Design Nonfiction by Tellart explores the role of designers in a technological landscape that changes much faster than humans can. For whom should you design, with what concept of humanity in mind? Who makes the rules and who has a voice in the design process? Is it better to hide the inner workings of complex technologies, or to show their seams to the user? How can you invite people to collaborate with machines that ‘see’ and ‘think’ differently than we do, and that operate with more and more autonomy? Will we be adversaries or creative partners?
On Thursday 18 April MU organises a live panel on Design Nonfiction with international design professionals
Rory Hyde (designcurator V&A Museum)
Ben Cerveny (The Foundation for Public Code)
Jack Schulze (BERG, Playdeo)
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg
Zaza Zuilhof (Tellart)
Matt Cottam (Tellart)
21.30 After talk & drinks
Online: € 7,50 (students € 5,-) via Eventbrite. Museumjaarkaart € 5,-
At the door (if available): € 8,50 (students € 5,-).
We Are Public online free tickets via Eventbrite (limited).
Photo: Human Morality X Machine Intelligence, Tellart at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017. Photo by Pierre Abensur.