Orange Tangent Study


A boutique consultant service created by

learner

Kameelah Janan Rasheed



Sometimes, we must go on a tangent to get to where we need to go.





A

tangent1

can be a

generative digression2

or an

abrupt change in course3

that introduces you to new ideas. Tangents are not 

mistakes4

; rather, they are invitations.

Orange Tangent Study is a

study5

partner that supports tentacular, transdisciplinary, and agile approaches to developing your projects. Basically, we are playing together, looking together, and wandering together

We enjoy working with individuals and teams interested in designing generative experiences across all environments (a classroom, your living room, a church, a museum, a book/the page, etc.). 


Orange Tangent Study does not have clients; we have co-learners or study buddies. Come learn and study with us!

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Moving beyond learning as something to be completed and something only possible within “classrooms,” I mean learning as a process of radical slowing down/deceleration in the context of almost compulsory acceleration under the current conditions; an attentiveness to a velocity that allows for a patient and nuanced reading; an engagement with curiosity, serendipity, improvisation, and tangents. Learning is a persistent reminder of the shifting ecologies of what it means to know something.

3 //

Butler, Octavia, and Samuel Delany. “Octavia Butler Samuel Delany.” Science Fiction-Media in Transition, August 29, 1998. 
http://web.mit.edu/m-i-t/science_fiction/transcripts/
butler_delany_index.html


4//

Giovanni, Nikki. “Ego-Tripping (there may be a reason why).” in My house; poems. New York: HarperCollins, 1972.


5 //

Harney, Stefano, and Fred Moten. Essay. In The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study, 110. Wivenhoe: Minor Compositions, 2013.

 


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© Orange Tangent Study 2020

© Orange Tangent Study 2020

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