Thursday 27 February, 2014 at 19:30
Design Underground – Friday morning panel
25 April 2014 at 11:00 a.m.
11:00 Einat Leader: Everything that glitters…
Jeweller and design researcher, past head of the Jewellery and Fashion Department, Bezalel Acadamy of Art and Design.
11:30 Ido Bruno: Preparing for work: What I do before
Industrial designer active in his design studio IDBruno. Senior lecturer in the Industrial Design department, Bezalel Acadamy of Art and Design
12:00 Peddy Mergui: Flour is flour is flour:
Where to draw the line – the ethical boundary of a visual communication designer
Designer artist. Senior lecturer in the Visual Communications department and past head of the department, HIT Holon Institute of Technology.
Advance registration at email@example.com or 03-5182257
Adital Ela | Sheri Arnon | Ori Ben Zvi, Studio Ubico | Maya Ben David | Ido Bruno | Eytan Bartal | Eti Goren | Johnathan Hopp | Einat Laeder & Yossi Farkash | Peddy Mergui | Saron Paz & Zvika Markfeld | Gad Charny | Nadav Shalev
About the exhibition:
The cultural, economical and technological conditions are continually changing. Over the past years, as a result of the changes and the subsequent questions, there is a trend to redefine the function of the designer and the unlimited design processes as a result of new technologies. Another aspect is the critical view of basic and accepted tenets in design and re-examining their meaning. The exhibition Design Underground notes dissatisfaction, the start of a resistance and essential questions that concern designers and active makers in the design field. These questions deal with work processes and the complex relationship between designer-maker-customer, the contribution of new technologies to new thinking, and the possibility of critical examination of material culture from the view point of a designer. In addition, the various projects question the economic relationship, sustainability of materials, accessibility of production and design methods, and criticism of objects and cultural trends through visual material.