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19 May 2017

"The relationship between academic and professional skills in the profile of a graphic designer" Lluc Massaguer's article in the Graphic Journal (UAB)

The Revista Grafica has published the article "The relationship between academic and professional skills in the profile of a graphic designer" by Lluc Massaguer coordinator and teacher of the Master in Graphic Design.

The article points out the key aspects of his doctoral thesis, a case study at EINA Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona. It is formalized in the construction of a diagnostic system that identifies the level of adjustment between the skills taught in the university and the professional skills required in the professional field of graphic design. It is aimed to become a tool to help meet the demands of the professional sector as well as to update the skills in the Degree of Design.

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16 May 2017

EINA's Participation at the Barcelona Design Week

EINA will participate in the Barcelona Design Week, which will be open during the month of juny. We will organise the following activities:

Symposium Southern Perspectives On Transition Design

  • 08/06/17 and 09/06/17
  • The symposium aims to be a forum for debate for progress in defining, knowledge, research and practice of Design for the Transition from the contribution of local contexts in southern Europe and Latin speeches.

Conference Design & Research for Health

  • 09/06/17
  • Participation of Oriol Ventura, professor and coordinator of the Master in Design and Product Editing of EINA.
  • Research in design. From the model to the design project. Present in "From Greenland to Cottage" at Espai Famílies. It addresses a design project that comes from two research projects in the health field. The first aims to redefine and create a workplace model in which attendance is not needed, and the second one to generate and collect data from a participative process, addressed to decision taking and the implementation of a design project. Espai Famílies is a leading concept, developed within the Department of Planning and Patient Experience at Sant Joan de Déu Hospital in Barcelona
  • Disseny Hub Barcelona

EINA's Former students at Talent Show

  • 06/14/17
  • The 1st Talent Show will invite students to participate in the presentation of recent graduates of all design schools in Barcelona, ​​including former students from EINA. This event is aimed at professionals and companies eager to discover new talent. New ideas and innovative projects that stand out for their contribution in the transformation of society will be presented.
  • Barcelona Design Hub
Barcelona Design Week 2017
Barcelona Design Week
12 May 2017

Roundtable "Criticism: reading and writing," within MURAD

On April 26, within the Critical Workshop module taught by Àlex Mitrani and Joan Minguet, from the Master in Research in Art and Design (MURAD) was held the roundtable criticism: reading and writing, carried out by Philipp Engel and David Armengol.

Philipp Engel (Barcelona, ​​1970). He worked for 10 years in the music industry, before starting his career in cultural journalism, specialising in film and literature. Since 2001 he has been working as a writer at Fotogrames magazine, but has also worked with various media such as missing magazine Go Mag, La Guía del Ocio, Que Leer, and Playground, among others.

David Armengol (Barcelona, ​​1974) is an independent curator. He combines his job with other parallel activities such as cultural management and teaching. He is especially interested in the social status of the artist and the functionality and/or dysfunction of art, his projects address sensitive issues, in contact with other areas of study such as anthropology, psychology, literature and music. In recent years, he has worked on proposals arising from a performative reading of the landscape and other projects based on the connections between visual art and sound. He has exhibited in contemporary art spaces as CaixaForum Barcelona (2008), Matadero Madrid (2010), the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona (2012-2013) and Fabra i Coats, Center of Contemporary Art (2014), ​​EAC Contemporary Art Centre of Montevideo, Uruguay (2015), Bòlit Contemporary Art Centre of Girona (2016) and Tabacalera Madrid (2016). He is currently a member of the curatorial team of BCN_Producció.

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11 May 2017

Prototypes ideation Workshops to observe the world, by Will Pearson

In early April, Will Pearson, director of technology at Ravensbourne gave, within the research program of the group Design Processes of EINA, several sessions focused on investigating how we see the world.

The workshop sought to fix attention on the elements of inspiration for developing a series of devices built with very simple elements, like new prototypes to observe the world. The results of the workshops will be analysed and applied by Pearson in the process that he is carrying out to design an open-source application to support creative designers in their daily work as digital design companion.

