Talk 7: The Movement of Cultural Interpretation – Pattern is Now Good, Pattern is Now Bad (Clips from Ikea’s “Chuck Out Your Chintz” campaign, c.1993.)
Thanks to the Fashioning and Ethical Industry Bulletin for highlighting these upcoming talks – Slow Textiles: Making the Myths Visible-A New Approach to Sustainability in Design & Design Education 2009/10. The slow textiles group presents a platform for Design, Community, Dialogue and the dissemination of Textile Methodologies that are Sustaining as well as Sustainable. There are 9 talks in total. You can catch the details on the Social Alterations Events Calendar. Stay tuned for more updates- sessions 1-5 are up on the calendar, but the dates for sessions 6-9 are TBA.
Dr. Emma Neuberg’s forthcoming talks and workshops are designed to stimulate debate in and around the subject of Sustainable Thinking in Design & Design Education. These unique and pioneering dialogues arise from 15 years teaching experience and design research. They weave design, design education, psychology, well-being theory, sociology and semiotics into a new structure for study and dialogue.
Talk 1(November 21st, 2009): Oppression and Dysfunction Through Design – A Window on to Destructive Social Aspects of Design
Talk 2 (February 27th, 2010): Different Ways of Thinking – An Introduction to Making Thought Conscious
Talk 3 (March 13th, 2010): Identification of Designers’ Motivations – Locating & Giving Voice to the Designer’s Long-term Vision
Talk 4 (May 15th, 2010): Group Dynamics, Power Struggles & Social Hierarchies – Shedding Light on Old Patterns of Production
Talk 5 (June 26th, 2010): Imperative Psychoanalytic Tools for Design Practice – Introduction to Projection and the Mechanics of Enactment
Talk 6 (TBA): Repression and Dysfunction in Design – A Window on to the Dark Forces Manifest in Products
Talk 7 (TBA): The Movement of Cultural Interpretation – Pattern is Now Good, Pattern is Now Bad
Talk 8 (TBA): Imperative Psychoanalytic Tools for Critical Theory – An Introduction to Object Relations Theory
Talk 9 (TBA): Semiotics as Starting Place – A Designer’s Constructive Tool
Source: FEI Bulletin