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Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00
Lleras Building / From 11:00 to 16:00

07.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00
Lleras Building / From 11:00 to 16:00

Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

08.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

08.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 16:00

Opening

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Martin Tironi
Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Monika Bielskyte
Fiction and De-innovation
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
(Virtual conference)
09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium
(Virtual conference)

Working Group

(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 409

10.00 - 13.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 409

TENKUA. REDISEÑANDO FUTUROS PARA CIUDADES ROTAS

Las ciudades son sistemas artificiales complejos, cuyo crecimiento exponencial (y sus efectos) requiere la participación de todos en el diseño de soluciones. Aprender nuevas formas de actuar para enfrentar los retos sociales y ambientales (latentes o manifiestos) se presenta como la única alternativa para convertir los problemas en oportunidades. Este taller se basa en una metodología desarrollada por el Hub de Diseño Social y la Coordinación de Estudios de Futuros de Centro (México) que conjuga el derecho a la ciudad, el pensamiento anticipatorio, la economía circular y la innovación social, para la reflexión de ideación de futuros distintos desde nuestras comunidades.

Dirigido por:
Karla Paniagua. Centro, México.
Registro:

Not required.

Brigitte Baptiste
Opening Conference
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
10.00 - 11.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Break

Location: ML Building

10.00 - 10.30

Location: ML Building

Break

Location: ML Building

10.00 - 10.30

Location: ML Building

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
10.30 - 11.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 108
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Exploring the Benefits of Naturally Colored Cotton for Future Design Solutions. Sharda Nautiyal, Sakshi Paul.
_Biomining: an approach from biodesign in search for an ecological equilibrium. Lina Gisell Aranzalez Rodriguez, Brillyt Carolina Quimbayo Gutierrez, Carolina Páez Vélez.
_Prototype of a self-sufficient biofabrication protocol for remote territories. Aníbal Fuentes Palacios, Carolina Pacheco Glen, Adriana Cabrera Galindez, Alejandro Weiss Munchmeyer, María José Besoaín Narvaez.

Location: Bloque C / 213
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Hybrid Landscapes: Exchanges Between Art, Design and Technology in the Construction of Contemporary Culture in the Urban Interface. Facundo Colantonio.
_AgroLab: an interdisciplinary environment for education and research in agriculture 4.0. Freddy Zapata, Giacomo Barbieri, Yeferzon Ardila, Veronica Akle, Johann Osma.
_Building New Identities with Batik. Martin Bonney.

Location: Bloque C / 307
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Dress Action: an alternative for post-fashion. Corneliu Dinu Tudor Bodiciu.
_National Memory and Design Opportunities: Pattern Design of Traditional Chinese Festival Costumes. Kunyuan Li, Hui'e Liang.
_Designing fashion fictions: speculative scenarios for sustainable fashion worlds. Amy Twigger Holroyd.

Location: Bloque C / 308
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Pedagogical Strategies for Social Impact Design, Designing with the PopRua. Susan Melsop, Juliana Bertolini.
_A Research and Teaching Project for the Martesana District. Laura Galluzzo, Claudia Mastrantoni, Ambra Borin, Jixiang Jiang, Margherita Rasio.
_Citizenship Education as Transformative Learning. Massimo Santanicchia.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE

_The role of design in top-down and bottom-up social transformation processes.

Does the role of design and of the designer change from a top-down approach (where the business or government clients manage the projects) to a bottom-up approach (where communities self-organize) of socially focused projects? Is design a tool to connect/mediate between both approaches? How does the act of designing change in these instances?

Chair:
Alejandro Haiek Coll. Universidad de Umeå. Sweden.
Participants:
Eva de Klerk. Keynote.

Enrique Espinosa. EEESTUDIO, España.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
_Systems Thinking and Sustainable Design

Carolina Obregon, who teaches Sustainable Fashion and co-teaches the Biodesign Challenge at Universidad de Los Andes, will present and provide the opportunity for participants to test the systems thinking and mapping approach that she employs when teaching students how direct the design solutions in sustainable ways. For Carolina, systems thinking forms the backbone of every sustainable endeavor, as this approach helps students realize how connected, and interconnected our design practice is, while also providing opportunities to highlight the importance of and evaluate all of the actors in the design challenge.

Chairs: Robin Turner. Greenside Design Center, South Africa.
Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
_ReVeDa Research Vectors in Design and Arts.

The Working Group aims to draw a global map on research in design and the arts of Cumulus community and provide a showcase to the local University and researchers to introduce the results of their works. Furthermore, the WG will present the survey results about research practices within Cumulus Community, which will be part of a final publication.

Chairs:
Loredana Di Lucchio. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

Lorenzo Imbesi Co-Chairing. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 408
_Leadership and Strategy.

The CWG Leadership and Strategy meeting in Bogota will be a state of transition, looking at the achieved in the last years, the current situation (with a focus on Columbia / Latin America) and shaping the future of the CWG in terms of new expectations, new needs, new perspectives, new formats and new balances in global collaborations. This involves discussing common leadership challenges in times where design, design institutions, and education formats are changing, and lightweight opportunities for collaboration aiming at an efficient and sustainable impact on the institutions & stakeholders in society are emerging.

Chair:
Philipp Heidkamp. KISD, Germany.
Registration:
No previous registration required, but we ask all participants to share their experience. Please bring 5-10 key issues and questions for Institutional Internationalization Strategies from your perspective.
If you have any questions or want to present visual material, please contact Philipp Heidkamp heidkamp@kisd.de
Paper Presentations / Round Tables
10.30 - 11.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 307
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Social Design for Technology Transfer: An Experience in Rural Colombia. Juan Manuel España, Fabio Andrés Téllez.
_Plant-driven design and phytotechnology for the improvement of built environment. Laura Dominici, Elena Comino, Pier Paolo Peruccio.
_Rural Community Participation Digital Platform. Carlos Cobreros, María Elena Melón, Eduardo Rosado, Nohemí Lugo, Mariana Maya.
_An Educational Interactive Dashboard for AgroLab´s Aquaponic System. Pablo Figueroa, Leonardo Parra, Freddy Zapata.

Location: Bloque C / 308
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Abracemos lo Nuestro: Encouraging New Ideation with Traditional Paraguayan Textiles. Andrea Gonzalez Esteche, Melissa Dawson.
_The Transformed Social Function Of Religious Architecture – Take “Zhuangfang” As An Example. Lu Ding, Jiaye Chen, Qiang Wang, Stephen R. Drown, Anran Feng.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Fictions for the Real World.

This panel discusses the applications and implications of speculative design, critical design and design fictions in projects -outside academia- which have a powerful effect on the industry or government.

Chair: Juan Manuel Medina Del Rio. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Javier Guillot Entrepreneur, Colombia.
Veneta Stefanova Andonova Zuleta. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Rafael Vesga. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Ricardo Mejía. rrebrand strategic design, Colombia
Alejandro Gómez. Picnic, Spain.

Location: Bloque C / 308
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Appropriations.

Human beings are appropriators by nature. When we understand the appropriations as interventions that allow us to establish dialogues, to discuss, to empower, as well as re-think, re-imagine, and re-shape the present, we are modifying the future.

During this Roundtable, space appropriation issues will be addressed as the citizens’ actions, technological appropriation in response to systematic imposition, and cultural appropriation as a manifestation of identity.