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4 May 2017

Talk "Pure Human: Designing the future of bodily materials" a càrrec de Tina Gorjnac"

On May 17th there will be a talk with Slovenian designer Tina Gorjanc, in which she will talk about her project Pure Human, at EINA Espai Barra de Ferro (Barcelona).

The event is part of the seminar on innovation in industrial design DEMO+ by ADI-FAD, within the study plan of the Master in Research in Art and Design (MURAD), at EINA - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Tina Gorjanc has studied design at Central Saint Martins and develops bio-design and fashion projects. Her projects question the lack of legal resources for the protection of citizen's biological data as well as suggesting the future influence of bio-technology in the commodity products and its commercialisation.

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Tina Gorjnac
3 May 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS Symposium Southern Perspectives on Transition Design

The symposium Southern Perspectives on Transition Design aims to be a forum to advance the definition, knowledge, research and practice of the Transition Design with the contribution southern European and Latin perspective among others.

ABSTRACT THEMATIC AREAS

  • Southern perspectives on Transition Design
  • New lifestyles for transition
  • Design, art and (or) contemporary thought in (for) transition
  • Transition Projects presentation

PRESENTATION AT THE SYMPOSIUM

  • Oral communications, free format, 10 to 15 minutes talk, in Catalan, Spanish or English
  • Posters, free format

PUBLICATION

  • All abstracts, papers and posters accepted will be published in the symposium proceedings in the web Design Processes Research Group. Innovative Practices in Art & Design, EINA-UAB
  • Selected abstracts to be developed after symposium as articles will be published in the Journal of Design Processes (JDP), from the Design Processes Research Group, EINA-UAB, volume 2, monograph about the Symposium and Transition Design topics

More Information:

Symposium Southern Perspectives on Transition Design
27 April 2017

"Research Processes in Art and Design. MURAD 2017," Artistic Research and Design seminars

From the 2nd to the 20th of May, there will be several in the context of "research processes in art and design. MURAD in 2017,". These seminars address artistic research and design as part of the research process of the TFM (Master's Final Project) of the Master in Research in Art and Design (MURAD).

The act of looking at paintings as artistic research: the act of looking.

  • May 2
  • 16h Exhibition / 17h conference / workshop 18
  • Author: Clarissa Grabowiecki

Skin is the new canvas

Experience the interactive creative processes with receivers among other things. I will need public participation, which must carry, at least, a piece of clothing that can be drawn on.

  • 4, 5, 6 May
  • Author: Claudia Sahuquillo

Parler

I imagine the dissolution of boundaries as the experience of having a beer with those who are with me. It is like putting material in a sacred way, through inductive reasoning. This symbolism creates states of consciousness and shapes the imagination of what is present. That is the case of the creation of obelisks and totems. From the Casterligg remains to the nocturnal accident with oneself and the MACBA, all these with a street beer in your hand. Rituals that contain a transforming powers. It is a magic generation,

  • 4, 5, 6 May
  • Author: David Gonzalez

50 times Instagram: collective edition and repetition

Instagram boosts our artistic possibilities and provides opportunities for collective creation. The exercise will consist of producing a photo studio, pass it through numerous users and upload them on Instagram. The editions will be added over one another to provoke reflection on repeated editions and collaborative authorship; in addition to rethinking art in social networks. This activity is open to the collaboration of anyone who might be willing to attend, all collaborations are essential.

  • 4, 5, 6 May
  • Author: Paz Gonzalez Anta

Random design

Discover what happens in our brains and our creative skills when we face uncertainty or random situations. Revealing the sensorial inputs in Design projects

  • 8, May 9
  • Author: María Victoria Pérez C.

Cartographic Code

Experimental (installation) and data visualisation space, with regard to the representations of the world through the mapping scheme.

  • 8, 9 May
  • Author: Karen Carrera

Arxiu Brossa Arxiu Brossa is a poetical facility open to the public. It collects some essential referents of the "brossian" work, like the city, the theatre, society, randomness and the surprise. Gathered in a facility that combines written, visual, and sound poetry.

