After reading my essay on Posthumanism, I see that i have an interest in the subject. especially reading through my feedback, with Sean Hall asking me what it might mean for design. What my interest in the subject and my ability to unpick it will mean in terms of my own design practice this year and beyond.
The design language of old age and frailty. What will my wheelchair, walking stick etc look like?
found a strange bio of my grandad on wikipedia. so although he has gone, he remains in the form of this webpage. Maybe it would be nice to furnish this with more detail as an early experience… make it more organic. and unleash the narrative.
|Full name||David Walter Manville|
|Born||18 August 1934
Hollingbury, Sussex, England
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricinfo, 27 November 2011|
Manville made three first-class appearances for Sussex in the 1956 County Championship against Warwickshire, Kent and Leicestershire. In his three matches, he scored a total of 13 runs at an average of 2.60, with a high score of 8.[2
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MANVILLE (David Walter) The family of the late Mr. David Walter Manville wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes and cards of condolence received during their recent sad loss. Sincere thanks are also extended to the staff at Abbey Grange Care Home and to the Rev. Louise Kenyon for her kind and comforting ministrations.
|Full name:||David Walter Manville|
|Born:||18th August 1934, Hollingbury, Brighton, Sussex, England|
|Relations:||Son: JDJ Manville|
|Teams:||Sussex (Main FC: 1956); Sussex Second XI (Minor Counties Championship: 1951); All teams|
|Lists of matches and more detailed statistics|
|First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1956)|
MANVILLE David Walter Passed away peacefully on August 26, 2015. Husband to the late Sylvia, father to Bruce, Julie, Louise, Samantha, Damian and Justin, grandfather to 14 and great-grandfather to 4. Known for his long cricket career and youth work all over the country. All welcome to celebrate his life at St Mary’s Church at 11.00a.m., on Friday, September 11. Will be loved and missed by so many.