Beyond Speculative Design: Past - Present - Future
The book Beyond Speculative Design: Past – Present – Future
consists of six main sections. After the introduction, there is a brief
history of speculation in radically different contexts, followed by a
broad overview of speculative design practice and education. From there
we dive into speculative design approaches, methods, and tools through a
series of detailed case studies written by the practitioners
themselves. A summary of critical views on speculative practice over the
past two decades follows, and we conclude with a suggestion of future
paths and a list of guidelines (towards good practice) for both
educators and speculative designers.
Editors: Ivica Mitrović, James Auger, Julian Hanna, Ingi Helgason
Flick Flack. Pilze - Popstars der Zukunft!?
In der Popkultur haben Pilze magische Kräfte: Power-Ups bei Super Mario, Raumschiff-Antrieb im Star Trek Universum oder Baumaterial für ganze Dörfer bei den Schlümpfen. Aber steckt vielleicht noch mehr in ihnen? Können wir mit ihrer Hilfe in Zukunft sogar über uns hinauszuwachsen?
Industries MEET Creativity
International Symposium of the Regional S+T+ARTS Centers
designed and promoted by MEET in order to bring Italian industries closer to digital creators.
Monatsschrift für Kunstwissenschaft, Museumswesen und Denkmalpflege
Herausgegeben vom Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in MünchenMitteilungsblatt des Verbandes Deutscher Kunsthistoriker e.V.
73.Jahrgang/ Heft7 / Juli 2020
Hybrid Art. Kunst jenseits des Anthropo-zentrismus - Regine Rapp
Theresa Schubert and Fara Peluso
Curated by Regine Rapp and Christian de Lutz
Artist-in-Residence | Theresa Schubert
• Designer-in-Residence | Fara Peluso
FUTURIUM | Futurium Lab, Alexanderufer 2, 10117 Berlin
Fara Peluso and François Winants
A cooperation between the Goethe-Institut Brussels, the globally active cultural institute of the German Federal Republic, Les Abattoirs de Bomel, and the KIKK Festival.
SpeculativeEdu Interview with Fara Peluso
An educational, project funded by ERASMUS+, the European Union programme
for education, training, youth, and sport, with the aim of
strengthening speculative design education by collecting and exchanging
existing knowledge and experience whilst developing new methods in the
field of speculative design.
The STATE Studio in Berlin unites the fields of art and science - we talked to curator Johanna Wallenborn about the direction of the project and interviewed artist Fara Peluso about the new exhibition "Living Canvas".
A new exhibition is opening at STATE studio Berlin, Living Canvas by Fara Peluso, a berlin based designer and artist. The exhibition consists of the installation Living Canvas and the workshop Algature and it will be presented as part of Transmediale Vorspiel on Friday 25 January 2019.
Algae are our main oxygen producers on earth. They exist in nearly every ecosystem and contribute to the most fundamental biological processes on our planet. How can we as a society approach living organisms like algae beyond a mere scientific understanding but through their economic, political and creative potential? Which opportunities do algae thereby offer already today for an environmentally sustainable future? Are we ready to change our everyday conventions to face fresh and sustainable alternatives instead?
Exhibition: ‘Watery Ecologies.
Water and water pollution is becoming a central focus in artistic research. There is an exponentially growing number of initiatives, exhibitions and artists reflecting on the impact of human existence on the hydrosphere (the sum of the whole planet’s amount of water). Only last month Olafur Eliasson installed 20 giant panels of melting ice at the entrance of the Tate Modern in London, a provocative attempt to induce awareness of the melting the planet’s poles are experiencing due to the increase in the global temperatures.
Kat Austen | Mary Maggic | Fara Peluso
Curated by Regine Rapp and Christian de Lutz
Water is the foundation of life, making up 60% of our body. Water-born organisms produce much of the planet's oxygen. Meanwhile human activity fills waterways and oceans with plastics, industrial waste and diverse chemicals, effecting the metabolisms of most living creatures, ourselves included. This exhibition presents art projects on water, life and chemical disruption whose research transcends the boundaries between art and science. The artists pursue research in biology, chemistry and ethnography with distinct and radical DIY methods. Diverse approaches to the hydrosphere, the sum of the planet's water, explore the foundations of life and the threat of human impact on both the environment and our own bodies.