Chair:
Daniel Nadal. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Dori Tunstall. Keynote.
Antonio Yemail, Yemail.
Arquitectura, Colombia.
Juan Pablo Calderón. Colombia.
Felipe Spath, Colombia.
Santiago Pradilla, Colombia.
Break

Location: ML Building

11.00 - 11.30

Location: ML Building

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
11.30 - 13.00
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Transdisciplinary Collaboration Mediated by Design: An Initiative for Rural Adaptation to Climate Change. Luis Beltrán-Forero, Fabio Andrés Téllez.
_BioForm: Learning at the intersection of science and design. Damian Palin, Sam Russell, Ferdinand Kohle, Enda O'Dowd, Yesim Flynn.
_Batracharium – An in situ participatory conservation and education programme for Amphibians in the Western Ghats of India. Gururaja Kotambylu Vasudeva.
_Building a BioDesign Curriculum. Jane Pirone, Jeni Wightman.
_Symbiogenic-Based Design: a novel methodological approach to design based on cooperation and integration. Alejandro Durán, Lorena O'Ryan.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Insights from a design-led inquiry about rural communities in Brazil. Caio Werneck, Javier Guillot, Bruno Paschoal.
_AQUA_MATICES: Interactive aquaponics for experience-based learning in STEAM. Yeferzon Alexander Ardila Adame, Veronica Akle Alvarez, María de los Ángeles González, Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Johann Faccelo Osma, Martha J. Vives Florez.
_Research Video: Audiovisual Ethnography and beyond. Léa Klaue.
_Finding a New Commons: Architecture’s Role in Cultural Sustainability for Japan’s Shrinking Regions. Julia Nakanishi.

Location: Bloque C / 408
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Hand-Making as The Interplay of The Personal and Collective in Designing Transitions. Marysol Ortega Pallanez.
_The Creation of a Digital Publication about Gender and Diversity for Early Childhood. Débora Gonzáles.
_Sustainable Design as Anti Fashion. Daniela Monasterios-Tan.
_Classroom as resistance: Micro-strategies for Design Education. Gaia Scagnetti, Nida Abdullah.
_Applying Human-Centered Design and Behavioral Economics to Drive Uptake of PrEP Among Sex Workers. Juanita Rodriguez, Dean Johnson.

Location: Bloque C / 407
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Designing governance in the fourth industrial revolution. Paula Riveros
_Re-Contextualising the Design Process. Varun Goel , Shalini Gupta.
_Patadesign: a pedagogical experiment on Design of Exception, Absurd Artifacts and Imaginary Interfaces. Isabella Brandalise, Henrique Eira.
_Re-Thinking the Design Role: experimenting new narrative & rhetoric design methods. Valeria María Lannilli, Antonella Valeria Penati, Alessandra Spagnoli.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Beyond the Walls.

The challenge of providing homes before dwellings, of asking who and how are the contemporary residents and the construction techniques used to shape these lives, let us question our performance as designers, architects, and artists, to improve habitat conditions from multiple perspectives. Along the post-conflict process that Colombia is experiencing, the compromise to attend vulnerable population demands for creative strategies to adapt to these complex coexistence scenarios while involving social, cultural, and economic elements beyond four walls.

Chairs:
Carolina Blanco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Santiago de Francisco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Sheila Burkhardt. Corpovisionarios, Colombia.
Gloria Serna. La Caja Arquitectos, Colombia.
Carlos Andrés Rodríguez. Compensar, Colombia.

Location: Bloque C / 307
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Prácticas y perspectivas de innovación social, economía circular y diseño de futuros desde la educación en Latinoamérica.

Los proyectos de innovación social, diseño de futuros y economía circular son cada vez más frecuentes en el contexto de la educación superior Latinoamericana. Ya sean prácticas institucionales o proyectos académicos (investigación, laboratorios y talleres) que suelen permancecer aislados e invisibles. La mesa busca generar un diálogo en español para intercambiar experiencias, acortar curvas de aprendizaje, formentar la vinculación y dar un primer paso en la creación de un ecosistema que de visibilidad, fortalezca la reflexión y las colaboraciones a nivel regional.

Moderadora:
Paulina Cornejo. Centro, México.
Panelistas:
José Allard. Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
Roberto Iñiguez. Tecnológico de Monterrey, México.
Ana María Fries. Artesanías de Colombia, Colombia.
Registro:
Diligencia el siguiente formulario: https://forms.gle/b1AhFjP9hbsrdi6g8
(This activity will be in Spanish).

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 401
_Service Design

We are pleased to ask you to join 3 hours session that is focusing on service design education. We are asking you to share case studies on your service design teaching. These can be short presentations of 10 minutes on master’s or bachelor level courses, educational programs, or specialization descriptions. The idea is to share experiences and have space for discussion.

Chairs:
Satu Miettinen. University of Lapland, Finland.
Essi Kuure. University of Lapland, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Satu Miettinen satu.miettinen@ulapland.fi before the 24th of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.

Location: Bloque C / 402
_Women in Design

“Women in Design” will be a platform for exchange, inspiration and mentorship. Sharing experiences and strategies and methods for coping will contribute to building a global network of women to support and promote each other.

Accessing and sharing knowledge on the challenges many women face can contribute to building assertiveness and empowering women in design, across cultures, to have the courage to take on visible, important positions within their society.

Chair:
Rachel Troye. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway.
Registration:
No previous registration required.
Dori Tunstall
Somewhere, Nowhere, Anyone, Everyone
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
11.30 - 12.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Daniel Grushkin
Biodiversity-Driven Design
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
11.30 - 12.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Working Group

Location: Block C / 701

12.00 - 17.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 701

DESIGN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH DAYS (DERdays)

The Cumulus+IxDA partnership with institutions and organizations from different parts of the world will create diversified and constructed spaces for conversations building on the synergy of education and research expertise.

The Bogota Edition will be the first in LATAM where the focus will be on:

- Mapping topics important for the designers
- Revisit the matrix skills set by IxDA+Cumulus
- Connecting education agendas between different institutions
- Expressing practitioners and educators’ zones of knowledge amplification

Chairs:
CUMULUS
IxDA
Registration:
Send an email to Justyna Molik Justyna justyna.molik@aalto.fi

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

12.30 - 13.30

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

12.30 - 14.30

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

13.00 - 15.00

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Cultural program
13.30 - 18.00
Working Group

Location: Block C / 409

14.00 - 18.00
Location: Block C / 409

DxCC BOGOTÁ 2019 DESIGN FOR COLLABORATIVE CITIES: COLLABORATIVE PEOPLE I CHALLENGING PLACES

The seminar motivates participants to discuss if and how collaboration emerges in different challenging contexts. It also aims to discover if and how the practice of design could facilitate collaboration while people struggle day by day for survival. Participants will interact around three areas of work: Collaborative living and poverty challenges, Collaborative work and conflict reconciliation challenges, Collaborative care for the commons, and environmental crisis challenges.

Chair:

Desis Network Association.
Registration:
bit.ly/33yIJTG

Paper Presentations / Round Tables
14.30 - 16.00
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 701
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Walking in the Age of Anthropocene: An Interdisciplinary Learning Experiment for a Sustainable Future. Fan Feng.
_Techno-aesthetic spaces of fiction. Karen Aune.
_History May Lead to Future: How Chinese Five Elements Theory Help to Improve Products’ Emotional Durability. Ruimin Hao, Jiapei Zou.
_Transforming agriculture through urban production methodologies with the super potato. Elizabeth Dellheim, Laura Cabrera, Pablo Llinás, Stephen Bruque.
_Sensing Nature: Experience design for learning the interplay between materials and emotions. Sara Lucia Rueda Mejía.

Location: Bloque C / 105
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_A contemporary urban humanism: The urban space as cultural framework for participative architecture, graffiti image and urban genres. Omar Campos Rivera.
_Bogota dust and paper city: a critical design exercise that explores corruption in town. Viviana Alejandra Moya Arenas.
_Socially engaged Design and Art Education practices for reinventing territories. Andréia Menezes De Bernardi, Edson José Carpintero Rezende, Juliana Rocha Franco.
_Photo-ethnography and Political Engagement: Studying performative subversions of public space. Pablo Hermansen, Roberto Fernández.

