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20 situation of their work" (Carter 2007:19).

This is exactly what Hadlow and Lugg engage in: "…the making process always issues from, and folds back into a social relation…It is this back-and-forth or discourse, that provides the testing-ground of new ideas, and which establishes their interest" (Ibid).

Carter also examines the potential of a cultural object to remain changeable: "…from the point of view of creative research, materials are always in a state of becoming...