  • 10 May
  • Authors: Bárbara Bayarri, Ricard Garcia i Anais Muñoz

Poem and Will

Musang Xu: Poema lunar. Germán Beltrán: The Phallus' will

  • 11, 12 May
  • Thursday May, 11: first session and video presentation. -Friday ,May 12: Extension of the session and reading of "The Phallus' will" at 19h (1-hour approximately)

Work in progress (sorry for the inconvenience, we are working to improve your well-being)

Artistic research / sleeping / producing / constriction / limit / strangeness / body / material / writing / thinking / altering / conscience / work / doing / not doing / capital / guilt / success

  • 13, 14 May
  • Author: Juliana Guerrero

Experiment

Experimentation through sound emitted by our own bodies (the functioning of our body), in order to hear them (see) and gather information of the broadcasted frequencies for later analysis. This experiment will be through objects, that in some cases, we will create. Experiments using sound waves, with the intention of translating it to both the visual as to the sensitive, to adapt it to all kinds of people and with the intention of communicating sound. We are interested in collecting, recording the sound for frequency analysis, both at formal and composition level.

  • 15 May
  • Authors: Meritxell Font i Alonso Peñaherrera

El Hábitat. Imagen mental y Espacio Realizado

La casa como representación del hábitat humano es una imágen mental sin relación directa con el emplazamiento físico en el cual transcurre el tiempo vital de los individuos. Es un concepto en construcción permanente. El objetivo es mostrar la realización espacial arquitectónica de las imagenes mentales que evoca la idea de casa en niños de 5 años por medio de dibujos técnicos, fotografías, e ilustraciones.

  • 15 mayo
  • Autor: Alfredo Gómez

Mitos En Tierra Cocida (Myths in the Boiled Land)

  • Exhibition: Research on pre-Columbian art in Amazonian ceramics
  • Workshop:Explain the processes used to develop artistic patterns that transmit Amazon myths. Once understood, develop new styles in hand, alongside participants, and digitalise them
  • 16 i 17 May
  • Authorr: Andrés Escobar

Origins

Participative activity that aims to gather Chilean youngsters to meet part of the artistic heritage of the indigenous communities of Chile.

  • 16, 17 May, 17h
  • Author: Camila Reveco Sepúlveda

24/1

Mostra avantprojectual que enllaça les investigacions personals de Carlos Anselmo –Escoltar Internet. La submersió i la transversalitat de l'hiperenllaç– i Manuel Minch –Teenternet code– la qual es descompon en 24 propostes en l'espai expositiu. Carlos abordarà la qüestió del binomi música i cultura digital a través de la la concepció d'Internet com un espai àudio-tàctil a través de l'hiperenllaç com a eina de transversalitat en la in/exterioritat del medi respecte al subjecte. Manuel mostrarà les seves representacions codificades de la cultura teen a Internet a través d'estratègies pròpies del comissariat artístic adaptades a les estructures de funcionament d'Internet, és a dir: mitjançant l'ús de l'apropiació, la descontextualització, l'extraterritorialització de les imatges o la narrativitat hipermèdia –entre altres–.

  • 18, 19 maig
  • Autors: Carlos Anselmo i Manuel Minch

Performance: Choir

The choir group: 20-30 people spend 2 days together, wake up early in the morning like 2:00am or 3:00am, happy but tired, and after the 2 days, they go directly to the BdF and they stand and wear exactly as the choir in the space.

  • 20 maig
  • Autor: Xinwen Xu

L'ART DEL FUTBOL. Animant la final de la copa del rei: Barça contra Alvés

Projecció en directe de la final de copa del rei, BARÇA contra ALVÉS. En aquest esdeveniment patrocinat per Moritz es podran #compartir #emocions, #llàgrimes, #abraçades, #amor #art, #sons i, a més, #cerveses #gratuïtes directament de la fàbrica Moritz oferta per a un dia tan especial. Tots junts per celebrar el nostre equip preferit. Per al veritable Art d'estadi, força Barça!!