Location: Bloque C / 106
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_The Metafictional Narrative Of Things And Spaces: The place of Films in Design Fiction. Mónica Paola Peña Zambrano.
_POSTHUMANWEAR — Exploring Posthuman Identities and Aesthetics Through Design Fiction. Juan Guevara.
_Technologies for introspection: speculations about the relationship between subject, perception and technology. Laura Catalina Junco Gómez.
_Provocative Playground: Co-Design of Urban Spaces in Contexts of High Degree of Marginalization. Mariana Maya, Carlos Cobreros, Gustavo Peñaloza.
_The extended praxis of design, towards a characterization of the Advanced Design cultures. Roberto Iñiguez Flores, Ruth Maribel León Morán, Flaviano Celaschi, Elena María Formia.

Location: Bloque C / 209
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Movement and Place-making in a Monsoon Terrain. Deepta Sateesh.
_Indigenous ancestral imaginaries and material transformation from an anthropologic design approach. Ricardo Labra Mocarquer, Christian Basáez Villagrán.
_Artisans & designers: seeking fairness within capitalism & the gig economy. Cynthia Lawson, Raphaele Chappe.
_Saber del monte: Design as a catalyst for socio-ecological reciprocity in Montes de Maria. Lina López-López, Miguel Navarro-Sanint, Natalia Cardenas-Cardenas.

ROUND TABLE

Location: Bloque C / 308
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural, from Bogota.

The proponents of the track and the keynote invite to an open dialogue about the city, the countryside and the new information and communication technologies in which professors from the School of Architecture and Design who work on these issues will present their current projects and their conceptual frameworks, in particular, it will delve into fundamental questions on these issues that are relevant to the urban and landscape condition of the city of Bogotá.

Chairs:
Isabel Cristina Arteaga. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Andrés Burbano. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Martín Tironi, Keynote.
Leonardo Parra. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Manuela Guzmán. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Pedro Aparicio. Altiplano, Colombia.
Diego Bermudez. Bermúdez Arquitectos, Colombia.
Rafael Méndez. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
15.00 - 16.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 212
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Sensing iGoli: Applying Typological Activity System Models in the Design of Innovative and Appropriate Urban Technologies. Terence Fenn, Angus Donald Campbell.
_Shanghai (1912 -1949): Value of Consumer Goods in the Urban-Rural Interaction Relationship. Yanghuan Long, Qiang Wang, Chen Fan.
_Inspirations from Jiangnan Classic Garden to City Landscape Design Requirements. Shu Xu, Weimin Guo.
_Sense-making strategies in ICT adoption for rural population in the Dominican Republic. Azalya Latorre.
_Designing Rural Experiences through Service Design Methods and Strategic Scenarios: Two case studies in Jalisco, Mexico. Ruth León Morán, David Sánchez Ruano, Roberto Iñiguez Flores.

Location: Bloque C / 106
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Walking Backwards into the Future: Using Indigenous Wisdom within design. Nan O'Sullivan.
_Collaboration as a Form of Counter-Culture. Dickson Adu-Agyei, Finzi Saidi, Jabu Absalom Makhubu.
_From Self-Care to We-Care: Practical Tools for Fighting Organizational Burnout. Jenny Liu, Hannah Roodman.
_Bio-currencies: an alternative to Payments for Environmental Services (PES). Santiago De Francisco, Miguel Navarro-Sanint, María Belén Castellanos Ramírez, Leidy Lorena Rodríguez Pinto, Catalina Ramírez Díaz.

Location: Bloque C / 204
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Black Panther’s Utopian Project: Fiction and Speculation by Non-Architects as a Potential for Innovative Production. Vaissnavi Shukl, Fiona Kenney.
_Everyone designs: Identity and Determinism in the Digital Age. Miguel Lopez Melendez.

Location: Bloque C / 211
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Controversial-oriented storytelling as a method for dealing with wicked problems. Nicole Thais Da Simonato, Guilherme Englert Corrêa Meyer.
_Participatory design through jewellery prototypes: Scandinavian designers and Zimbabwean village artisans. Margaret Rynning.
_Carpas Sociales: a strategy for social innovation in Fenicia through aquaponics. Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Maria Catalina Ramirez Cajiao, Laura Camila Amaya García.
_Perceived Value of Design through the Lens of Generation Z (Gen Z). Aija Freimane.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 307
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN

_Biodesign Disrupter for Dystopia.

Biodesign is an emerging field, but not a new form of design. The living world has always been present in design from inspiration to materiality. Communities of designers, biologists, tinkerers, bio-hackers and bio-makers around the world are combining science and design in order to solve the worlds most wicked problems. Design is at a turning point where its practice must change and further involve the natural world not as its dispensary but as its co-creator. The challenge is to disrupt the system with it and not against it, therefore Biodesign hacks the natural world and finally suspends limits creating new language forms of sustainable discourse. 

Chair:
 Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.


Panticipants:
 Daniel Grushkin. Keynote.

Christiaan Nieman. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Karen Aune. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 701
_Art and design teacher education and pedagogy (AADTE)

Within the Cumulus network there are a lot of expertise in art and design pedagogy. We are interested in sharing and accumulating this expertise. You are warmly welcome to join the meeting with short case study presentations and discussion by participants.

More information about the AADTE see our blog: https://bit.ly/35nfhC3

Chair:
Martti Raevaara. Aalto University, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Martti Raevaara martti.raevaara@aalto.fi before the 22nd of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.
Break

Location: Block C

16.00 - 16.30

Location: Block C

Break

Location: Block C

16.30 - 17.00

Location: Block C

Eva de Klerk
Design and Counterculture
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
16.30 - 17.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

School Exhibition Opening

Location: Block C / Exhibition hall, 1st floor

17.00 - 17.30
Closing

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

17.30 - 18.30
Botanical: Illustration Challenge

Challenge de 24 horas
Finaliza el martes a las 18:00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

18.00 - 18.00
Challenge de 24 horas - Finaliza el martes a las 18:00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

El reto es experimentar y aprender a desarrollar una ilustración botánica, logrando representar una planta a partir del análisis de su forma y sus detalles. El proceso comprenderá una serie de instrucciones de exploración, observación y estudio formal de las especies. El trabajo se materializará con base en la construcción de composiciones referenciales y luego desarrollando ilustraciones digitales que buscarán reflejar resultados de la expresión en el campo de lo estético, lo temático y lo estructural, con el fin de dar a conocer una parte de la biodiversidad del país a través del quehacer ilustrativo y mediante una compilación final. Adicionalmente, los resultados harán parte de una serie que se está desarrollando para una publicación con el Jardín Botánico de Bogotá.

Dirigido por:
Carolina Rojas.
Registro:
Diligencia el siguiente formulario:
https://form.jotformz.com/92896437233669

Working Group

(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

18.00 - 00.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

TRASNOCHO CON LA MADRE TIERRA. COSMOVISIÓN KOGUI PARA DESCOLONIZAR EL PENSAMIENTO

Un trasnocho para los Koguis es una escuela para desaprender. Es un encuentro en el que a través de la meditación nos preguntaremos sobre las maneras en las que vemos el mundo. En este espacio entraremos en sintonía con la madre tierra y nos entenderemos como parte de ella. Antes de pensar en el futuro los invitamos a que desaprendamos para poder crearlo y producir nuevas posibilidades que nos permitan vivirlo.

