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Impact! 
Ethical reflection through art, experience and interaction
For “Impact! Ethical reflection through art, experience and interaction”, I coached TU Delft students through workshops and personal guidence to express their ethical questions through visual media with the goal of engaging the public in their ethical concerns. An effective innovative way of teaching ethics in which not only the product, but also the process became an experience that sticks.
The final works were exhibited in an exhibition at Prinsenkwartier, Delft (International Festival of Technology), the TU Delft Library and ECP Jaarcongres The Hague.

What is Impact! ?
Impact! Is an initiative of Zoë Robaey and Shannon Spruit, two PhD candidates at the philosophy section of TU Delft. Their work revolves around ethical aspects of the development and introduction of new technologies in society.
The idea of Impact! developed through the regular ethics curriculum for engineering students at the TU Delft. Writing is the main medium of philosophy and the field relies on the quality of argumentation. However, this is not always the most accessible tool to communicate for students from technical backgrounds. This is why Robaey and Spruit explored the idea to develop other forms of expression for students to express their ethical views.

The final works were exhibited in an exhibition at Prinsenkwartier, Delft (International Festival of Technology), the TU Delft Library and ECP Jaarcongres The Hague. The Impact! project has been presented at several national and international events (Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, Changing Worlds Conference, Vienna)