De werkbijeenkomst FRAME | SET | MATCH op 5 juni 2018 in de Metaalkathedraal van het platform Studio 21CS werd afgesloten door Ruben Jacobs met een live column. Deze dag stond in het teken van het bouwen aan de Onderzoeksagenda 21st century skills voor profesisonals.
Ruben Jacobs is filosoof, schrijver en docent/onderzoeker aan HKU.
Post.ID is a series of portraits of alumni of Industrial Design from the Eindhoven University of Technology.
Post.ID #2 introduces Philémonne Jaasma, design-researcher at TU Eindhoven.
During her masters of Industrial Design at the TU Eindhoven Philémonne worked on co-design projects in the Netherlands and in Ghana. She became fascinated by the societal, cultural en political structures that her design interventions were subject to. During her PhD research she designed [X]Changing Perspectives: a product-service-system for multi-stakeholder participation in public issues. She realised 22 sessions with up to 120 stakeholders. Philémonne was a finalist of the Social Design Talent Award 2017, and currently oversees the production of 40 interactive tables, to be implemented in research, consultancy and governance.
Find out more about Philémonne's work on: xchangingperspectives.com
Post.ID is an initiative by IDea, realised by IDea Foundation, ID Education and Jeroen Cox.
Post.ID is a series of portraits of alumni of Industrial Design from the Eindhoven University of Technology. Post.ID #1 introduces Sylvie Claes, founder and creative director of Hugsy BV.
During her masters of Industrial Design at the TU Eindhoven Sylvie created her own startup: Hugsy. What they do is create comfort and care products for babies and early childhood to improve quality of life. After graduating in summer of 2017, Hugsy went on to raise €200,000 in seed financing to build the business and products, and won a Red Dot Design Award.
Feedback: International Symposium
‘Moment of Truth: for a Reasonable Ecology between the Media’
With Jasper Bernes (USA), Josephine Bosma (NL), Florian Cramer (NL), Richard Cavell (CA), Garnet Hertz (CA), Dmytri Kleiner (CA), Ganaële Langlois (CA), Geert Lovink (NL), Willem van Weelden (NL) and moderated by Baruch Gottlieb (CA).
Florian Cramer (NL) is a reader in 21st century visual culture at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, where he is affiliated to Willem de Kooning Academy and Piet Zwart Institute. He is the author of the book ‘Exe.cut[up]able Statements’ (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2011) and the essays ‘Words Made Flesh’, ‘What is post-digital?’ (2013) and ‘Crapularity Hermeneutics’ (forthcoming). He also serves on the board of De Player, a Rotterdam-based venue and publisher for sound and performance art. His research ranges from cultural studies of computational poetics to practice-oriented research in the redefinition of the arts in 21st century. Cramer collaborated in various small publishing projects including runme.org Software Art repository, the Unstable Digest of code poetry, and the Zine Camp festival at WORM, Rotterdam.
Nick Srnicek & Alex Williams: Inventing the future
In recent months a range of studies has warned of an imminent job apocalypse due to automation. This is not simply a rich country problem either, as low-income economies look set to be hit even harder. It would seem that we are on the verge of a mass job extinction. But is this the case? Some point to the longer history of automation, suggesting there is nothing to worry about. This talk examines some of the issues and sets the conditions and progressive potentials for a world without work.
• Nick Srnicek is a lecturer at City University London. He is the author of Platform Capitalism (Polity, 2016), and Inventing the Future (Verso, 2015 with Alex Williams). He is currently writing After Work: What's Left and Who Cares? (Verso, 2017 with Helen Hester).
• Alex Williams is a PhD student at the University of East London working on a thesis entitled Complexity & Hegemony.