Dirigido por:
Roberto Nakoguí —Mamo Kogui— y Susana Nakogui.
Con el apoyo:
Eliana Sánchez-Aldana, Jaime Patarroyo y Roxana Martínez.
Registro:

Diligencia el siguiente formulario y trae tu yoga mat o una cobija para una sesión confortable:
https://form.jotformz.com/92886617569680

Welcome Cocktail

Location: Artesanías de Colombia. (Walking distance)

18.00 - 21.30
Gala

Location: Andrés D.C. (Buses depart from the north side of the ML Building)

19.00 - 21.30

Monday / OCT 28

Tuesday / OCT 29

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thursday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00
Lleras Building / From 11:00 to 16:00

07.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00
Lleras Building / From 11:00 to 16:00

Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

08.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

Conference Registration

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 11:00

08.00 - 09.00

Location: ML Building / South side entry, until 16:00

Wednesday / OCT 30

  • Conference Registration
    07.00 - 09.00

Thursday / OCT 31

  • Conference Registration
    08.00 - 09.00

Friday / NOV 1

  • Conference Registration
    08.00 - 09.00
Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Martin Tironi
Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Monika Bielskyte
Fiction and De-innovation
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
(Virtual conference)
09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium
(Virtual conference)

Brigitte Baptiste
Opening Conference
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
10.00 - 11.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Dori Tunstall
Somewhere, Nowhere, Anyone, Everyone
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
11.30 - 12.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Daniel Grushkin
Biodiversity-Driven Design
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
11.30 - 12.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Eva de Klerk
Design and Counterculture
Location: ML Building / Auditorium
16.30 - 17.30

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thursday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Break

Location: ML Building

10.00 - 10.30

Location: ML Building

Break

Location: ML Building

10.00 - 10.30

Location: ML Building

Break

Location: ML Building

11.00 - 11.30

Location: ML Building

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

12.30 - 13.30

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

12.30 - 14.30

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Lunch

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

13.00 - 15.00

Location: Block C / Rooftop, 7th floor

Break

Location: Block C

16.00 - 16.30

Location: Block C

Break

Location: Block C

16.30 - 17.00

Location: Block C

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thursday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
10.30 - 11.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 108
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Exploring the Benefits of Naturally Colored Cotton for Future Design Solutions. Sharda Nautiyal, Sakshi Paul.
_Biomining: an approach from biodesign in search for an ecological equilibrium. Lina Gisell Aranzalez Rodriguez, Brillyt Carolina Quimbayo Gutierrez, Carolina Páez Vélez.
_Prototype of a self-sufficient biofabrication protocol for remote territories. Aníbal Fuentes Palacios, Carolina Pacheco Glen, Adriana Cabrera Galindez, Alejandro Weiss Munchmeyer, María José Besoaín Narvaez.

Location: Bloque C / 213
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Hybrid Landscapes: Exchanges Between Art, Design and Technology in the Construction of Contemporary Culture in the Urban Interface. Facundo Colantonio.
_AgroLab: an interdisciplinary environment for education and research in agriculture 4.0. Freddy Zapata, Giacomo Barbieri, Yeferzon Ardila, Veronica Akle, Johann Osma.
_Building New Identities with Batik. Martin Bonney.

Location: Bloque C / 307
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Dress Action: an alternative for post-fashion. Corneliu Dinu Tudor Bodiciu.
_National Memory and Design Opportunities: Pattern Design of Traditional Chinese Festival Costumes. Kunyuan Li, Hui'e Liang.
_Designing fashion fictions: speculative scenarios for sustainable fashion worlds. Amy Twigger Holroyd.

Location: Bloque C / 308
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Pedagogical Strategies for Social Impact Design, Designing with the PopRua. Susan Melsop, Juliana Bertolini.
_A Research and Teaching Project for the Martesana District. Laura Galluzzo, Claudia Mastrantoni, Ambra Borin, Jixiang Jiang, Margherita Rasio.
_Citizenship Education as Transformative Learning. Massimo Santanicchia.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE

_The role of design in top-down and bottom-up social transformation processes.

Does the role of design and of the designer change from a top-down approach (where the business or government clients manage the projects) to a bottom-up approach (where communities self-organize) of socially focused projects? Is design a tool to connect/mediate between both approaches? How does the act of designing change in these instances?

Chair:
Alejandro Haiek Coll. Universidad de Umeå. Sweden.
Participants:
Eva de Klerk. Keynote.

Enrique Espinosa. EEESTUDIO, España.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
_Systems Thinking and Sustainable Design

Carolina Obregon, who teaches Sustainable Fashion and co-teaches the Biodesign Challenge at Universidad de Los Andes, will present and provide the opportunity for participants to test the systems thinking and mapping approach that she employs when teaching students how direct the design solutions in sustainable ways. For Carolina, systems thinking forms the backbone of every sustainable endeavor, as this approach helps students realize how connected, and interconnected our design practice is, while also providing opportunities to highlight the importance of and evaluate all of the actors in the design challenge.

Chairs: Robin Turner. Greenside Design Center, South Africa.
Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
_ReVeDa Research Vectors in Design and Arts.

The Working Group aims to draw a global map on research in design and the arts of Cumulus community and provide a showcase to the local University and researchers to introduce the results of their works. Furthermore, the WG will present the survey results about research practices within Cumulus Community, which will be part of a final publication.

Chairs:
Loredana Di Lucchio. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

Lorenzo Imbesi Co-Chairing. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 408
_Leadership and Strategy.

The CWG Leadership and Strategy meeting in Bogota will be a state of transition, looking at the achieved in the last years, the current situation (with a focus on Columbia / Latin America) and shaping the future of the CWG in terms of new expectations, new needs, new perspectives, new formats and new balances in global collaborations. This involves discussing common leadership challenges in times where design, design institutions, and education formats are changing, and lightweight opportunities for collaboration aiming at an efficient and sustainable impact on the institutions & stakeholders in society are emerging.

Chair:
Philipp Heidkamp. KISD, Germany.
Registration:
No previous registration required, but we ask all participants to share their experience. Please bring 5-10 key issues and questions for Institutional Internationalization Strategies from your perspective.
If you have any questions or want to present visual material, please contact Philipp Heidkamp heidkamp@kisd.de
Paper Presentations / Round Tables
10.30 - 11.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 307
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Social Design for Technology Transfer: An Experience in Rural Colombia. Juan Manuel España, Fabio Andrés Téllez.
_Plant-driven design and phytotechnology for the improvement of built environment. Laura Dominici, Elena Comino, Pier Paolo Peruccio.
_Rural Community Participation Digital Platform. Carlos Cobreros, María Elena Melón, Eduardo Rosado, Nohemí Lugo, Mariana Maya.
_An Educational Interactive Dashboard for AgroLab´s Aquaponic System. Pablo Figueroa, Leonardo Parra, Freddy Zapata.

Location: Bloque C / 308
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Abracemos lo Nuestro: Encouraging New Ideation with Traditional Paraguayan Textiles. Andrea Gonzalez Esteche, Melissa Dawson.
_The Transformed Social Function Of Religious Architecture – Take “Zhuangfang” As An Example. Lu Ding, Jiaye Chen, Qiang Wang, Stephen R. Drown, Anran Feng.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Fictions for the Real World.

This panel discusses the applications and implications of speculative design, critical design and design fictions in projects -outside academia- which have a powerful effect on the industry or government.

Chair: Juan Manuel Medina Del Rio. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Javier Guillot Entrepreneur, Colombia.
Veneta Stefanova Andonova Zuleta. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Rafael Vesga. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Ricardo Mejía. rrebrand strategic design, Colombia
Alejandro Gómez. Picnic, Spain.

Location: Bloque C / 308
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Appropriations.

Human beings are appropriators by nature. When we understand the appropriations as interventions that allow us to establish dialogues, to discuss, to empower, as well as re-think, re-imagine, and re-shape the present, we are modifying the future.

During this Roundtable, space appropriation issues will be addressed as the citizens’ actions, technological appropriation in response to systematic imposition, and cultural appropriation as a manifestation of identity.

