intervention design: from theory to design praxis
a bit more theory: modernism and postmoderism
what about design: design as way of changing the world
assignment: is design...
4buchla synthesizer by morton subotnick
<<understanding media>> (1964)
<<one-dimensional man>> (1964)
7how to understand both points of view today? (post)modernity
“we live in a world where
there is more and more
information, and less and
less meaning”
jean baudrillard (1929-2007)
world exhibition 1958: philips pavilion
brasilia (1960)
11
arnold schönberg (1874 - 1951)
modernism
• firm believe in progress
• one ideology
• history is bunk (after henry ford)
• the world is manageable
• in fac...
world trade center, new york (1973)
theodor adorno (1903 - 1969)
paris (1968)
detroit (around 1967)
the netherlands (1973)
‘the spatialization of culture under
pressure of organized capitalism’
fredric jameson’s definition of postmodernity
19
1. nostalgia
2. irony
3. reenacting a historical situation
4. simulation of sensation
5. consummative engagement
6. over i...
nostalgia/retromania
irony (very common in art and pop culture)
simulation of sensation
reenactment
authenticity (or consummative engagement)
over identification
“the simulation of something
that never really existed”
hyperreality
daft punk - robot rock (2005)
30back in one hour!
intermezzo! assignment: reading mcluhan
back to the world exhibition in 1958
futurist manifest (1909)
manifest of De Stijl (1918)
bauhaus (1919-1933)
ray and charles eames (50s, 60s)
dieter rams: as little design as possible (50s, 60s, 70s)
dieter rams: ten principles for good design
helvica (1961)
david carson: intrusive design as praxis (90s)
massoud hassani: mine kafon (2012)
michiel schwarz: sustainism
sustainism is the new modernism
principles of sustainist design
michiel schwarz: sustainismback in one hour!
intermezzo! assignment: watching monteiro
now your on your own: making teams!
homework? see blog!
Intervention Design workshop 2 at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Tecnology
Intervention Design workshop 2 at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Tecnology
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Intervention Design workshop 2 at Maastricht Academy of Media Design & Tecnology

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

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