UV FutureDesignEd2020 - Alice Twemlow | Keynote speech (ENG)
FutureDesignEd 2020 - Updating Values16 - 17 January 2020 - San Marino Centro Congressi Kursaal> Keynote speaker – Alice TwemlowResearch Professor /Lector Design – Design and the Deep Future at Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten Royal Academy of Art>> “Updating values” is the second edition of FutureDesignEd Symposium – Innovation in Design Education, Innovation in Education by Design, an academic research project promoted by the University of Bologna Design Programs that aims to observe the ongoing transformation of design education.Learn more: https://futuredesigned.unirsm.sm/
Alice Twemlow - Conflicting Definitions of Key Terms: An Ecological Protest at the International Design Conference in Aspen, 1970–1971
Alice Twemlow leest haar essay Conflicting Definitions of Key Terms: An Ecological Protest at the International Design Conference in Aspen, 1970–1971 voor tijdens het Pruys-Bekaert event op 16 november 2019 in TENT, Rotterdam. Ze won met dit essay de Simon Mari Pruys-prijs voor designkritiek 2019.De Simon Mari Pruys-prijs voor designkritiek en de Geert Bekaert-prijs voor architectuurkritiek worden georganiseerd door Archined en Designplatform Rotterdam.
Alice Twemlow is a design writer, critic, and educator. She was the co-founder and chair of SVA's Design Criticism program in New York City and is now the Head of the Design Curating and Writing Program at the Design Academy Eindhoven. She also recently published the book, Sifting the Trash, which is a fascinating history of design criticism. In this episode, Alice and I talk about her interest in design and writing, the history of design criticism and how its evolved, and the collapsing borders between the various design disciplines. Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm.