Author: decolonisingdesign

Intersectional Perspectives on Design, Politics and Power – Session Two

Why people do not rebel? Issues of self-marginalisation in design for mental health by Paola Pierri In this paper, I will take the opportunity of the Symposium organised by the Decolonising Design Group to explore what does applying a lens on intersectionality do to my practice and my research around issues of participation and agency… Read more »

Intersectional Perspectives on Design, Politics and Power – Session Three

Conflictual design artefacts reveal vertical power relationships by Max Mollon Contemporary issues of occidental society are multi-faceted and addressing them needs bringing multiple points of views around the table. However, making every voice heard is a challenge, especially voices in the margins. On the other hand, the concept of intersectionality allows one to consider how… Read more »

Intersectional Perspectives on Design, Politics and Power – Invited Talks

NOTE: Audios only. Gender, Profession, Age and Class: Employing an Intersectional Approach in Research on the Designer’s Work by Pinar Kaygan TBD: Decolonizing Design in the Canadian Context by Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall A lexicon of concepts? How do we convert the Insights of practice into politically actionable Strategies that draw on the capabilities of designing?… Read more »

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… Read more »

Mapping and Amplifying Decolonised Design Futures

Mapping and Amplifying Decolonised Design Futures  Monday 5 June at 5pm at Goldsmiths, University of London In this age of the anthropocence – in this complex ‘modern’ world – how might groups understand their pasts and presents as gathering futures that fuse humans with things? A fusion that either adds time or takes it away from being human. In this… Read more »