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Tim Ingold is a British anthropologist, Social Anthropology Professor at the University of Aberdeen, Fellow of the British Academy, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He has explored the relationship between anthropology, architecture, art, and design; and through his work, has invited us to ‘think through making’ and ‘learn by doing’.
Ingold is the author of Evolution and Social Life (Cambridge University Press, 1986); Lines: A Brief History (Routledge, 2007); Making: Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture (Routledge, 2010); and Anthropology: Why it Matters (Polity, 2018), among many other books. In this interview he responds to some questions about the practice of repair in his own daily life, but also the role and comprehension of repair in his intellectual work, and the possible connection between such action and the act of design.
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Ingold, T. (2008). Bringing Things to Life: Creative Entanglements in a World of Materials (NCRM Working Paper Series) [ESRC National Centre for Research Methods]. The University of Manchester.
Ingold, T. (2015). The Life of Lines. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315727240
Ingold, T. (2021). Imagining for Real: Essays on Creation, Attention and Correspondence. Routledge.