’To discover new relationships among signs, things, actions, and thoughts is one indication that design is not merely a technical specialization but a new liberal art.’ (Buchanan, 1992)
Practitioner at EU Craft Hub: Maker Exchange Residencies virtual residency program
Renata Dezso is a Doctoral Candidate at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest (MOME). In her research, she examines the methodological approach of Research through Design with a reflective and philosophic dimension of Critical Disability Studies. Her work points to the junctures where technology, bodies, and cultural theory intersect to understand the unconscious elements in posthuman transformations. Her research experience includes Critical Technical Practice (CTP) on the use of technology and the design of technology grounded in Digital Craft. Among her works, there is a focus on “data physicalization” through 3D scanning / 3D modeling and Digital Fabrication. Renata also works to oversee, develop, and expand the MOME Object design BA at MOME Design Institute.