Chair:
Daniel Nadal. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Dori Tunstall. Keynote.
Antonio Yemail, Yemail.
Arquitectura, Colombia.
Juan Pablo Calderón. Colombia.
Felipe Spath, Colombia.
Santiago Pradilla, Colombia.
Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
11.30 - 13.00
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Transdisciplinary Collaboration Mediated by Design: An Initiative for Rural Adaptation to Climate Change. Luis Beltrán-Forero, Fabio Andrés Téllez.
_BioForm: Learning at the intersection of science and design. Damian Palin, Sam Russell, Ferdinand Kohle, Enda O'Dowd, Yesim Flynn.
_Batracharium – An in situ participatory conservation and education programme for Amphibians in the Western Ghats of India. Gururaja Kotambylu Vasudeva.
_Building a BioDesign Curriculum. Jane Pirone, Jeni Wightman.
_Symbiogenic-Based Design: a novel methodological approach to design based on cooperation and integration. Alejandro Durán, Lorena O'Ryan.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Insights from a design-led inquiry about rural communities in Brazil. Caio Werneck, Javier Guillot, Bruno Paschoal.
_AQUA_MATICES: Interactive aquaponics for experience-based learning in STEAM. Yeferzon Alexander Ardila Adame, Veronica Akle Alvarez, María de los Ángeles González, Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Johann Faccelo Osma, Martha J. Vives Florez.
_Research Video: Audiovisual Ethnography and beyond. Léa Klaue.
_Finding a New Commons: Architecture’s Role in Cultural Sustainability for Japan’s Shrinking Regions. Julia Nakanishi.

Location: Bloque C / 408
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Hand-Making as The Interplay of The Personal and Collective in Designing Transitions. Marysol Ortega Pallanez.
_The Creation of a Digital Publication about Gender and Diversity for Early Childhood. Débora Gonzáles.
_Sustainable Design as Anti Fashion. Daniela Monasterios-Tan.
_Classroom as resistance: Micro-strategies for Design Education. Gaia Scagnetti, Nida Abdullah.
_Applying Human-Centered Design and Behavioral Economics to Drive Uptake of PrEP Among Sex Workers. Juanita Rodriguez, Dean Johnson.

Location: Bloque C / 407
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Designing governance in the fourth industrial revolution. Paula Riveros
_Re-Contextualising the Design Process. Varun Goel , Shalini Gupta.
_Patadesign: a pedagogical experiment on Design of Exception, Absurd Artifacts and Imaginary Interfaces. Isabella Brandalise, Henrique Eira.
_Re-Thinking the Design Role: experimenting new narrative & rhetoric design methods. Valeria María Lannilli, Antonella Valeria Penati, Alessandra Spagnoli.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Beyond the Walls.

The challenge of providing homes before dwellings, of asking who and how are the contemporary residents and the construction techniques used to shape these lives, let us question our performance as designers, architects, and artists, to improve habitat conditions from multiple perspectives. Along the post-conflict process that Colombia is experiencing, the compromise to attend vulnerable population demands for creative strategies to adapt to these complex coexistence scenarios while involving social, cultural, and economic elements beyond four walls.

Chairs:
Carolina Blanco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Santiago de Francisco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Sheila Burkhardt. Corpovisionarios, Colombia.
Gloria Serna. La Caja Arquitectos, Colombia.
Carlos Andrés Rodríguez. Compensar, Colombia.

Location: Bloque C / 307
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Prácticas y perspectivas de innovación social, economía circular y diseño de futuros desde la educación en Latinoamérica.

Los proyectos de innovación social, diseño de futuros y economía circular son cada vez más frecuentes en el contexto de la educación superior Latinoamericana. Ya sean prácticas institucionales o proyectos académicos (investigación, laboratorios y talleres) que suelen permancecer aislados e invisibles. La mesa busca generar un diálogo en español para intercambiar experiencias, acortar curvas de aprendizaje, formentar la vinculación y dar un primer paso en la creación de un ecosistema que de visibilidad, fortalezca la reflexión y las colaboraciones a nivel regional.

Moderadora:
Paulina Cornejo. Centro, México.
Panelistas:
José Allard. Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
Roberto Iñiguez. Tecnológico de Monterrey, México.
Ana María Fries. Artesanías de Colombia, Colombia.
Registro:
Diligencia el siguiente formulario: https://forms.gle/b1AhFjP9hbsrdi6g8
(This activity will be in Spanish).

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 401
_Service Design

We are pleased to ask you to join 3 hours session that is focusing on service design education. We are asking you to share case studies on your service design teaching. These can be short presentations of 10 minutes on master’s or bachelor level courses, educational programs, or specialization descriptions. The idea is to share experiences and have space for discussion.

Chairs:
Satu Miettinen. University of Lapland, Finland.
Essi Kuure. University of Lapland, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Satu Miettinen satu.miettinen@ulapland.fi before the 24th of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.

Location: Bloque C / 402
_Women in Design

“Women in Design” will be a platform for exchange, inspiration and mentorship. Sharing experiences and strategies and methods for coping will contribute to building a global network of women to support and promote each other.

Accessing and sharing knowledge on the challenges many women face can contribute to building assertiveness and empowering women in design, across cultures, to have the courage to take on visible, important positions within their society.

Chair:
Rachel Troye. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway.
Registration:
No previous registration required.
Paper Presentations / Round Tables
14.30 - 16.00
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 701
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Walking in the Age of Anthropocene: An Interdisciplinary Learning Experiment for a Sustainable Future. Fan Feng.
_Techno-aesthetic spaces of fiction. Karen Aune.
_History May Lead to Future: How Chinese Five Elements Theory Help to Improve Products’ Emotional Durability. Ruimin Hao, Jiapei Zou.
_Transforming agriculture through urban production methodologies with the super potato. Elizabeth Dellheim, Laura Cabrera, Pablo Llinás, Stephen Bruque.
_Sensing Nature: Experience design for learning the interplay between materials and emotions. Sara Lucia Rueda Mejía.

Location: Bloque C / 105
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_A contemporary urban humanism: The urban space as cultural framework for participative architecture, graffiti image and urban genres. Omar Campos Rivera.
_Bogota dust and paper city: a critical design exercise that explores corruption in town. Viviana Alejandra Moya Arenas.
_Socially engaged Design and Art Education practices for reinventing territories. Andréia Menezes De Bernardi, Edson José Carpintero Rezende, Juliana Rocha Franco.
_Photo-ethnography and Political Engagement: Studying performative subversions of public space. Pablo Hermansen, Roberto Fernández.

Location: Bloque C / 106
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_The Metafictional Narrative Of Things And Spaces: The place of Films in Design Fiction. Mónica Paola Peña Zambrano.
_POSTHUMANWEAR — Exploring Posthuman Identities and Aesthetics Through Design Fiction. Juan Guevara.
_Technologies for introspection: speculations about the relationship between subject, perception and technology. Laura Catalina Junco Gómez.
_Provocative Playground: Co-Design of Urban Spaces in Contexts of High Degree of Marginalization. Mariana Maya, Carlos Cobreros, Gustavo Peñaloza.
_The extended praxis of design, towards a characterization of the Advanced Design cultures. Roberto Iñiguez Flores, Ruth Maribel León Morán, Flaviano Celaschi, Elena María Formia.

Location: Bloque C / 209
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Movement and Place-making in a Monsoon Terrain. Deepta Sateesh.
_Indigenous ancestral imaginaries and material transformation from an anthropologic design approach. Ricardo Labra Mocarquer, Christian Basáez Villagrán.
_Artisans & designers: seeking fairness within capitalism & the gig economy. Cynthia Lawson, Raphaele Chappe.
_Saber del monte: Design as a catalyst for socio-ecological reciprocity in Montes de Maria. Lina López-López, Miguel Navarro-Sanint, Natalia Cardenas-Cardenas.

ROUND TABLE

Location: Bloque C / 308
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural, from Bogota.

The proponents of the track and the keynote invite to an open dialogue about the city, the countryside and the new information and communication technologies in which professors from the School of Architecture and Design who work on these issues will present their current projects and their conceptual frameworks, in particular, it will delve into fundamental questions on these issues that are relevant to the urban and landscape condition of the city of Bogotá.

