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  • Aims of the meeting- Show use cases and initial platform development experiments Show technology review Agree research contract to continue project with 2020
  • Aims of the meeting- Show use cases and initial platform development experiments Show technology review Agree research contract to continue project with 2020
  • Aims of the meeting- Show use cases and initial platform development experiments Show technology review Agree research contract to continue project with 2020
  • Aims of the meeting- Show use cases and initial platform development experiments Show technology review Agree research contract to continue project with 2020
  • Aims of the meeting- Show use cases and initial platform development experiments Show technology review Agree research contract to continue project with 2020
  • Macp openday june10

    1. 1. MA and Mres Design Critical Practice Welcome Introduction
    2. 2. What do you study? Masters in Design Critical Practice Studio Practice- Spaces Term 1 Studio Practice- Creative Technology Term 2 Studio Practice- Major Project Term3 & 4 Methods and Processes Discourses Critical Context Essays MRes in Design Bring your own project as your research interest Divided into 3 sections 1. Defining the project Term 1 2. Methods and Processes of your project Term 2 3. Doing and exhibiting your work Term 3 & 4
    3. 3. Methods and Processes
    4. 4. <ul><li>The consumption space </li></ul><ul><li>The production space </li></ul><ul><li>The intermediary zone </li></ul>
    5. 5. Materials Speed Dating- Martin Conreen, Materials Library, Kings College
    6. 6. Drawing as reflexive Process
    7. 7. Giles Lane - Proboscis
    8. 9. Student Work MA & MRes
    9. 11. An Introduction to Masters in Design Critical Practice and Mres in Design
    10. 17. Exhibition of Work
    11. 20. Discourse in the Studio
    12. 21. Henri Lefebvre
    13. 22. Slavoj Zizek I don’t believe in combining things. I hate this approach of taking a bit from Lacan, a little bit from Foucault, a little bit from Derrida. No, I don’t believe in this; I believe in clear cut positions. I think that the most arrogant position is the multidisciplinary modesty of ‘what I am saying now is not unconditional; it is just a hypothesis’, and so on. It really is a most arrogant position. I think that the only way to be honest and to expose yourself to criticism is to state clearly and dogmatically where you are. You must take the risk and have a position.
    14. 23. Mike Michael
    15. 24. Elizabeth Shove
    16. 25. Clive Dilnot Essentially design is nothing else but the encounter with given realities (actualities, situations, circumstances, conditions or experiences) in terms of their transformative possibilities and potentialities. Design opens these possibilities…it is the actualisation of the possible. Dilnot, Clive, ‘Design? Ethics?,’ The Archeworks Papers, Vol 1 No 2, 2005

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