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bricolage, poetics, spacing

Humanities Department, University of Derby, Derby, NG14 6AW Derbyshire, UK
Humanities 2017, 6(4), 95; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6040095
Received: 20 October 2017 / Revised: 23 November 2017 / Accepted: 23 November 2017 / Published: 28 November 2017
Contemporary concern for bricolage both transcends and supersedes de Certeau’s important intervention that resituated the term as actions undertaken in everyday life. In particular, he engaged the notion of bricolage in ways that presented tactics, evasions, resistances, ruses and even tricks in his consideration of everyday life as practiced. Whilst these considerations may be read, as indeed he asserted, as ‘making do’, there are further possibilities of this term. For example, bricolage may be considered to ‘occur’. In this we may take the anthropologist Hallam and Ingold’s grasp of creativity as something in our bodily and mental response to situations, calm, anxious and otherwise; responding to the detail of a situation, a required or desired action. View Full-Text
Keywords: space; affectivities; atmosphere; feeling; bricolage; poetics; spacing space; affectivities; atmosphere; feeling; bricolage; poetics; spacing
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Crouch, D. bricolage, poetics, spacing. Humanities 2017, 6, 95.

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