INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 2
Everything that surrounds us has been designed,
even what we consider to be ‘natural’ is heavily shaped by human influences. The consequences of industrial production have become clearer and as designers sitting at the heart of these systems, how do we design responsibly in an age of radical technological change, unpredictability, conflicting opinions and multiple methods, within a world at the limits of its resources?
This blog documents processes, workshops and events capturing how design ideas evolve over time, using iterative processes and multiple perspectives:
OXYGEN EXCHANGE BETWEEN PLANTS AND HUMANS –
the film set is taken outside to try some experiments in the park
Set Building Workshop
With Bernhard Ranner
Imagination and the Real World: Testing possible futures using parallel realities.
Vienna Biennale 2015
Ideas for Change
GERM TOYS –
what if you could use artificial bacterial diversity to improve your childs immune system?
THE HEALTH DISTRIBUTORS –
What role does the pharmacy have as a distributor of our future health?
how could the quality and characteristics of fruits be measured, monitored and evaluated in a commercial surrounding?
When is food discarded? Can ethical value become economic value by making jam from discarded fruits in retail?