Drones and Beyond Human Environments

I recently collaborated with two colleagues (who both happen to be called Paul!), Dr Paul Cureton and Professor Paul Coulton on this paper.

The work addresses various perspectives on how to unlock visions of futures where drones play a more visible role in our everyday lives. It builds upon some of the More-Than-Human work that I and Paul have done together previously, and explores what that work means through the unique lens of drones and autonomous aircraft.

The paper has been published in Space and Culture and is open access, available to download over here.

Written by

Dr Joseph Lindley

Joe leads Design Research Works and is a Senior Research Fellow at Lancaster University. He is passionate about the value of Design Research, in particular in applying that value to the challenges associated with emerging technologies, rapid societal change, and living sustainably. Probably best described as a 'generalist' his research practice usually involves material engagements with possible futures.