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Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas

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Resumen

Este artículo da cuenta de un prototipo digital que indaga por la modificación recíproca entre comunidades de base y artefactos digitales a la vez que encarna hipótesis al respecto de cómo potenciar dicha modificación. Para ello, muestra las conexiones de dicho artefacto con movimientos de ciencia abierta, ciudadana y de garaje, de objetos activistas y de investigación y de la tecnopolítica del software libre. También considera elementos de diseño tenidos en cuenta para la creación del prototipo (auto-referencialidad y boostraping), así como metodológicos desde las apuestas del software como artesanía, como hipótesis y como manera de vincularse y conformar comunidades de práctica.

Keywords

investigación/creación; ciencia ciudadana; artefactos digitales; investigación basada en diseño; narrativas y visualización de datos.research/creation; citizen science; digital artifacts; design-based research; narratives and data visualization

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Luna Cárdenas, O. V. . (2020). Grafoscopio: Un prototipo/hipótesis para indagar sobre cómo cambiamos los artefactos digitales que nos cambian. Signo Y Pensamiento, 39(77). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.syp39-77.gpic
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