CASE STUDY:
I WAS WRONG

Most of the mistakes in thinking are inadequacies of perception rather than mistakes of logic.
— Edward De Bono, Maltese philosopher
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LANGUAGE AND ASSUMPTIONS

As part of a two day workshop I put found items like berries, grass and bird feathers from a nearby park into moulds along with fresh concrete to investigate if concrete had the capability to pause something forever.

This investigation helped me to dig deeper into the concept of permanent and temporary. I used language to analyse and communicate my findings in the form of synonyms that contradicted each other.
There were three berries in the letter A and all three broke out of the concrete without my interference.

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