Jayne Wallace

s.j.wallace@dundee.ac.uk |

Jayne Wallace

Jayne was a Research associate in the Digital Interaction Group until 2010. Since then she has held the posts of Senior Lecturer and then Reader in Design at Northumbria University and is now Reader in Design and Dundee Fellow at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee.


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Associated Projects

  • Spheres of Wellbeing
    The Spheres of Wellbeing are a set artefacts specifically designed for a group of six women who live in the medium secure services of a forensic hospital in the UK. These women present a very vulnerable group due to the severity of their mental heal...
    August 30, 2011
  • Tales of I
    Tales of I is a installation developed in collaboration with an adult mental health and learning disability development unit. Many residents of the unit have chronic dementia, and the room is intended to help trigger pleasant memories. Tales of I c...
    August 30, 2011
  • Embodied Selves in Transition: Disabled Young
    Currently, we do not know much about what it is like for young people with physical disabilities to transition into adolescence, how a physical disability can interact with their changing body and complicate societal assumptions about how an adolescent...
    August 30, 2011
  • CraftCube
    The CraftCube initiative presented new and exciting ways of displaying, interpreting and accessing contemporary craft with a focus on new technology. The aim of the research-based CraftCube series was to champion and expose to a broader audience practi...
    August 30, 2011
  • Personhood in Dementia
    Jewellery is inherently connected to the body: as a symbol of self, as a witness to our experiences, as a conduit to transport us to other times, places and people and because it signifies aspects of identity and inter-personal relationships. The role ...
    August 30, 2011
  • Lovers' Box
    The Lovers’ Box is a digital artefact designed to engage couples in reflections on their relationship. Users open their personalised wooden box with a key that they then place on an RFID reader inside to play a recorded message. This can be anything ...
    August 30, 2011
 
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