Chairs:
Isabel Cristina Arteaga. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Andrés Burbano. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Martín Tironi, Keynote.
Leonardo Parra. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Manuela Guzmán. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Pedro Aparicio. Altiplano, Colombia.
Diego Bermudez. Bermúdez Arquitectos, Colombia.
Rafael Méndez. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
15.00 - 16.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 212
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Sensing iGoli: Applying Typological Activity System Models in the Design of Innovative and Appropriate Urban Technologies. Terence Fenn, Angus Donald Campbell.
_Shanghai (1912 -1949): Value of Consumer Goods in the Urban-Rural Interaction Relationship. Yanghuan Long, Qiang Wang, Chen Fan.
_Inspirations from Jiangnan Classic Garden to City Landscape Design Requirements. Shu Xu, Weimin Guo.
_Sense-making strategies in ICT adoption for rural population in the Dominican Republic. Azalya Latorre.
_Designing Rural Experiences through Service Design Methods and Strategic Scenarios: Two case studies in Jalisco, Mexico. Ruth León Morán, David Sánchez Ruano, Roberto Iñiguez Flores.

Location: Bloque C / 106
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Walking Backwards into the Future: Using Indigenous Wisdom within design. Nan O'Sullivan.
_Collaboration as a Form of Counter-Culture. Dickson Adu-Agyei, Finzi Saidi, Jabu Absalom Makhubu.
_From Self-Care to We-Care: Practical Tools for Fighting Organizational Burnout. Jenny Liu, Hannah Roodman.
_Bio-currencies: an alternative to Payments for Environmental Services (PES). Santiago De Francisco, Miguel Navarro-Sanint, María Belén Castellanos Ramírez, Leidy Lorena Rodríguez Pinto, Catalina Ramírez Díaz.

Location: Bloque C / 204
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Black Panther’s Utopian Project: Fiction and Speculation by Non-Architects as a Potential for Innovative Production. Vaissnavi Shukl, Fiona Kenney.
_Everyone designs: Identity and Determinism in the Digital Age. Miguel Lopez Melendez.

Location: Bloque C / 211
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Controversial-oriented storytelling as a method for dealing with wicked problems. Nicole Thais Da Simonato, Guilherme Englert Corrêa Meyer.
_Participatory design through jewellery prototypes: Scandinavian designers and Zimbabwean village artisans. Margaret Rynning.
_Carpas Sociales: a strategy for social innovation in Fenicia through aquaponics. Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Maria Catalina Ramirez Cajiao, Laura Camila Amaya García.
_Perceived Value of Design through the Lens of Generation Z (Gen Z). Aija Freimane.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 307
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN

_Biodesign Disrupter for Dystopia.

Biodesign is an emerging field, but not a new form of design. The living world has always been present in design from inspiration to materiality. Communities of designers, biologists, tinkerers, bio-hackers and bio-makers around the world are combining science and design in order to solve the worlds most wicked problems. Design is at a turning point where its practice must change and further involve the natural world not as its dispensary but as its co-creator. The challenge is to disrupt the system with it and not against it, therefore Biodesign hacks the natural world and finally suspends limits creating new language forms of sustainable discourse. 

Chair:
 Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.


Panticipants:
 Daniel Grushkin. Keynote.

Christiaan Nieman. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Karen Aune. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 701
_Art and design teacher education and pedagogy (AADTE)

Within the Cumulus network there are a lot of expertise in art and design pedagogy. We are interested in sharing and accumulating this expertise. You are warmly welcome to join the meeting with short case study presentations and discussion by participants.

More information about the AADTE see our blog: https://bit.ly/35nfhC3

Chair:
Martti Raevaara. Aalto University, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Martti Raevaara martti.raevaara@aalto.fi before the 22nd of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.

Wednesday / OCT 30

  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    11.30 - 13.00
  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    15.00 - 16.30

Thursday / OCT 31

  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    10.30 - 11.30

Friday / NOV 1

  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables
    10.30 - 11.30
  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables
    14.30 - 16.00
Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Working Group

(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 409

10.00 - 13.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 409

TENKUA. REDISEÑANDO FUTUROS PARA CIUDADES ROTAS

Las ciudades son sistemas artificiales complejos, cuyo crecimiento exponencial (y sus efectos) requiere la participación de todos en el diseño de soluciones. Aprender nuevas formas de actuar para enfrentar los retos sociales y ambientales (latentes o manifiestos) se presenta como la única alternativa para convertir los problemas en oportunidades. Este taller se basa en una metodología desarrollada por el Hub de Diseño Social y la Coordinación de Estudios de Futuros de Centro (México) que conjuga el derecho a la ciudad, el pensamiento anticipatorio, la economía circular y la innovación social, para la reflexión de ideación de futuros distintos desde nuestras comunidades.

Dirigido por:
Karla Paniagua. Centro, México.
Registro:

Not required.

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
10.30 - 11.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 108
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Exploring the Benefits of Naturally Colored Cotton for Future Design Solutions. Sharda Nautiyal, Sakshi Paul.
_Biomining: an approach from biodesign in search for an ecological equilibrium. Lina Gisell Aranzalez Rodriguez, Brillyt Carolina Quimbayo Gutierrez, Carolina Páez Vélez.
_Prototype of a self-sufficient biofabrication protocol for remote territories. Aníbal Fuentes Palacios, Carolina Pacheco Glen, Adriana Cabrera Galindez, Alejandro Weiss Munchmeyer, María José Besoaín Narvaez.

Location: Bloque C / 213
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Hybrid Landscapes: Exchanges Between Art, Design and Technology in the Construction of Contemporary Culture in the Urban Interface. Facundo Colantonio.
_AgroLab: an interdisciplinary environment for education and research in agriculture 4.0. Freddy Zapata, Giacomo Barbieri, Yeferzon Ardila, Veronica Akle, Johann Osma.
_Building New Identities with Batik. Martin Bonney.

Location: Bloque C / 307
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Dress Action: an alternative for post-fashion. Corneliu Dinu Tudor Bodiciu.
_National Memory and Design Opportunities: Pattern Design of Traditional Chinese Festival Costumes. Kunyuan Li, Hui'e Liang.
_Designing fashion fictions: speculative scenarios for sustainable fashion worlds. Amy Twigger Holroyd.

Location: Bloque C / 308
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Pedagogical Strategies for Social Impact Design, Designing with the PopRua. Susan Melsop, Juliana Bertolini.
_A Research and Teaching Project for the Martesana District. Laura Galluzzo, Claudia Mastrantoni, Ambra Borin, Jixiang Jiang, Margherita Rasio.
_Citizenship Education as Transformative Learning. Massimo Santanicchia.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE

_The role of design in top-down and bottom-up social transformation processes.

Does the role of design and of the designer change from a top-down approach (where the business or government clients manage the projects) to a bottom-up approach (where communities self-organize) of socially focused projects? Is design a tool to connect/mediate between both approaches? How does the act of designing change in these instances?

Chair:
Alejandro Haiek Coll. Universidad de Umeå. Sweden.
Participants:
Eva de Klerk. Keynote.

Enrique Espinosa. EEESTUDIO, España.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
_Systems Thinking and Sustainable Design

Carolina Obregon, who teaches Sustainable Fashion and co-teaches the Biodesign Challenge at Universidad de Los Andes, will present and provide the opportunity for participants to test the systems thinking and mapping approach that she employs when teaching students how direct the design solutions in sustainable ways. For Carolina, systems thinking forms the backbone of every sustainable endeavor, as this approach helps students realize how connected, and interconnected our design practice is, while also providing opportunities to highlight the importance of and evaluate all of the actors in the design challenge.

Chairs: Robin Turner. Greenside Design Center, South Africa.
Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
_ReVeDa Research Vectors in Design and Arts.

The Working Group aims to draw a global map on research in design and the arts of Cumulus community and provide a showcase to the local University and researchers to introduce the results of their works. Furthermore, the WG will present the survey results about research practices within Cumulus Community, which will be part of a final publication.

