Design Livre: Cultural Cannibalism for Social Innovation

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  • 1. Design Livre:Cultural Cannibalism forSocial InnovationFrederick van Amstel @fredvanamstelAssociate Researcher at Faber-Ludens Interaction Design Institute - BrazilPhD Researcher at University of Twente - Netherlands3thd International Forum Design as a Process2011 - Politecnico di Torino
  • 2. Indian cannibalism as described by Hans Staden
  • 3. Cannibal Manifesto (1928) by Oswald de Andrade
  • 4. Tropicalism (1960-1970)
  • 5. Digital Culture (2003 - 2009)
  • 6. Gambiologia Group (2008)
  • 7. What Brazilian Design academics were doing at that time?
  • 8. Inspiration from European Interaction Design
  • 9. Faber-Ludens Institute for Interaction Design (2007)
  • 10. 10 blog posts 20.000 views 06 wikis 45 comments 13 participantsOpen Projects that everyone can participate, like Cubezilla (2009)
  • 11. Corais Open Innovation Platform (2011)
  • 12. Related knowledge link
  • 13. Knowledge wiki
  • 14. Corais Ecossystem (actual)
  • 15. Corais Ecossystem (future)
  • 16. Design Livre is not onlyto design using Software Livre.
  • 17. Closed Project Open Project Monolithic Modular Atomic Digital Copyright CopyleftDesign Livre is a new way to conceive the design process
  • 18. OBRIGADO!Frederick van Amstel @fredvanamstelFaber-Ludens Institute for Interaction Designhttp://fredvanamstel.comfrederick.amstel@faberludens.com.br