Talk

Nature and Design: system from history to exploitation...

March 18 2019, 9.30am

Design research, which handles complex projects dealing with ecological and human issues, requires different operating times to think about the transformations to come. On this day we hopes to give a possibility of dialogue to philosophers and creators of text and form.

H. 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Nature, knowledge and meanings
Based on the knowledge and a history that places the plants at the center of various transfers and mediations, this part handles with the historical and contemporary issues of knowledge. Which are the economic implications, the “management”, the powers and the possibilities of opposing powers that have developed from the knowledge of plants?

Emanuele Coccia, filosofo, The Life of Plants.
Astrid de la Chapelle e Pauline Briand, 163km2.

H. 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Natura, sapere e significati
If you consider or compare the systemic abilities of nature with the artificial ones put together by human groups, you must ask how researchers, philosophers or designers can contribute to understand or develop projects that are not “managers” of nature? Factories, dreams, knowledge, reflection, etc.

Marie-Sarah Adenis (PILI), Color Cell Factories
David Enon, Mineral Accretion Factory
Justinien Tribillon, Migrant Journal

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