This paper explores the practices between consumers, spaces and objects in the enactment of the vintagescape. Unpacked through ethnographic methods over a two-year period at ‘pop-up’ vintage markets in Glasgow, UK, our findings reveal the vintagescape as an ensemble of practices orchestrated and oriented around notions of time and space.
|Publication status||Published - 4 Oct 2013|
|Event||ACR 2013: Making a Difference. The 40th Annual North American Association of Consumer Research Conference - Chicago, United States|
Duration: 3 Oct 2012 → 6 Oct 2012
|Conference||ACR 2013: Making a Difference. The 40th Annual North American Association of Consumer Research Conference|
|Period||3/10/12 → 6/10/12|
- practice theory
- vintage marketing