Chairs:
Loredana Di Lucchio. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

Lorenzo Imbesi Co-Chairing. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
Registration:
No previous registration required.

Location: Bloque C / 408
_Leadership and Strategy.

The CWG Leadership and Strategy meeting in Bogota will be a state of transition, looking at the achieved in the last years, the current situation (with a focus on Columbia / Latin America) and shaping the future of the CWG in terms of new expectations, new needs, new perspectives, new formats and new balances in global collaborations. This involves discussing common leadership challenges in times where design, design institutions, and education formats are changing, and lightweight opportunities for collaboration aiming at an efficient and sustainable impact on the institutions & stakeholders in society are emerging.

Chair:
Philipp Heidkamp. KISD, Germany.
Registration:
No previous registration required, but we ask all participants to share their experience. Please bring 5-10 key issues and questions for Institutional Internationalization Strategies from your perspective.
If you have any questions or want to present visual material, please contact Philipp Heidkamp heidkamp@kisd.de
Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
11.30 - 13.00
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 409 A
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:

_Transdisciplinary Collaboration Mediated by Design: An Initiative for Rural Adaptation to Climate Change. Luis Beltrán-Forero, Fabio Andrés Téllez.
_BioForm: Learning at the intersection of science and design. Damian Palin, Sam Russell, Ferdinand Kohle, Enda O'Dowd, Yesim Flynn.
_Batracharium – An in situ participatory conservation and education programme for Amphibians in the Western Ghats of India. Gururaja Kotambylu Vasudeva.
_Building a BioDesign Curriculum. Jane Pirone, Jeni Wightman.
_Symbiogenic-Based Design: a novel methodological approach to design based on cooperation and integration. Alejandro Durán, Lorena O'Ryan.

Location: Bloque C / 409 B
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Insights from a design-led inquiry about rural communities in Brazil. Caio Werneck, Javier Guillot, Bruno Paschoal.
_AQUA_MATICES: Interactive aquaponics for experience-based learning in STEAM. Yeferzon Alexander Ardila Adame, Veronica Akle Alvarez, María de los Ángeles González, Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Johann Faccelo Osma, Martha J. Vives Florez.
_Research Video: Audiovisual Ethnography and beyond. Léa Klaue.
_Finding a New Commons: Architecture’s Role in Cultural Sustainability for Japan’s Shrinking Regions. Julia Nakanishi.

Location: Bloque C / 408
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Hand-Making as The Interplay of The Personal and Collective in Designing Transitions. Marysol Ortega Pallanez.
_The Creation of a Digital Publication about Gender and Diversity for Early Childhood. Débora Gonzáles.
_Sustainable Design as Anti Fashion. Daniela Monasterios-Tan.
_Classroom as resistance: Micro-strategies for Design Education. Gaia Scagnetti, Nida Abdullah.
_Applying Human-Centered Design and Behavioral Economics to Drive Uptake of PrEP Among Sex Workers. Juanita Rodriguez, Dean Johnson.

Location: Bloque C / 407
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Designing governance in the fourth industrial revolution. Paula Riveros
_Re-Contextualising the Design Process. Varun Goel , Shalini Gupta.
_Patadesign: a pedagogical experiment on Design of Exception, Absurd Artifacts and Imaginary Interfaces. Isabella Brandalise, Henrique Eira.
_Re-Thinking the Design Role: experimenting new narrative & rhetoric design methods. Valeria María Lannilli, Antonella Valeria Penati, Alessandra Spagnoli.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 701
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Beyond the Walls.

The challenge of providing homes before dwellings, of asking who and how are the contemporary residents and the construction techniques used to shape these lives, let us question our performance as designers, architects, and artists, to improve habitat conditions from multiple perspectives. Along the post-conflict process that Colombia is experiencing, the compromise to attend vulnerable population demands for creative strategies to adapt to these complex coexistence scenarios while involving social, cultural, and economic elements beyond four walls.

Chairs:
Carolina Blanco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Santiago de Francisco. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
Participants:
Sheila Burkhardt. Corpovisionarios, Colombia.
Gloria Serna. La Caja Arquitectos, Colombia.
Carlos Andrés Rodríguez. Compensar, Colombia.

Location: Bloque C / 307
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Prácticas y perspectivas de innovación social, economía circular y diseño de futuros desde la educación en Latinoamérica.

Los proyectos de innovación social, diseño de futuros y economía circular son cada vez más frecuentes en el contexto de la educación superior Latinoamericana. Ya sean prácticas institucionales o proyectos académicos (investigación, laboratorios y talleres) que suelen permancecer aislados e invisibles. La mesa busca generar un diálogo en español para intercambiar experiencias, acortar curvas de aprendizaje, formentar la vinculación y dar un primer paso en la creación de un ecosistema que de visibilidad, fortalezca la reflexión y las colaboraciones a nivel regional.

Moderadora:
Paulina Cornejo. Centro, México.
Panelistas:
José Allard. Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
Roberto Iñiguez. Tecnológico de Monterrey, México.
Ana María Fries. Artesanías de Colombia, Colombia.
Registro:
Diligencia el siguiente formulario: https://forms.gle/b1AhFjP9hbsrdi6g8
(This activity will be in Spanish).

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 401
_Service Design

We are pleased to ask you to join 3 hours session that is focusing on service design education. We are asking you to share case studies on your service design teaching. These can be short presentations of 10 minutes on master’s or bachelor level courses, educational programs, or specialization descriptions. The idea is to share experiences and have space for discussion.

Chairs:
Satu Miettinen. University of Lapland, Finland.
Essi Kuure. University of Lapland, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Satu Miettinen satu.miettinen@ulapland.fi before the 24th of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.

Location: Bloque C / 402
_Women in Design

“Women in Design” will be a platform for exchange, inspiration and mentorship. Sharing experiences and strategies and methods for coping will contribute to building a global network of women to support and promote each other.

Accessing and sharing knowledge on the challenges many women face can contribute to building assertiveness and empowering women in design, across cultures, to have the courage to take on visible, important positions within their society.

Chair:
Rachel Troye. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway.
Registration:
No previous registration required.
Working Group

Location: Block C / 701

12.00 - 17.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C / 701

DESIGN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH DAYS (DERdays)

The Cumulus+IxDA partnership with institutions and organizations from different parts of the world will create diversified and constructed spaces for conversations building on the synergy of education and research expertise.

The Bogota Edition will be the first in LATAM where the focus will be on:

- Mapping topics important for the designers
- Revisit the matrix skills set by IxDA+Cumulus
- Connecting education agendas between different institutions
- Expressing practitioners and educators’ zones of knowledge amplification

Chairs:
CUMULUS
IxDA
Registration:
Send an email to Justyna Molik Justyna justyna.molik@aalto.fi

Working Group

Location: Block C / 409

14.00 - 18.00
Location: Block C / 409

DxCC BOGOTÁ 2019 DESIGN FOR COLLABORATIVE CITIES: COLLABORATIVE PEOPLE I CHALLENGING PLACES

The seminar motivates participants to discuss if and how collaboration emerges in different challenging contexts. It also aims to discover if and how the practice of design could facilitate collaboration while people struggle day by day for survival. Participants will interact around three areas of work: Collaborative living and poverty challenges, Collaborative work and conflict reconciliation challenges, Collaborative care for the commons, and environmental crisis challenges.

Chair:

Desis Network Association.
Registration:
bit.ly/33yIJTG

Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
15.00 - 16.30
PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Location: Bloque C / 212
SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:

_Sensing iGoli: Applying Typological Activity System Models in the Design of Innovative and Appropriate Urban Technologies. Terence Fenn, Angus Donald Campbell.
_Shanghai (1912 -1949): Value of Consumer Goods in the Urban-Rural Interaction Relationship. Yanghuan Long, Qiang Wang, Chen Fan.
_Inspirations from Jiangnan Classic Garden to City Landscape Design Requirements. Shu Xu, Weimin Guo.
_Sense-making strategies in ICT adoption for rural population in the Dominican Republic. Azalya Latorre.
_Designing Rural Experiences through Service Design Methods and Strategic Scenarios: Two case studies in Jalisco, Mexico. Ruth León Morán, David Sánchez Ruano, Roberto Iñiguez Flores.

