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3 July 2017 - 9 July 2017

Understanding is natural and normal, misunderstanding un-natural and abnormal. It is the mis-understanding that requires explanation, makes us pause and think, sets minds moving, triggers the process of conscious knowledge-building. […] ‘Misunderstandings’ are many, all specific and different, and they can and are thought of in the plural. […] This is the challenge of which knowledge is born. Knowledge picks up from the point of breach, disruption, mis-understanding.  (Zygmunt Bauman, Postmodern Ethics)