MOVING PLANTS im Palmengarten

Ausstellung, 2. September – 18. Oktober 2020

L’Esprit – Absolventenausstellung 2020

Ausstellung, 19. September – 18. Oktober 2020

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Hajra Waheed "HUM" im Portikus

Ausstellung, 11. Juli – 6. September 2020

Hassan Khan: The Keys to the Kingdom

Online Vortrag, 9. Juli 2020, 19:00

Akira Takayama: Richard Wagner meets McDonald's

Online Vortrag, 7. Juli 2020, 19:00

Chris Speed: Co-Designing with Things

Online Vortrag, 2. Juli 2020, 19:00

Vortragsreihe Sommersemester — Juli 2020

Online Vortrag, 2. – 31. Juli 2020

André Vida: Chiral Rapture; or, the Ambiguities

Online Vortrag, 30. Juni 2020, 19:00

Cooking Sections: Cases of Confusion

Online Vortrag, 2. Juni 2020, 19:00

Vortragsreihe Sommersemester — Juni 2020

Online Vortrag, 2. – 30. Juni 2020

Emilija Škarnulytė: Sunken City

Online Vortrag, 21. Mai 2020, 19:00

Lucy Cotter: Reclaiming Artistic Research

Online Vortrag, 19. Mai 2020, 19:00

Iman Issa: Proxies, with a Life of Their Own

Online Vortrag, 5. Mai 2020, 19:00

Ulrika Karlsson: Interiors after Images

Vortrag, 20. Februar 2020, 19:00

Rundgang 2020

Veranstaltung, 14. – 16. Februar 2020

Water Cooler Talks

Veranstaltung, 14. – 16. Februar 2020

Rundgang Party 2020

Veranstaltung, 14. Februar 2020, 23:00

Melissa Gordon: The Embarrassment of SUCKCESS

Vortrag, 5. Februar 2020, 19:00

Aneta Rostkowska

Vortrag, 29. Januar 2020, 19:00

David Brüll: Bottom-Up Coded Cultures

Vortrag, 27. Januar 2020, 19:00

Oliver Tessmann: Material-Digital

Vortrag, 23. Januar 2020, 19:00

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Chris Speed: Co-Designing with Things

Online Vortrag2. Juli 2020, 19:00

What happens when we give physical things their own money to spend? How can this alter power relationships and shift social dynamics? Chris Speed will explore these questions by highlighting the use of smart contracts in design, from a coffee machine that lets you vote for your coffee bean and pays those who clean it, to a hairdryer that trades on the energy market to offer the best price for drying your hair. Design is increasingly adopting a more-than-human position in order to better understand the limitations of human-centered perspectives that marginalize other living and non-living actors. By introducing projects that disrupt human agency, Chris Speed will explore how ‘apocalyptic design’ case studies for the Centre for Design Informatics reconfigure human and more-than-human relations and how they rebalance the use of agency away from the user.

Prof. Chris Speed is Chair of Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh where he collaborates with a wide variety of partners to explore how design provides methods to adapt and create products and services within a networked society. He is the Director of the Institute for Design Informatics that is home to a combination of researchers working across the fields of interaction design, temporal design, anthropology, software engineering, and FinTech as well as the PhD, MA/MFA, MSc, and Advanced MSc programs.

Der Vortrag findet in englischer Sprache statt.


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