  • 27 maig
  • Autor: Giuseppe Fiò

24/1

Avantprojectual research that connects Carlos Anselmo's personal researches -Listen to the Internet. The submersion and mainstreaming of the hyper-link- and Manuel Minch -Teenternet CODE-which breaks down into 24 proposals in the explanatory space. Carlos will address the question of music and digital culture through the concept of the Internet as a space-touch audio through the hyper-link as a tool for mainstreaming of the interior/exterior of the environment regarding the subject. Manuel will show his coded representations of the teen culture on the Internet, through his own strategies, adapted to the the operating structures of the Internet, i.e: through the use of appropriation, contextualization, the "extra trerritorialisation" of images or the narrative hypermedia among others.

  • 18 May 19
  • Authors: Carlos Manuel Anselmo and Minch

Performance: Choir

The choir group: 20-30 people spend 2 days together, wake up early in the morning like 2:00am or 3:00am, happy but tired, and after the 2 days, they go directly to the BdF and they stand and wear exactly as the choir in the space.

  • 20 May
  • Author: Xinwen Xu

soyhipócrita, soybarcelona

En el marco de la tendencia #soyhipocrita llegamos a las calles de Barcelona en búsqueda de aquellas cosas que la gente no mira o no quiere mirar. El resultado queda plasmado en una serie de fotografías georeferenciadas en un “mapa turístico” para que no te pierdas nada.

  • 20 mayo
  • Autoras: Alanis Este, Denis Lara, Margarita Echenique

THE ART OF PLAYING FOOTBALL

Live broadcasting of the final of the "Copa del Rei". Barça versus Ala´ves. In this event, sponsored by Moritz, you will be able to #share #emotions, #tears, #hugs #love #art, #sounds, and moreover #free #beers, straight from the Moritz factory. Let's celebrate and support our team together. United for the try stadium art, Força Barça!

  • 27 May
  • Author: Giuseppe Fiò

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La performance trata la palabra desde la que toma forma el mito de origen en tanto su valor de marca y de hito para la constitución del Cuerpo y la estructuración subjetiva.

  • 27 mayo
  • Autor: Juan Diego P. Bucheli
25 April 2017

"Projecting an artistic research" by Mar Saiz - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)

  • Tuesday, May 2
  • From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Room 8
  • EINA

Projecting an artistic research

Mar Saiz
She holds a degree in Fine Arts by the Universitat de Barcelona (Barcelona, 1993) in the fields of painting and sculpture. She has taken a doctorate, obtaining the Diploma of Advanced Studies of the Drawing Program: Functions and Theory in the University of Barcelona (Barcelona, 2008). She is a teacher of the subject of Basic Drawing (2009) in the Degree in Design at EINA. She is a professional artist, and her work is regularly exhibited in the galleries Sala Parés, Esther Monturiol and Pérgamon in Barcelona, where she exhibits individual and collective works.


The subject Practices and Territories of the Current Design II, coordinated by Anna Pujadas, which belongs to the Master's Degree in Research in Art and Design is presented as a Forum for conferences, workshops and seminars open to the public. The presentations will be carried out by a selection of creators of emerging fields and practices, experts in new trends in the design process. Particular areas that promote the confluence of thought, scientific knowledge, artistic proposals and everyday practices, will be explored. It will also be analysed how these require the revision of concepts in design giving rise to new professional categories.

Talk "Projecting an artistic research" by Mar Saiz - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)
24 April 2017

"Unconstructive actions" by Jo Milne - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)

  • Wednesday 3 May
  • From 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Room 8
  • EINA

Unconstructive actions

Jo Milne
She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree by the University of Edinburgh. She studied the Master of Engraving at the Camberwell School of Art, The London Institute. She is a professor of the Graphic Creation course at EINA. She has been a teacher and director of the European Masters of Fine Arts at the Winchester School of Art in Barcelona from 1993 to 2001. She has also been a teacher visiting MassArt, Boston, Canterbury School of Art, Canterbury and Europäische Kunstakademie, Trier. As a professional artist, her work is exhibited at Trama (Barcelona) and Sarah Myerscough (London) galleries.


