FULL PAPER at 8th biannual Nordic Design Research Society (Nordes) conference
8th biannual Nordic Design Research Society (Nordes) WHO CARES? conference
Aalto University, Finland
2–4 June 2019
This question is a provocation for design research. What do, or should, we care about in design and design research today? Underpinning the question are issues of culture and agency – who cares, for whom, and how? Taking care, or being cared for, evokes the choice of roles, and processes of interaction, co-creation and even decision-making. Caring, as a verb, emphasizes care as intention, action and labor in relation to others. Care can be understood as concern for that beyond oneself, for others and, thus, human, societal and even material and ecological relations are at stake. The question of care is also a call for questioning relationships, participation and responsibility, democratic and sustainable ways of co-existing. From this expansive societal standpoint, we could even ask who cares about design? And what should we do about it? The 8th biennial Nordes conference poses the question, “Who cares?”, exploring related questions, issues and propositions concerning responsibilities, relationships, ways of doing and directing design today.
Design Culture & Somaesthetics Conference Budapest
06-08. 05. 2019., Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest MOME TWO // Budapest, 1121 – Budakeszi út 12.
Hosted by: MOME Doctoral School Design Culture Studies Doctoral Program and the Hungarian Forum of Somaesthetics
11:30-13:30 | 07.05. – Tuesday
THEME: Transhumanism / Posthumanism
Renáta Dezső-Dinnyés (MOME, PhD candidate): Experiencing Extended Organs of Physiology
Fifteenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society
The Fifteenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society features research addressing the following annual themes:
- THEME 1: DESIGNING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HUMAN USABILITY
- THEME 2: ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IN KNOWLEDGE SHARING
- THEME 3: LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION
- THEME 4: THINKING TECHNOLOGIES FOR SOCIETY
- 2019 Special Focus: The Social Impact of AI: Policies and New Governance Models for Social Change
CosmoCaixa Barcelona Barcelona, Spain
11–12 March 2019
Thirteenth International Conference on Design Principles & Practices
The Thirteenth International Conference on Design Principles & Practices features research addressing the following annual themes:
- THEME 1: DESIGN EDUCATION
- THEME 2: DESIGN IN SOCIETY
- THEME 3: DESIGNED OBJECTS
- THEME 4: VISUAL DESIGN
- THEME 5: DESIGN MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
- THEME 6: ARCHITECTONIC, SPATIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
- 2019 Special Focus: Design + Context
This conference is a place to explore the meaning and purpose of ‘design’, as well as speaking in grounded ways about the task of design and the use of designed artifacts and processes. The conference is a cross- disciplinary forum which brings together researchers, teachers and practitioners to discuss the nature and future of design. The resulting conversations weave between the theoretical and the empirical, research and application, market pragmatics and social idealism.
St. Petersburg University, Mikhailovskaya Dacha Campus
St. Petersburg, Russia
Mar. 1-3. 2019
Sixth Disability Studies Conference
The Institute for Disability and Social Participation (IDaSP), the Disability Studies Doctoral Workshop of ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Special Needs Education and the Disability Studies Section of the Hungarian Sociological Association will hold the Sixth Disability Studies Conference 13 November 2018 under the title
“DIVERSITY AS A SOCIAL VALUE?”
Despite its fashionable over-use, diversity is still a significant concept. While being the topic of long-standing professional discussions, disagreements and misinterpretations, it invites participants to formulate a number of questions on various forms of Otherness, the potential processes of separation/segregation and their consequences. While examining aspects of diversity-preservation, the conference also wishes to offer a common platform for interdisciplinary dialogue on issues of diversity, normality and disability.
Session 5: Social innovations, Participatory Cooperation
Chairs: Zsuzsanna Antal (ELTE Faculty of Special Needs Education) – Renáta Dinnyés-Dezső , Drs (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest)
Orsolya Mikola, dr., PhD (Disability Studies Doctoral Workshop): Do we use Universal Design at Universities?
Péter Várdai, Drs (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest): Exoskeleton for Mobility Support
Kálmán Tarr, Drs (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest): Stage of Impossibilities
Anita Soltészné Takár (‘Csillagház’ Primary School and the Unified Special Educational Methodology Institution): Ergonomic Aid Development for Children with Multiple Disabilities
Eszter Papp (Here We Are Group): The Benefits of Cooperation in the Here We Are Group
TEACHING ARTISTIC RESEARCH
TEACHING ARTISTIC RESEARCH
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Conference 28.-30. May 2018
Venue: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Location: Sala Terrena, Heiligenkreuzer Hof | Download Poster | Download Programm
Conference Organisation: Ruth Mateus-Berr & Georg Goldarbeiter
Henrik Benesch, David Campbell, Jennifer DeFelice, Adrian Friend, Barbara Graf, Katharina Gsöllpointner, Michael Hann, Liesbeth Huybrechts, Margarete Jahrmann, Richard Jochum, Anja Jonkhans, Gabriele Jutz, Christoph Kaltenbrunner, Fares Kayali, Barbara Putz-Plecko, Ingeborg Reichle, Elisabeth Schäfer, Martin Vácha, Veerle Van der Sluys, Stefan Wykydal.
