Structure and Undisciplining

By Catherine Price

Reflecting on the sessions this morning, there appears to be an undercurrent of structure to how we think and talk about undisciplining. Even if we want to challenge ideas and push back against existing boundaries, in order for this to be effective, this has to be in a structured way. This raised questions in my mind of what undisciplining means and how do we achieve this. If we want to create interventions do we have to apply structure to these interventions in order for them to be effective? Is this undisciplining  or is structure imposing a set of rules on our interventions? If undisciplining is trying to open up dialogues, does imposing structure in order to achieve our aims, actually close conversations down? It will be interesting to see if I can find answers to these questions over the course of the conference.

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