The subject Practices and Territories of the Current Design II, coordinated by Anna Pujadas, which belongs to the Master's Degree in Research in Art and Design is presented as a Forum for conferences, workshops and seminars open to the public. The presentations will be carried out by a selection of creators of emerging fields and practices, experts in new trends in the design process. Particular areas that promote the confluence of thought, scientific knowledge, artistic proposals and everyday practices, will be explored. It will also be analysed how these require the revision of concepts in design giving rise to new professional categories.

Talk "Unconstructive actions" by Jo Milne - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)
20 April 2017

Book "L’interiorisme comercial com a patrimoni. Una aproximació des del món del disseny" (Commercial Interior Design as Heritage. An Approach From the World of Design)

You can find the book "Commercial Interior Design as Heritage. An Approach From the World of Design" presented on April 5 in the library La Capelland La Central in Barcelona.

You can also check the digital version in PDF.

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18 April 2017

"Post-digital graphic work" by Enric Mas - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)

  • Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 April
  • From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Room 8
  • EINA

Post-digital graphic work

Enric Mas
He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona. He has exhibited his work in France, Switzerland (where he usually works for Galerie Billing) and Spain. He is a professor at EINA, where he currently works as a Coordinator of the Major in Visual Creation. He is a member of the 13L groups of artist books and Cataclístics/Poeticart of visual poetry, with whom he has participated in various publications, as well as exhibitions and biennials.


The subject Practices and Territories of the Current Design II, coordinated by Anna Pujadas, which belongs to the Master's Degree in Research in Art and Design is presented as a Forum for conferences, workshops and seminars open to the public. The presentations will be carried out by a selection of creators of emerging fields and practices, experts in new trends in the design process. Particular areas that promote the confluence of thought, scientific knowledge, artistic proposals and everyday practices, will be explored. It will also be analysed how these require the revision of concepts in design giving rise to new professional categories.

"Post-digital graphic work" talk by Enric Mas - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)
3 April 2017

Symposium Southern Perspectives On Transition Design

June 8th and 9th 2017

Transition Design is an emerging field of practice, study and research promoting an active role of design in the transition to more sustainable futures. Considering the complexity of challenges such as climate change, bio-diversity loss, depletion of non-renewable resources, rising inequality or migration crisis, it proposes to integrate different branches of knowledge together along with design’s culture in our response to them. It’s activity is centered in domains such as the relationship between stakeholders and transitions at a systematic level that are always assesed against the context and quality of everyday lifestyles.

The symposium Southern Perspectives on Transition Design aims to be a forum to advance the definition, knowledge, research and practice of the Transition Design with the contribution southern European and Latin perspective among others.

More information

PROGRAM

Thursday June, 8

Conference by Terry Irwin, director of the Design Carnegie Mellon University of Philadelphia, USA, on the Design for Transition. Interventions by Gideon Kossoff, researcher in Transition Design at CMU, and Cameron Tonkinhwise, director of PhD studies at CMU and professor at University of Technology of Sidney.

Friday 9, June, from 9.30h to 6.00h PM

EINA

Morning Session:

Local agents from different origins (design, housing cooperatives, art, sociology, citizens’ movements, philosophy) present experiences related to design for transition, in order to generate a collective debate, with the participation of Terry Irwin, Gideon Kossoff and Cameron Tonkinhwise.
Hosted by: Adrià Garcia i Mateu

Evening Session:

Itinerary A
Workshop with local stakeholders to take the praxis of the design for transition to the aspects learnt in the morning session.

Itinerary B
Academic sessions with communication presentations and posters related to the fields:

  • Southern perspectives on Transition Design
  • New lifestyles for transition
  • Design, art and / or contemporary thought in transition / for the transition.
    Led by: researchers from EINA’s Research Group, Design Processes.

The deadline to submit the abstracts on the platform is May 25th.
A collection of articles and posters will be published in the next issue of EINA's GdR Design Processes.



