Here's a good event for designers interested in designing for dementia.
Doing Dementia Design
Featuring plenary sessions led by expert speakers from design, dementia and public policy sectors parallel workshops to explore and develop particular topics in detail living lab sessions to...
Sound great! 1 (3 weeks ago)John Hyatt:
Feel free to share. (3 weeks ago)Beverley Angel:
For the last decade I have been ranting about esoteric designs for taps which older people and sometimes younger people even, cannot work out how to operate. Usually momomixers, and with no standardisation of lift, pull twist or anything. There is a lot to be said for the old cross headed hot and cold. If you find yourself unable to remember anything form the last 40 years, it means that in most public places now you don't know how to wash your hands. 2 (2 weeks ago)
Another key book is Biocentrism, by RobertLazlo. 1 (2 weeks ago)
Today, I launched the Learning Laboratory at ART LABS, Liverpool School of Art and Design.
Just had this published by the Double Negative. Review of a really powerful installation at Brierfield Mill in Pendle, organised by the Liverpool Biennial Touring Programme in partnership with social art organisation In-Situ. Only on till 11 June, but if you have a chance, it's worth seeing.
The Double Negative » “Where the figures are foggy, the voices are clear…” Krzysztof Wodiczko: Guests — Reviewed
The latest to take part in the Liverpool Biennial Tour, artist Krzysztof Wodiczko finds ways to open up space where his guests -- migrant subjects and exhibition visitors -- may speak and, just ma
Well done Liz, I'll read it later. I like the title. (3 weeks ago)Sara Davies:
I really wanted to see this. Don't think I will be able to make it so I'll read your article instead. (3 weeks ago)Simon Woolham:
I 😍 In-Situ (3 weeks ago)
CALL FOR PROVOCATIONS as part of:
Reflecting on the complex pathways of Early Career Researchers
A Symposium for ECRs in the Arts and Humanities
Wednesday, 21st June 2017, 10am-6pm �Number 70, Oxford Road, MMU, Manchester M1 5NH
More details here:
Early Career Researcher (ECR) Group
part of the HARTS.ONLINE network
Nice one, Lewis. Hope you are keeping well. (4 weeks ago)
Sara Jaspan's latest piece for PAPER Magazine is now live. For this issue Sara has focused upon our current exhibition For Space curated by Simon Woolham.
What is space exactly? Something we simply move through and exist within? That houses and contains us? Space is often quiet, unobserved; the unmarked backdrop against which we live out our l…