Marcel Pufal

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Research is often inspired by visions of the future. These visions can take on various narrative forms, and can fall anywhere along the spectrum from utopian to dystopian. Even though we recognize the importance of such visions to help us shape research questions and inspire rich design spaces to be explored, the opportunity to discuss them is rarely given(More)
In this paper we explore how <i>design fiction</i> -- an increasingly common and relevant strategy within HCI and the Digital Humanities -- can be used to get <i>purchase</i> on the future. In particular, we address how design fictional methods allow researchers to construct arguments about feared or dystopian futures within the context of <i>collapse(More)
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