Coordination:
Tània Costa, Adrià Garcia i Mateu

Collaboration

Symposium Southern Perspectives On Transition Design
28 March 2017

Presentation of the book "Commercial Interior design as heritage. An approximation from the world of design" by GRHED

EINA's History and Design Studies Research Group (GRHED in Catalan), presents the book *Commercial Interior Design as Heritage. An Approximation from the world of design", research study, as documentation and example of a historical overview on the modern commercial interior designs now extinct in Barcelona. On the occasion of the presentation of the book, there will be a roundtable to discuss the issue of the disappearance of the shops with heritage value from the design point of view, in which specialist in the sector, such as Xavier Olivella, architect, and director of the Institut Municipal del Paisatge Urbà i de la Qualitat de Vida de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona, will take part. Other specialist including, Manuel Ruisánchez (Architect, professor at EINA, president of the EINA Foundation, Vocal of Culture at COAC; Enric Steegmann. Architect, Former Director of the Departament de Patrimoni Arquitectònic de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona; Àlex Mitrani. Professor at EINA, coordinator of the book.


The book, elaborated by the History and Design Studies Research Group (GRHED), helps preserve the ephemeral nature of the commercial interior design and protect and generate cultural, symbolic, human and monetary value to Barcelona and its citizens. It claims the heritage dimension of the world of commercial design and collaborates in the quantitative definition of Barcelona's urban identity, and its future. It also brings the value of design brack from the oblivion, It can be a model for other shops.

The development of the research has involved the organization of three working sessions at EINA and a roundtable held at Col·legi de Periodistes de Catalunya with the participation of several specialists. The considerations, observations, recommendations and allegation were collected and sent to the Ajuntament de Barcelona (City Council of the City of Barcelona), and have been taken into consideration in the Urban Plan for the Protection of the Urban Quality: Architectural, Historical and Landscape protection catalogue of the Establishments of Barcelona, approved in February 2016.

The GRHED has edited this book, that places value on the commercial interior design in Barcelona, from an academic point of view.

Book "Commercial Interior design as heritage. An approximation from the world of design" by GRHED
27 March 2017

"The drawing and its fingerprint in the current design" by Raul Oliva - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)

  • Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April
  • From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Room 8
  • EINA

The drawing and its fingerprint in the current design

[Raul Oliva] (http://eina.cat/es/eina/professorat/raul-oliva)
Dr. Architect. He is a professor of the Introduction to Design Project, and Physics Applied to Design Courses (from 2009-2010) of first year of the Degree of Design, at EINA. He works as a freelancer in his Architecture and Interior Design Studio Raúl Oliva Arquitectos. He has made numerous commissions including the digital artistic image "El Esplendor de la Pedrera" in the framework of the graphic representation, commissioned by Fundació Caixa Catalunya.


The subject Practices and Territories of the Current Design II, coordinated by Anna Pujadas, which belongs to the Master's Degree in Research in Art and Design is presented as a Forum for conferences, workshops and seminars open to the public. The presentations will be carried out by a selection of creators of emerging fields and practices, experts in new trends in the design process. Particular areas that promote the confluence of thought, scientific knowledge, artistic proposals and everyday practices, will be explored. It will also be analysed how these require the revision of concepts in design giving rise to new professional categories.

"The drawing and its fingerprint in the current design" by Raul Oliva - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)
20 March 2017

"Big Data and Social Media" by Ismael Vallvé - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)

  • Monday, March 27
  • From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Room 8
  • EINA

Big Data and Social Media

Ismael Vallvé
Technical Engineer in Telecommunications. Director of Marketing, specialist in Online Marketing Strategies and Project Management. Founder of the restaurant guide Onfan. Promoter of the project Gastronomic DNA of Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.


The subject Practices and Territories of the Current Design II, coordinated by Anna Pujadas, which belongs to the Master's Degree in Research in Art and Design is presented as a Forum for conferences, workshops and seminars open to the public. The presentations will be carried out by a selection of creators of emerging fields and practices, experts in new trends in the design process. Particular areas that promote the confluence of thought, scientific knowledge, artistic proposals and everyday practices, will be explored. It will also be analysed how these require the revision of concepts in design giving rise to new professional categories.

Talk "Big Data and Social Media" by Ismael Vallvé - Prácticas y Territorios del Diseño Actual II (MURAD)
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