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Intervention Design workshop 2 at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Tecnology

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Second workshop in the course Intervention Design at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Technology.

Second workshop in the course Intervention Design at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Technology.

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  • 1. intervention design: from theory to design praxis
  • 2. a bit more theory: modernism and postmoderism what about design: design as way of changing the world assignment: is design bad? watching monteiro workshop 2 - a brief outline assignment: reading mcluhan making teams and first global brainstorm session
  • 3. 4buchla synthesizer by morton subotnick
  • 4. <<understanding media>> (1964)
  • 5. <<one-dimensional man>> (1964)
  • 6. 7how to understand both points of view today? (post)modernity
  • 7. “we live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning” jean baudrillard (1929-2007)
  • 8. world exhibition 1958: philips pavilion
  • 9. brasilia (1960)
  • 10. 11 arnold schönberg (1874 - 1951)
  • 11. modernism • firm believe in progress • one ideology • history is bunk (after henry ford) • the world is manageable • in fact: everything is manageable (even you) • key principles: •rationalization •objectification •science is truth
  • 12. world trade center, new york (1973)
  • 13. theodor adorno (1903 - 1969)
  • 14. paris (1968)
  • 15. detroit (around 1967)
  • 16. the netherlands (1973)
  • 17. ‘the spatialization of culture under pressure of organized capitalism’ fredric jameson’s definition of postmodernity
  • 18. 19
  • 19. 1. nostalgia 2. irony 3. reenacting a historical situation 4. simulation of sensation 5. consummative engagement 6. over identification the implosion of meaning: signs to recognize postmodernism
  • 20. nostalgia/retromania
  • 21. irony (very common in art and pop culture)
  • 22. simulation of sensation
  • 23. reenactment
  • 24. authenticity (or consummative engagement)
  • 25. over identification
  • 26. “the simulation of something that never really existed” hyperreality
  • 27. daft punk - robot rock (2005)
  • 28. 30back in one hour! intermezzo! assignment: reading mcluhan
  • 29. back to the world exhibition in 1958
  • 30. futurist manifest (1909)
  • 31. manifest of De Stijl (1918)
  • 32. bauhaus (1919-1933)
  • 33. ray and charles eames (50s, 60s)
  • 34. dieter rams: as little design as possible (50s, 60s, 70s)
  • 35. dieter rams: ten principles for good design
  • 36. helvica (1961)
  • 37. david carson: intrusive design as praxis (90s)
  • 38. massoud hassani: mine kafon (2012)
  • 39. michiel schwarz: sustainism
  • 40. sustainism is the new modernism
  • 41. principles of sustainist design
  • 42. michiel schwarz: sustainismback in one hour! intermezzo! assignment: watching monteiro
  • 43. now your on your own: making teams!
  • 44. homework? see blog!