Design and Culture, Vol. 10, n.1 (2018) – Decolonising Design

For the past year, we have been curating and co-editing a special issue for the Design and Culture Journal. We are happy to announce that Volume 10, Issue 1 is out now and includes contributions from Dimeji Onafuwa, Nadine Botha, Uzma Rizvi, Ali Musleh, Uncle Charles Moran + Uncle Greg Harrington + Norm Sheehan, and a roundtable with the eight of us.

Click here to read the issue

We are planning to publish our roundtable directly on our platform, so stay tuned!

DD at Beyond Change: the Swiss Design Network Conference

As part of our participation in the Beyond Change conference in Basel (8-10 March 2018), we are moderating a programme titled “Sorry to be heavy, but heavy is the cost” consisting of two sessions.

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What’s new on

Over the past few months, we have been adding some new content to the Decolonising Design website. What’s new on the site?

Lastly, we would like to remind our readers that our platform is open to guest contributors. We welcome plural voices on design and decoloniality, and in languages other than English. Contact us at decolonisingdesign[at]gmail[dot]com.

Intersectional Perspectives on Design, Politics and Power – Online Audios and Papers

We have published (most of) the papers and all audio talks and debates from our first Symposium on Intersectionality and Design, held at the Malmö University in November 2016.

Please head to this link to find all the sessions, talks, and pdfs, as well as listen to the debates that followed each session.

On the dynamics and vocabularies of co-option, care and the subaltern – PARSE at the Research Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale

Danah, Luiza, and Tristan, from the DD group, will be speaking on June 10th at the Research Pavilion from Venice Biennale. More infos below:

Platform for Artistic Research (PARSE) presents:

Exclusive Access: On the dynamics and vocabularies of co-option, care and the subaltern

Research Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale
June 10-11, 2017
Sala del Camino Campo s. Cosmo 621, Giudecca, Venice – vaporetto Palanca

PARSE at Venice Biennale


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