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social design before Social Design

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Slides for a presentation given in the Design Academy Eindhoven to the master students.

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social design before Social Design

  1. 1. SOCIAL DESIGN BEFORE SOCIAL DESIGN (SOME EXPERIENCES ON SOCIALLY ENGAGED PRACTICES FROM ACROSS THE ATLANTIC)
  2. 2. 1. ANECDOTE 2. SOCIAL DESIGN? 3. DIALOGICAL DESIGN 4. EXPERIENCES 5. MANUEL & SIMON
  3. 3. Doris Salcedo - 1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings (Istanbul)
  4. 4. SOCIAL DESIGN
  5. 5. MFA Social Design MFA Social Design - Arts as Urban Innovation MFA Design - Social Design specialization
  6. 6. !MPACT Design for Social Change (6 week program) MFA Design for Social Innovation MFA Design - Social Design MDes Social Design
  7. 7. WHAT DOES IT MEAN, THEN, TO STUDY A PROGRAM CALLED SOCIAL DESIGN?
  8. 8. DO YOU STUDY SOCIAL DESIGN TO BECOME A SOCIAL DESIGNER?
  9. 9. “Man and Humanity is the entire world and much more. At the same time, it also is a projection to the Third world, of which I – being a Belgian with our Congo trauma - don’t believe that we can live up to that suggestion from this academy. If we were able to live up to it, I truly wonder if It would be anything else than a way to get rid of our guilt, instead of actually trying to solve things. I choose a less ambitious principle. Social Design is a kind of playground for which everyone will have his own definition of course, but it is a work field within which you can easily define a cluster of definitions and concepts. We’re not planning on healing the world, but we can change it a little bit. Moving a small rock in the river is a great start” A CRITICAL DIALOGUE. Interview with Jan Boelen. 2012
  10. 10. FRAME YOUR OWN PRACTICE -DIALOGICAL DESIGN-
  11. 11. “When I speak about dialogical design, I do not only refer to a set of skills or a way of working, but it defines my practice in a broader sense. With this, I mean that the dialogue is not only process, but also result; just not a final result, but a series of temporary results that would always loop back in the process (a conclusion we came up with Jeanne van Heeswijk during a conversation). This makes my projects a never-ending process of producing, making things public, reflecting and looping back into production. This never-ending process does not lead to “an outcome”, but to an on-going collection of content, which functions as a radiography of the project in a specific moment” IT IS WHAT IT IS. Master thesis Pablo Calderón Salazar. 2013.
  12. 12. (EXPERIENCES ON SOCIALLY ENGAGED PRACTICES FROM ACROSS THE ATLANTIC)
  13. 13. INDIGENOUS, PEASANTS AND AFRO-COLOMBIAN PRACTICES MINGA TRUEQUE (BARTER) MANO CAMBIADA
  14. 14. MINGA INDÍGENA. Indigenous Communities of Colombia and SA.
  15. 15. LA MINGA (Barter Festival). Choachí, Colombia.
  16. 16. LA MINGA (Barter Festival). Choachí, Colombia.
  17. 17. MANOCAMBIADA. Nuquí (Colombian Pacific).
  18. 18. MANOCAMBIADA. Nuquí (Colombian Pacific).
  19. 19. OTHER PRACTICES
  20. 20. ANTANAS MOCKUS. Mayor of Bogotá from 1995-1997 and 2001-2003
  21. 21. ANTANAS MOCKUS. Mayor of Bogotá from 1995-1997 and 2001-2003
  22. 22. ANTANAS MOCKUS. Mayor of Bogotá from 1995-1997 and 2001-2003
  23. 23. LAW + CULTURE / SOCIETY - MORAL
  24. 24. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  25. 25. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  26. 26. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  27. 27. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  28. 28. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  29. 29. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  30. 30. Centro Experimental Las Gaviotas. Paolo Lugari.
  31. 31. 100 in 1 day. Bogotá 2012.
  32. 32. 100 in 1 day. Bogotá 2012.
  33. 33. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  34. 34. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  35. 35. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  36. 36. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  37. 37. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  38. 38. PALOMINO, Colombia.
  39. 39. RUTAS DEL CONFLICTO. Web project of historical memory reconstruction.
  40. 40. SIMON HOSIE
  41. 41. “I think with Manuel you can move forward in great ways, in what you propose to yourselves; he has a great talent and a great attitude to confront challenges, even when they exceed the onirical parameters… From my point of view, this is the findamental aspect when undertaking any process, having in mind that the result of a good dinner for friends does not depend exclusively on the recipe, but on the disposition and the generosity to wash the dishes”

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