di Alessandro Ferri “Dado”
Tipo di spedizione Spedizione Piego di Libri €16,00 EUR Spedizione Raccomandata €19,00 EUR Spedizione Rapida €26,00 EUR
ISBN 978-88-908130-7-8, € 16
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Teoria del writing è un libro che porta il lettore nel cuore di quella “scrittura” particolare che è l’aerosol art. Rifiutando . . . → Read More: Teoria del Writing
di Jérôme Denis e David Pontille
prefazione di Madeleine Akrich
ISBN 978-88-904295-5-2, pp. 144 – € 20
Continue reading Nel mondo della segnaletica. L’ecologia grafica degli spazi del metrò
Symposium: 5th/ 6th May 2011, Nottingham Trent University, UK.
‘Entanglements’ brings art, craft and design together with the human sciences to explore theoretical, creative, empirical and curatorial aspects of our relationships to the material world.
What are materials? Between raw stuff and human effort The effects of stabilisations, closures and re-configuration of . . . → Read More: Entanglements: materials, practices and design
Storefront for Art and Architecture presents a discussion forum about disciplinary specificity and cross-fertilization of thoughts and practices, in this case specifically taking the current exhibition in display, Do Ho Suh’s The Bridge Project, as a point of reference. The work, a contingent object of research, has come into being through a complex set . . . → Read More: Disciplinary Bridges
There’s A Crisis!
On a September day, after having spent some days of complete isolation at the seaside, I came back to my ordinary student life and I was sunddenly acknowledged that the world had changed. It was Autumn 2008 and the financial international crisis had its breakthrough. Since I’m always keen on understanding what’s happening in the world, I chose this event as the topic for my final degree project giving it the title Instructions for the time after now.
Continue reading Serena Osti – There’s A Crisis!
Our working paper section collects works in progress by researchers involved in professionaldreamers‘ projects.
Cristiano Storni, 2010
ʻIn time of plenty and in time of wantʼ. On the attachment between designers and their objects of design
The two recent documentaries by Gary Hustwit, Helvetica and Objectified, provide us with an extremely rich exploration of the worlds of contemporary design. Through interviews and encounters with some of the most important graphic and industrial designers who are around today, Mr Hustwit tells the story of an ubiquous yet often invisible presence in . . . → Read More: Spaces of Design