Saulo Madrid and Takeshi Amano team up on a presentation about remediation as a model for interdisciplinary aesthetic practices. In short, it is using phenomenological and philosophy studies to understand how to create augmented experiences from digital, print, and physical installations. Research in understanding human cognition across platforms.
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Social Platform for single parents
BY YERSU KALABA: BECHOS
@ VOL 14
ON MAY 24, 2012
"Bechos" means "single and with children," but it's also a social meeting platform for single parents on the internet. In this presentation, Yersu Kalaba shows how it is being used to share ideas and problems that relate to being single with children, and how it is developing through its members. (in English)
BY SO+BA DESIGN
@ SWISS PECHAKUCHA NIGHT
ON FEB 07, 2014
So+Ba, a design studio in Tokyo, has an understanding of cross-cultural communication and a strong sense of social and political ideals that they enjoy incorporating into their works. Listen as they talk about their past and present projects that they hope will inspire their surrounding community to think differently and encourage them to voice their opinions.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 28, 2014.
30g.tw - The Fair Fruit and Vegetable Shopping Platform
BY 彭昱融YU JUNG PENG
@ VOL 26
ON OCT 10, 2015
Returning to Hualien to operate the 30g.tw fruit and vegetable shopping platform, Mr. Peng rediscovered his hometown through the variety of its produce. He hopes the creation of this platform will help the farmers by allowing their produce to achieve better pricing in a fairer market. He collaborates with designers who have made it easier for fresh produce to enter the market.
Katherine Cross Design
BY KATHERINE CROSS
@ VOL 33
ON SEP 29, 2017
"Living in the moment is what gives me joy in life."
In Katherine Cross Design from PechaKucha Night Detriot Vol. 33, Kathy Cross of Katherine Cross Designs shares her passion for art and design. Humble to her roots, she gives credit to both of her parents for her creative side as she navigated through life. It propelled her into the art world so deep that she spent almost 20 years studying it.