the same river. Yet the constant state of flux and perpetual kinesis of our living world ultimately evokes an enduring stillness: change is the only permanence. Culture is an ever present yet ever evolving form of sociality. Creativity is a moment of reflection and a moment of action, a mode of being and doing. 

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Table of Contents

Notes from the Editors

Alexander C Harden, Fearghus Roulston, Claire Kennan
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Articles

Joanne Williams, Sarah Harvey Richardson
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3-10
Alberto Condotta
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11-19
Louise Atkinson
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20-29
Kaveh Abbasian, Edward Thornton
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30-34
Marta Arnaldi
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35-46
Sarah Foxen
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47-56