Revaluanding desde paralelos de orígenes: diseños cotidianos y economías circulares de segunda mano

Translated title of the contribution: Revaluing from parallels of origins: everyday designs and second-hand circular economies

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This article presents reflexions from my practice of Everyday Designing for Revaluing for/with second-hand things at a charity shop in Melbourne, Australia. This practice and theory are situated at the intersection between the fields of Everyday Design, Participatory and Anthropological Design. Everyday in this context of second-hand involves the local participation of people who donate, shop and work as volunteers. Besides presenting this design practice, in this article I reflect about the ways in which I position between Norths and Souths at this research site (in geographic, conceptual and personal terms). I do so by proposing the notion of “parallels of origins” and writing in Spanglish as a narrative tool.
Translated title of the contributionRevaluing from parallels of origins: everyday designs and second-hand circular economies
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationPDC 2020
PublisherPDC (Participatory Design Conference)
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventParticipatory Design Conference 2020 - Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia
Duration: 15 Jun 202019 Jun 2020
Conference number: 16th (Proceedings)


ConferenceParticipatory Design Conference 2020
Abbreviated titlePDC 2020
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