Cultural probes, in the form of postcards designed to invite visitors at heritage sites to reflect on their subjective experiences.
Through the metaphor of the dandelion latte - a displacing innovation,
I explore how radical design principles may be applied to create references for planet-centered systems of provisioning.
A listening experience that aims to produce a disorienting dilemma for the purpose of generating epistemic change through transformative learning.
The exhibition at Grand Parade campus during Relating Systems Design Symposium (13-16 October) #RSD11, showcases MA Sustainable Design projects from the last three years. It emphasises how work produced on the course engages with systemic design issues and approaches.
I exhibited my design research Masters outputs as part of London Design Week at the Design District in North Greenwich alongside work by my fellow students and alumni from the University of Brighton, with the purpose of stimulating conversations in the design community about the value of design research in understanding the complex and urgent issues faced locally and globally.
The end-of-year MA showcase exhibition at The Ledward Centre in Brighton, celebrated radical alternative visions of collective futures and possibilities of sustainable change. The work presented a snapshot of the adventures through postgraduate study in Sustainable Design.
Consuming new narratives: Second order design fictions as transition objects for planet-centric consumption habits
Discern: International Journal of Design for Social Change, Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship