Socrates's idea that the unexamined life is not worth living, holds particular meaning when choosing the lens of autoethnographic research. The narrative presented in this chapter deals with my growing self-awareness as creative designer, lecturer, and artist that manifested during two collaborations. During the first collaboration at a local art gallery, I juxtaposed my creative work with that of Marlene de Beer, my partner and colleague in the jewellery design programme at a university of technology.
de Beer, C. (2016)., Creative self-awareness, in D. Pillay, I. Naicker & K. Pithouse-Morgan (eds.), Academic autoethnographies, Rotterdam, SensePublishers, pp. 49-68.
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