Responding to information obtained through the collaborators’ own lifestyle documentation using the provided “cultural probe kits“, a set of tools was designed for each one of them to communicate the value that seemed to be framing their daily practices.
These kits are designed as means for everyday activism1, intended to help the collaborators communicate and advocate their lifestyle choices during their regular practices.
1. Mansbridge, Jane, and Katherine Flaster. “Cultural Politics of Everyday Discourse: Case of “Male Chauvinist”.” Critical Sociology 33 (2007): 628-629. Web. 4 Jul 2011.