Throughout life, I have been taught to think by generalizing, ordering, discretizing, modeling, measuring, calculating, objectifying, structuring, and so forth. Educated in the Netherlands and trained as an industrial designer, I possess a skill set built profoundly upon these approaches. With them, I feel acquainted and comfortable; they form a solid basis for my being in the world. But ever since I was introduced to the writing of David Abram  and embraced by Kees Overbeeke, becoming enchanted by his Designing Quality in Interaction group and their approach  to design doing, it became apparent to me that there…
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