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(Re)distributed Media: Leakage

The Design Museum is hosting a weekend of talks, performances, experiments, screenings and workshops co-curated with the MA Graphic Media Design (MAGMD) course at LCC.

Events

Prices Between £10.00 to £20.00 Two-City Walking Tour & Critical Mapping Workshop: Ruben Pater Saturday 16 June 11:00-14:00   How can subjective maps reveal the power relations that shape the city? Dutch-designer Ruben Pater   During this workshop...

Saturday 16 June 11:00-14:00

 

How can subjective maps reveal the power relations that shape the city? Dutch-designer Ruben Pater

 

During this workshop participants split into groups to design walking tours in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea which will be used by visitors of the Design Museum.

 

Using statistics, trivia, and archives, participants will map the inequalities and the contrast in living conditions that are unique to this borough, where the richest 1% and poorest 5% of UK society live together in the centre of London. The maps produced will allow visitors to critically explore the context and social complexities of the local area.

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Prices Between £5.00 to £10.00 Landscape Leakage with FRAUD Saturday 16 June 15:00-17:00   From its use of fertilizers, transport networks, pollutants and landscaping, the creation of food shapes the world that we live in. When...

Saturday 16 June 15:00-17:00

 

From its use of fertilizers, transport networks, pollutants and landscaping, the creation of food shapes the world that we live in. When twenty-five percent of the land on our planet is harvested each year, how does the production of food contaminate and threaten our environment?

 

Join artist-métis-duo Fraud to explore the current state of global food production through the practices of ‘design-as-conflict’. Over the course of a curated meal of non-edible materials, Fraud and participants from the MA Graphic Media Design course at LCC will share their latest research into relationships between food and environmental leakage.

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Prices Between £5.00 to £10.00 The After-Party Conference: Marwan Kaabour Saturday 16 June 18:30-20:00   Whether by politicians or celebrities, activists or CEO’s, public speech is designed to persuade us and evoke our emotions. In an...

Saturday 16 June 18:30-20:00

 

Whether by politicians or celebrities, activists or CEO’s, public speech is designed to persuade us and evoke our emotions. In an era of fake news threatening the limits of free-speech, how has political language been designed to manipulate and capture our consent?

 

This evening performance, curated by designer Marwan Kaabour, explores the politics of language today. A speech-writer and a journalist will present and analyze speeches by key public figures to explore their hidden designs.

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Prices Between £15.00 to £25.00 Entities of Interest: David Benqué Sunday 17 June 14:00-18:00   In this workshop, designer and researcher David Benqué invites participants to explore the politics of missing data through...

Sunday 17 June 14:00-18:00

 

In this workshop, designer and researcher David Benqué invites participants to explore the politics of missing data through revisiting the ‘Panama Papers’ investigations of 2016. Published by the Guardian, the papers revealed the extent to which politicians, CEO’s and celebrities have relied on off-shore bank accounts to avoid UK tax.

 

Following a presentation on the story behind the Panama Papers, participants will use graph and open-source data collection techniques to investigate, research and speculate online. These findings will contribute to publications produced by students from the MAGMD course.

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The Design Museum is hosting a weekend of talks, performances, experiments, screenings and workshops co-curated with the MA Graphic Media Design (MAGMD) course at LCC.

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