Designing a Future Space in Real Spaces: Transforming the Heterogeneous Representations of a “Not Yet Existing” Object
Based on ethnography in a scientific museum, this article analyzes a single case of successive group problem-solving interactions for designing an exhibition as a future space. In the process of multimodal interaction in multiple spaces, heterogeneous resources in real spaces became representations of objects not yet existing and were continuously transformed with reference to a framework for collaborative problem-solving.
KeywordsRepresentation Object not yet existing Group problem solving Multimodality Space
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