The Language of Things by Akiko Busch

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“Atmosphere of Objects,” a close examination of the way objects in space inform inhabitation, influence perception and create social dynamics.
Akiko Busch writes about design, culture, and nature for a variety of publications. She is the author of Geography of Home: Writings on Where We Live, The Uncommon Life of Common Objects: Essays on Design and the Everyday, and Nine Ways to Cross a River. The Incidental Steward, her essays about citizen science and stewardship, will be published by Yale University Press in 2013

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One Response to “The Language of Things by Akiko Busch”

  1. Nicholas Says:

    Reblogged this on Installing (Social) Order and commented:
    “Using language as a more complete partner for thinking things (through)” … wow.

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