Previous readers may have noticed that we have recently updated the design of our site. We hope you enjoy the new look! For those who are curious, we are pleased to say that all of the typeface choices have been sourced from Libre Fonts by Womxn (ht @Mitropoulos_A). Our selections include Bitter by Sol Matas, Marvel… Read more »
Over the past few months, we have been adding some new content to the Decolonising Design website. What’s new on the site? “Barbed Wire: The Colonial Legacy of Design in Postcolonial Times”—a new guest post by Ksenija Berk Back in June, Danah, Luiza and Tristan from the Decolonising Design (DD) group presented a paper at… Read more »
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.
Date: 14-15 November 2016 | Location: House C, Fifth Floor, Niagara Building, Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University, Sweden
FYI: In recent years, the relationship between sound, gender and technology has gained increasing attention. There have been a number of practitioner networks, informational resources, theoretical interventions, archives and educational initiatives established in the hope of tackling the gendered exclusions from and disparities within the technocentric fields of electronic music and audio production. Many of… Read more »