From Wish You Were Here? to GAMSWEN…Mark Ingham

Journal of Writing in Creative Practice

From Wish You Were Here? to GAMSWEN and onto Designed Dissertations: Connecting the design studio with writing in design
Author:  Mark Ingham
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This review describes the evolution of three art and design ‘writing’ projects delivered during the contextual studies courses of the undergraduate Graphic and Digital Design and 3D Digital Design and Animation programmes in the then Communication Media for Design Department in the University of Greenwich’s School of Architecture, Design and Construction. This review briefly tells the story of how and why these projects have developed over the past five years. 

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ISSN: 17535190
Online ISSN: 17535204
First published in 2008
3 Issues per volume
Volume 5 Issue 2

Cover Date: November 2012

Contents
Writing GOLD: A celebration of writing at Goldsmiths
Authors:  Marl’ene Edwin

Page Start: 175
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Fragmented temp(oralities): A Caribbean perspective of time in literature and art

Page Start: 189
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How to write the perfect beginning and end
Authors:  Naomi Folb And  Aby Watson

Page Start: 205
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Learning from the past to challenge the contemporary context of design: A collaborative enquiry investigating the effect of time on the design process
Authors:  Svenja Bickert And  Edward Johansson

Page Start: 223
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Contours and shadows of selfreflection: Creating a ‘Narrative Hologram’

Page Start: 239
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The art of letters: An epic journey of intimate thought and exchange

Page Start: 251
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No one expects the design inquisition: Searching for a metaphorical solution for thinking, researching and writing through design
Authors:  Julia Lockheart And  Maziar Raein

Page Start: 275
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Making the workshop work: A dialogue between Alke Gröppel-Wegener and Pat Francis

Page Start: 291
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From Wish You Were Here? to GAMSWEN and onto Designed Dissertations: Connecting the design studio with writing in design
Authors:  Mark Ingham 

Page Start: 301
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Practice Ph.D.s, regulation and the elusive Type C
Authors:  Rebekka Kill

Page Start: 319
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BOOK REVIEW
Authors:  Joan Turner

Page Start: 325
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