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QUESTIONS OFRESPONSIVE INTERACTIONS WITH SPACE, OBJECTS & EACHOTHER.
A New Art/ Movement     or Vandalism?Damien Hirst, Black Sheep (2000)expropriated by an unknown artist whopoured black ink...
New Art Movement        or   Vandalism? Article on Defacement of Mark     Rothko’s Painting ‘Black on                Maroo...
DesigninteractionsTodayMoses parting the Red Sea/Controlling the Weather?Random International: Rain Room4 October 2012 - 3...
Interactions in Design, Spatial,    Architectural, Sensory: ‘Rain Room’Space – User Interaction – Collaborative Immersion ...
Renew Bin Launched January 2012 in London
Renew Bin Launched January 2012 in London• Reading the News and recycling on the go?• Generating a cleaner safer London?Re...
‘Renew Bin’    The product: A question of site, space, functionality and    interactivity, and time.•   Mediatisation of t...
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  1. 1. QUESTIONS OFRESPONSIVE INTERACTIONS WITH SPACE, OBJECTS & EACHOTHER.
  2. 2. A New Art/ Movement or Vandalism?Damien Hirst, Black Sheep (2000)expropriated by an unknown artist whopoured black ink in the tank.
  3. 3. New Art Movement or Vandalism? Article on Defacement of Mark Rothko’s Painting ‘Black on Maroon (1958):http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2012/oct/08 /defaced-tate-modern-rothkoArresting Vladimir Umanet:http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2012/ oct/09/rothko?INTCMP=SRCHAn act of ‘Yellowism’, claimed inUmanets’ & Lodyga’s manifesto: http://www.thisisyellowism.com/Articles on 7 other incidents of renewing/ expropriating/vadalising artworks: http://now-here-this.timeout.com/2012/10/08/art- attack-7-acts-of-vandalism-in-london-galleries/
  4. 4. DesigninteractionsTodayMoses parting the Red Sea/Controlling the Weather?Random International: Rain Room4 October 2012 - 3 March 2013, in The Curve:http://www.barbican.org.uk/artgallery/event-detail.asp?ID=13723Random Internationals PORTFOLIO:http://random-international.com/http://random-international.com/work/Guardian Review of Rain Room:http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2012/oct/03/random-internationalrainbarbican
  5. 5. Interactions in Design, Spatial, Architectural, Sensory: ‘Rain Room’Space – User Interaction – Collaborative Immersion –Material responsiveness – Participant Navigation –Synchronic relations between object & subject – Causeand Effect relations – Design reliant on Co-dependentrelations – Mapping Positive and Negative Space –Ergonomic relations of Product – Bodily responsiveness– Facilitating Inter-subjective Encounters – HeighteningSensory Perception – Sound Scapes – MappingSpaces/Mapping the Body – Intersections in design –Interrelating Space Architecture and Product.
  6. 6. Renew Bin Launched January 2012 in London
  7. 7. Renew Bin Launched January 2012 in London• Reading the News and recycling on the go?• Generating a cleaner safer London?Renew Bin Advertisement:http://renewsolution.com/Report on Renew Bin & comment from CEO:http://uk.reuters.com/video/2012/02/16/bomb-proof-bins-for-london-streets?videoId=230275238
  8. 8. ‘Renew Bin’ The product: A question of site, space, functionality and interactivity, and time.• Mediatisation of the Public Space / Mediatisation of Public Services.• Recycling as a Site for Mediatisation.• Is every surface a potential site for a screen?• Design interfaces, sites for ‘screen based’ interaction.• Recycling and information.• What’s the difference between rubbish and recycling?• Elevating the status of the refuse, rubbish?• What is the relation between the screen and the notion of recycling, the city and it’s potential users?• Multipurpose functionality: Bomb proof, eco friendly, news feed, recycling…?• How does this integrate Capitalism & the State?
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