COVID19 is a fire accelerator.
As this virus, and maybe further to come, affects the world and our way of living, we are aiming to explore pioneering research and action based art and design. During the time of social distancing and quarantining, it has become evident that even with the principles of science and technology that provide us with access to practical methods for securing our lives, humanities-based principles and skillsets have played a key role in enabling us to evolve. In light of this, we might want to rethink our approach to future living.
In the first half of the session, we present two projects:
- Dario Rodrighiero, Elian Carsenat, Eveline Wandl-Vogt:
COVID19 Insights: Mapping Diversity and Community.
- Sara Colombo, Paolo Ciuccarelli: Design for Emergency.
In the second half of the session, we are addressing the need for creative toolkits and services, the impact on religous principles, cultures of care and online engagement; more general, how humanities-based knowledge may create a new normal rather than just respond to it.
We are deligthed to discuss with our panelists:
- Elian Carsenat (FR)
- Erik Champion (AU)
- Paolo Ciuccarelli (IT/US)
- Elena Cologni (IT/UK)
- Sara Colombo (US)
- Markus Nordberg (CH)
- Melissa Terras (UK)
- Eveline Wandl-Vogt (AT)
For our online event:
Registration required, free access: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gekX-WfbSROqdCGAzUdBjw