Location: Bloque C / 106
DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:

_Walking Backwards into the Future: Using Indigenous Wisdom within design. Nan O'Sullivan.
_Collaboration as a Form of Counter-Culture. Dickson Adu-Agyei, Finzi Saidi, Jabu Absalom Makhubu.
_From Self-Care to We-Care: Practical Tools for Fighting Organizational Burnout. Jenny Liu, Hannah Roodman.
_Bio-currencies: an alternative to Payments for Environmental Services (PES). Santiago De Francisco, Miguel Navarro-Sanint, María Belén Castellanos Ramírez, Leidy Lorena Rodríguez Pinto, Catalina Ramírez Díaz.

Location: Bloque C / 204
FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:

_Black Panther’s Utopian Project: Fiction and Speculation by Non-Architects as a Potential for Innovative Production. Vaissnavi Shukl, Fiona Kenney.
_Everyone designs: Identity and Determinism in the Digital Age. Miguel Lopez Melendez.

Location: Bloque C / 211
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:

_Controversial-oriented storytelling as a method for dealing with wicked problems. Nicole Thais Da Simonato, Guilherme Englert Corrêa Meyer.
_Participatory design through jewellery prototypes: Scandinavian designers and Zimbabwean village artisans. Margaret Rynning.
_Carpas Sociales: a strategy for social innovation in Fenicia through aquaponics. Freddy Zapata Vanegas, Maria Catalina Ramirez Cajiao, Laura Camila Amaya García.
_Perceived Value of Design through the Lens of Generation Z (Gen Z). Aija Freimane.

ROUND TABLES

Location: Bloque C / 307
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN

_Biodesign Disrupter for Dystopia.

Biodesign is an emerging field, but not a new form of design. The living world has always been present in design from inspiration to materiality. Communities of designers, biologists, tinkerers, bio-hackers and bio-makers around the world are combining science and design in order to solve the worlds most wicked problems. Design is at a turning point where its practice must change and further involve the natural world not as its dispensary but as its co-creator. The challenge is to disrupt the system with it and not against it, therefore Biodesign hacks the natural world and finally suspends limits creating new language forms of sustainable discourse. 

Chair:
 Carolina Obregón. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.


Panticipants:
 Daniel Grushkin. Keynote.

Christiaan Nieman. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

Karen Aune. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.

WORKING GROUPS

Location: Bloque C / 701
_Art and design teacher education and pedagogy (AADTE)

Within the Cumulus network there are a lot of expertise in art and design pedagogy. We are interested in sharing and accumulating this expertise. You are warmly welcome to join the meeting with short case study presentations and discussion by participants.

More information about the AADTE see our blog: https://bit.ly/35nfhC3

Chair:
Martti Raevaara. Aalto University, Finland.
Registration:
Send an email to Martti Raevaara martti.raevaara@aalto.fi before the 22nd of October, 2019, with the title and three keywords of the presentation.
Botanical: Illustration Challenge

Challenge de 24 horas
Finaliza el martes a las 18:00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

18.00 - 18.00
Challenge de 24 horas - Finaliza el martes a las 18:00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

El reto es experimentar y aprender a desarrollar una ilustración botánica, logrando representar una planta a partir del análisis de su forma y sus detalles. El proceso comprenderá una serie de instrucciones de exploración, observación y estudio formal de las especies. El trabajo se materializará con base en la construcción de composiciones referenciales y luego desarrollando ilustraciones digitales que buscarán reflejar resultados de la expresión en el campo de lo estético, lo temático y lo estructural, con el fin de dar a conocer una parte de la biodiversidad del país a través del quehacer ilustrativo y mediante una compilación final. Adicionalmente, los resultados harán parte de una serie que se está desarrollando para una publicación con el Jardín Botánico de Bogotá.

Dirigido por:
Carolina Rojas.
Registro:
Diligencia el siguiente formulario:
https://form.jotformz.com/92896437233669

Working Group

(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

18.00 - 00.00
(This activity will be in Spanish)
Location: Block C

TRASNOCHO CON LA MADRE TIERRA. COSMOVISIÓN KOGUI PARA DESCOLONIZAR EL PENSAMIENTO

Un trasnocho para los Koguis es una escuela para desaprender. Es un encuentro en el que a través de la meditación nos preguntaremos sobre las maneras en las que vemos el mundo. En este espacio entraremos en sintonía con la madre tierra y nos entenderemos como parte de ella. Antes de pensar en el futuro los invitamos a que desaprendamos para poder crearlo y producir nuevas posibilidades que nos permitan vivirlo.

Dirigido por:
Roberto Nakoguí —Mamo Kogui— y Susana Nakogui.
Con el apoyo:
Eliana Sánchez-Aldana, Jaime Patarroyo y Roxana Martínez.
Registro:

Diligencia el siguiente formulario y trae tu yoga mat o una cobija para una sesión confortable:
https://form.jotformz.com/92886617569680

Monday / OCT 28

Tuesday / OCT 29

Wednesday / OCT 30

  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    11.30 - 13.00
  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    15.00 - 16.30

Thursday / OCT 31

  • Paper Presentations / Round Tables / Working Groups
    10.30 - 11.30
Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thursday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Opening

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

09.00 - 10.00

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

Cultural program
13.30 - 18.00
School Exhibition Opening

Location: Block C / Exhibition hall, 1st floor

17.00 - 17.30
Closing

Location: ML Building / Auditorium

17.30 - 18.30
Welcome Cocktail

Location: Artesanías de Colombia. (Walking distance)

18.00 - 21.30
Gala

Location: Andrés D.C. (Buses depart from the north side of the ML Building)

19.00 - 21.30

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thursday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

No events available!

Cultural
Programme

The activities of the cultural program are not included in the conference registration fee and are provided outside of the academic program. We have reserved Thursday afternoon (31/10/2019) for excursions.

For each tour, limited places are available. Please bear in mind that the excursions will only take place if there are enough participants.

If you are interested to attend any of the activities, please click the link bellow the tour of your interest and book.

THURSDAY
OCT 30 /

Ascent to Monserrate

Créditos: Felipe Andrés Restrepo

When looking up from any point of the city, it is impossible not to see Monserrate, at3,152 meters above sea level it watches over our city. Monserrate is the symbol par excellence of Bogotá, where you can find a panoramic view of the city and visit the Sanctuary of “Señor Caido de Monserrate”, millions of pilgrims and travelers have visited since its foundation in 1640.

— Activity Price —
USD $30

City tour

The tour begins with a Panoramic tour through the historic “La Candelaria”, at the center of Bogota. The tour includes a visit to The Gold Museum , which houses a collection of 34,000 pieces of pre-Colombian gold and more than 25,000 Pre-Colombian objects.

In Plaza Bolivar we will visit the Cathedral, Nariño House, Lievano Palace and the Palace of Justice.

— Activity Price —
USD $23

Gastronomic Tour

Visit one of the most important and well organized markets of the city, “Paloquemao”. Here you will find a variety of Colombian fruits and experience a flavor journey from the north to the south of Colombia, finishing with a tropical fruit juice.

— Activity Price —
USD $23

GraffiTour

The tour is led by a group of young people from the Egipto neighborhood in Bogotá. The guides are reformed criminals who
now want to show their transformation and positive influence on the processes of change in their environment.

The graffiti tour is a good way to understand the reality of many Bogotá neighborhoods and observe the resilience of the residents. Many of these areas and people have been marked by violence, but gradually violence is displaced by stories full of hope and longing
for a better life.

— Activity Price —
USD $28

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