From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
 
 
 
 
"Towards sharing common futures" is intended to be more than a symposium: a convivial event that highlights the role of design as an intellectual, creative and humanistic process, capable both of fuelling reflection and of co-generating fluid actions and initiatives.
The aim is to enable individuals, communities and society in general to reconnect with the present and become actors, together, of a new art of living.
 
 
 
Please see here the conference brochure.
And here for the detailed programme.
 
 
Amphithéâtre Rodin. ENSAD, Paris.
Conference in French and English. Free entrance.
Please confirm your presence:  contact@ensad.fr
 
 
 
All picture credits: Anna Bernagozzi
 
Marc Mézard. The emergency of shifting our perception on migration. 

 

Dach & Zéphir. Creolized design: design as a tool for mediating and transmitting world's cultural diversities.

 

Elizabeth Hale. Docu-design: questioning the role and impact of design on the ground in complex geopolitical situations.

 

La troupe of Good Chance Theatre Paris. From home to here. 

 

La troupe of Good Chance Theatre Paris. From home to here. 

 

Patrick Degeorge. Anthropocene and memory.

 

Lauren Alexander and Ghalia Elsrakbi. Memory Archive.

 

Memory and cultural heritage. Panel discussion.
 
Fabrizio Uretinni. Talking Hands: Overcoming employment and social exclusion through arts-based activities in Italy.

 

Alexis Nuselovici (NOUSS). How to understand the concept of "nowhere" in the condition of exile.

 

 

 

Video | Day 1 part 1

Video | Day 1 part 2

Video | Day 2 part 1

Video | Day 2 part 2

Video | Day 3