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Hegemony of Vision


Hegemony of Vision Plato regarded vision as humanity’s greatest gift and Artistotle considered sight as the most noble of the senses “because it approximates the intellect most closely by virtue of the relative immateriality of its knowing.”

Knowledge was analogous to ‘clear’ vision Light was the metaphor for truth


Hegemony of Vision The dominance of the eye and the suppression of the other senses tends to push us into detachment, isolation and exteriority.


Hegemony of Vision

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jshz7E9nlh0&feature=related

bbc


design+sound

Sounddesign The Product Sound Design Group is affiliated with the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, at TU Delft. Our main goal is to investigate the perceptual, experiential, and functional properties of product sounds. We are especially interested in the sounds of domestic appliances and the use of sounds in user interfaces. Our aim is to translate the findings of our research into the design of new sounds for products. In our group expertise from the disciplines of psychology, acoustics, industrial design engineering, music, and sound design are combined to come up with solutions and new insights for industrial partners and the scientific community. Important to note is that it is not our aim to make products absolute silent because we believe that sound plays an important role in people's interaction with industrial products.


http://www2.sounddesign.io.tudelft.nl/Intro%20page/Flash_intro.htm


design+sound

what is this sound ‌..


design+sound

what is this sound ‌..


Richard Nunns


Richard Sapper, Kettle Alessi 1983


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWX0iXYvm9M&feature=related


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Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes György Ligeti 1962 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0UAx3ZjmAY&feature=player_embedded#!


http://www.basalte.be/


jamie mayne


wear to go ...


jamie mayne


mario bellini 1970-74


gaetano pesce


gaetano pesce


hella jongerius


skinbags


skinbags


plantic


Diane Leclair Bisson. The Edible Project.


In Design Interactions, we are interested in the social, cultural and ethical consequences of emerging technologies, and this means asking probing questions through design. To this end, we encourage students to consider the implications, as well as the applications, of new technologies, and thus to seek fresh approaches to interaction design and the experience of design – approaches that are meaningful and relevant today. In short, we see this field of design as a fertile way of thinking about the life around us, within us, and in the future beyond us.


THE SMELL OF CONTROL: FEAR, FOCUS, TRUST What should a robot smell like? I have augmented three existing industrial robots with 'sweat glands'. Each uses a specific property of human sub-conscious behaviour in response to a chemical stimulus. The contrast between the physical anti-anthropomorphic nature of the machines and the olfactory anthropomorphism highlights the absurd nature of the trickery at play in all anthropomorphism.

KEVIN GRENNAN


ROBOT ARMPIT PROTOTYPE


Archaeology of the Mind Herzog & de Meuron

Herzog & de Meuron: Archaeology of the Mind presented an exhaustive display of materials from the architects’ archive and from related collections. Referencing a natural history, the exhibition includes study models, books, photographs, toys, fossils, Chinese scholars’ rocks, and significant works of contemporary art, all of which have informed the thinking of the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron


"Our models and experiments with materials are not works of art but rather a kind of accumulated waste." – Jacques Herzog


like every finding and every experiment or test or model, an archive has its sights set firmly on the future.


Sir John Soane's Museum LONDON

Pitt River Museum OXFORD


NoKA RICHART


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Objects are, by usual agreement, those things perceptible to our senses – particularly touch + sight. But the definition of object is far richer than this. The Oxford English Dictionary notes the word’s derivation from the Latin objectum (things thrown before or presented to the mind or thought): thus its definition as something placed before the eyes Or presented to the sight or other senses; a (im)material things seen or perceived; that to which action, thought and feeling is directed; and something that excites a particular emotion. From this it is clear that objects are sensory repositories of experience. Sensory Design. Mahar + Vodvarka. P.179


sight (sound) +++


light wall -carsten hĂśller, Shawinigan, quĂŠbec


http://www.richardnunns.net.nz/a/instruments/ http://shaun.utopia.co.nz/~richardn/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/tumutu25.mp3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0UAx3ZjmAY&feature=player_embedded#!


vision (sight)


Design statments.


dance rail eric toering

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyikR6Eqybw&feature=related


fukitorimushi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwK6OPCR71o&NR=1


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Olivetti - valentine typewriter Ettore Sottsass. 1969. ABS plastic


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Apple keyboard 200?


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…… a sleek ultrathin anodized aluminum enclosure with low-profile keys that provide crisp responsive feel.


roast vacuum cleaner .. yum!


fraser’s shower …


design+future+experimentation ‌


absence of .. sound or james turrell + robert irwin‌ anachoic chamber


affirmative design vs critical design


James Chambers

Lecture Five, CCDN 231, 2011  

Lecture Five, CCDN 231, 2011