In this chapter I draw from a personal learning experience as a participant of the NeoRural Futures summer school, a teaching format that explored the role of Speculative Design in education. Using insights from feminist new materialism to explore and reflect on the learning process, I establish the importance of embodied speculation when learning about (future) geographies. The narrative shows how aesthetic experiences are enabled by material artefacts, and that they support discursive negotiation and sense-making while at the same time they create confusion and challenge established conceptions of knowledge.
|Title of host publication||Speculative geographies|
|Place of Publication||Singapore|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Nov 2022|
- Speculative design
- Embodied learning
- Summer school