Every paper was double-blind peer reviewed by one artist and one scientist of an international and multidisciplinary Scientific Committee.
PRESENTATIONS SESSION #3
CHAIR: P. BARTAR STREAM #3 HYBRID PEDAGOGIES: TEACHING FOR INTERDISCIPLINARITY @11:30 AM
CO-DESIGNING FOR INCLUSION IN INTERNATIONAL/INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMS
R.DEZSÖ-DINNYÉS, L. LUKÁCS, R. MATEUS-BERR, G. URRUTIA REYES, J. ROSOKLIJA, Stefan TRIMMEL University of Applied Arts Vienna (AUT) Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (HUN)
The vision for the future of work will be that artists and designers will be integrated in the design process, asking unexpected questions as members of interdisciplinary teams, and further fostering innovation. Too, artistic research will investigate the fields of science with their unique approaches. Divergent thinking will synchronize fragmented work. The objective of this article is to analyze the value of knowledge-sharing among interdisciplinary and international teams —17 students of social design and teacher education from Austria, and design students from Hungary—in order to collaborate with inclusive schools and co-design in interdisciplinary and international teams by developing individualized design tools for children with special needs. The methods used were “research through design (artefact and research), practice-based” and “design thinking.” In August 2014 the European Commission introduced the notion “education that suits.” Since then, all schools have a duty of care: they are responsible for placing every child, including those with special educational needs, in a suitable educational setting, preferably in mainstream education. “Inclusion” here differs from “social inclusion,” which connotes children with diverse migrant and social backgrounds, as opposed to children with (multiple) handicaps. This strategy requires changes in education within the art and design subjects and societal changes of engagement in general according to Victor Papaneks, in his “Desire of a Soc(iet)al Turn” (in “Design for the Real World, Human Ecology and Social Change: Design of Teaching and Learning Media for People with Disabilities”). This paper explores the engagement with children with multiple disabilities and designing things for them in order to develop empathic and inter/transdisciplinary skills. The paper explores a practice-based approach in design and responds to the criticism of Friedmann (2008) in the form of researching the practice of students by observation, self-reflection, documentation and interviews. KEYWORDS co-design, interdisciplinary, international, special needs, inclusion, research through design, practice-based
PRESENTATIONS SESSION #3
CHAIR: A. NEULINGER STREAM #3 HYBRID PEDAGOGIES: TEACHING FOR INTERDISCIPLINARITY @3:30 PM
DISSEMINATION PRACTICE IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION WITH THE AIM OF CO-ABILITY
Renata DEZSÖ-DINNYÉS Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (HUN)
Somaesthetics: Between the Human Body and Beyond
Somaesthetics: Between the Human Body and Beyond (Szeged, 2018. május 14-16.)
The conference is organized by the MTA SZAB Filozófiai és Történettudományi Szakbizottság, the Hungarian Philosophical Association, the Philosophy Department of the University of Szeged and the Pro Philosophia Szegediensi Foundation.
Conference Venue: MTA SZAB, conference room 110 (6720 Szeged, Somogyi Str. 7) Session lectures are 20 minutes long, and we have 10 minutes per lecture for discussion.
Keynote: Richard Shusterman (USA): Somaesthetics Between the Human Body and the Bodies of Gods (Prof. Shusterman is a Dorothy F. Schmidt Eminent Scholar Chair in the Humanities and Director of the Center for Body, Mind, and Culture; Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters; Florida Atlantic University)
Fifth Disability Studies Conference
what does it mean to be human in the 21st century?”
Fifth disability studies conference
We all experience the rapid development of biotechnology, but neither the bioethical nor the Disability Studies related questions of this issue are part of the scientific discourse. Does a technology driven society promote the release of persons with disabilities from the normative framework? Is it true that in the public mind, non-normal, radically different bodies cause anxiety, body curing and enhancing ambitions? The question of sexuality and disabilities is also part of the discussion. We examine the topics discussed above from an interdisciplinary, theoretical, practical and artistic point of view, based on scientific research, developments or personal narratives.
Nov. 27, 2017.
5th Disability Studies Conference at the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest in the framework of the 14th Festival of Hungarian
Science, sponsored by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Keynote speech I. in English
Prof. Margrit Shildrick, PhD (Linköping University, The Department of Thematic Studies – Gender Studies):
Approaching posthumanism: prostheses, technologies and embodiment
Keynote speech II. in English
Julia Bahner, PhD (University of Leeds, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law):
Being human means being sexual? Understanding sexual facilitation in theory, practice and policy