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Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00
Opening
09.00 - 09.30
Martin Tironi
Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural
09.00 - 10.00
Monika Bielskyte
Fiction and De-innovation
09.00 - 10.00
Brigitte Baptiste
Opening Conference
09.30 - 10.30
Break
10.00 - 10.30
Break
10.00 - 10.30
Break
10.30 - 11.00
Paper Presentation / Round Table
10.30 - 11.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Exploring the benefits of naturally colored cottonfor future design solutions.
_Biomining: an approach from biodesign in search for an ecological equilibrium.
_Prototype of a self-sufficient biofabrication protocol for remote territories.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Hybrid lanscapes: Exchanges between art, design and technology in the construction of contemporary culture in the urban interface.
_AgroLab: an interdisciplinary environment for education and research in agriculture 4.0.
_Building new identities with batik.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
Round table.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Dress action: an alternative for post-fashion.
_National memory and design opportunity: Deconstructionand reconstruction of chinese traditional festival clothing patterns.
_Designing fashion fictions: speculative scenarios for sustainable fashion worlds.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
_Designing with PopRua; Pedagogical strategies for social impact design.
_A research and teaching project for theMartesana District.
_Citizenship education as transformative learning.

Paper Presentation / Round Table
10.30 - 11.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
Round table.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Plant-driven design and phytotechnologyfor the improvement of built environment.
_AQUA_MATICES: Interactive aquaponicsfor experience-based learning in STEAM.
_An Educational Interactive Dashboard for AgroLab ́s Aquaponic System.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Shadowing colonies. Shapes of Portuguese Heritage and Visual Culture.
_Industrial Design strategies to enhance the valueof the Paraguayan artisans’ textiles.
_The Transformed Social Function Of Religious Architecture – Take “Zhuangfang” As An Example.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
Round table.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
Round table.

Paper Presentation / Round Table
11.00 - 12.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Transdisciplinary collaboration mediated by design: An initiative for rural adaptation to climate change.
_BioForm: Learning at the intersection of science and design.
_Batracharium – An in situ participatory conservation and education programme for amphibians in the western ghats of India.
_Building a biodesign curriculum.
_Symbiogenic-based design: A novel methodological approach to design based on cooperation and integration.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Social design for technology transfer: An experiencein rural Colombia.
_Insights from a design-led inquiry about rural communities in Brazil.
_Rural community participation digital platform.
_Research video: audiovisual ethnography and beyond.
_Finding a new commons: Architecture’s role in cultural sustainability for Japan’s shrinking regions.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Hand-making as the interplay of the personaland collective in designing transitions.
_Aesthetics, performativity and intertextuality in the creation of a digital publication about gender and diversity for the early childhood.
_Sustainable design as anti fashion._Classroom as resistance: Micro-strategies fordesign education.
_Sex work is real work - Using human-centered designand behavioral economics to drive uptake and retention of oral PrEP among female sex workers.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Designing governance in the fourthindustrial revolution._Re-Contextualising the Design Process.
_’Patadesign: a pedagogical experiment on Design of Exception, Absurd Artifacts and Imaginary Interfaces.
_Re-thinking the design role: Experimenting new narrative & retoric design.
_A design driven method: A case study on how to articulate research learning by shifting from project design to design research.
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
Round Table.

Dori Tunstall
Somewhere, Nowhere, Anyone, Everyone
11.30 - 12.30
Daniel Grushkin
Biodiversity-Driven Design
11.30 - 12.30
Cumulus Digital Working Group + IxDA + SDN
12.00 - 18.00
Lunch
12.30 - 14.30
Lunch
12.30 - 13.30
Lunch
12.30 - 14.30
Cultural program
13.30 - 18.00
DESIS Seminar
14.00 - 18.00
Paper Presentation / Round Table
14.30 - 16.00
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
Round Table.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Sensing iGoli: Applying typological activity system models in the design of innovative and appropriate urban technologies.
_Shanghai (1912 -1949): Value of consumer goods in the urban-rural interaction relationship.
_The enlightenment of traditional gardens incities in the south of Yangzi River to chinese urban landscape design under the background of urbanization.
_Sense-making strategies in ICT adoption for rural population in the Dominican Republic.
_Designing rural experiences through service design methods and strategic scenarios: Two case studies in Jalisco, Mexico.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Walking backwards towards the future.
_Collaboration as a form of counter-culture.
_Design against war. How can design support the effort to prevent conflict, mitigate war damages and promote culture of peace environments?
_From self-care to we-care: Practical tools for fighting organizational burnout.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Automated control wars: Collaborative-fictionfor transitions.
_Provocative Playground: Co-designof urban spaces in contexts of high degreeof marginalization.
_Black panther’s utopian project: Fiction and speculation by non-architects as a potential for innovative production.
_Design fiction: lateral thinking for social design.
_Everyone designs: Identity and determinismin the digital age.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE
_Storytelling guided by controversies as a methodfor dealing with wicked problems: an exercise on the topics of women, workplace and entrepreneurship.
_Empowering local communities by design: A shift towards a more sustainable future.
_Research video: Audiovisual ethnography and beyond.
_Carpas sociales: a strategy for social innovation in Fenicia through aquaponics.
_Perceived value of design through the lens of Generation Z (Gen Z).
Paper Presentation / Round Table
14.30 - 16.00
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Walking in the age of anthropocene: An interdisciplinarylearning experiment for a sustainable future.
_Techno-aesthetic spaces of fiction._History may lead to future: How chinese five elements theory help to improve products’ emotional durability.
_Transforming agriculture through urban production methodologies with the super potato.
_“Sensing Nature” - Co-designing learning experiences to explore where materials and emotions come from and where they can go.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
Round table.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_A contemporary urban humanism: The urban space as cultural framework for participative architecture, graffiti image and urban genres.
_Bogota dust and paper city: a critical design exercise that explores corruption in town.
_Socially engaged practices of design and art education for the reinvention of the territory: a history of co-creation in Lagoinha Complex.
_Photo-ethnography and political engagement: Studying performative subversions of public space.
_Bio-currencies: an alternative to Payments for Environmental Services (PES).

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_The metafictional narrative of things and spaces:The place of films in design fiction.
_POSTHUMANWEAR — Exploring posthuman identities and aesthetics through design fiction.
_Return to the body: introspection technologies.
_Neuroscience and futures.
_The extended praxis of design, towards a characterization of the Advanced Design cultures.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
_Movement and place-making in a monsoon terrain.
_Strategies for designer engagement with artisans.
_Indigenous ancestral imaginaries and material transformation from an anthropologicdesign approach.
_Artisans & designers: seeking fairness within capitalism & the gig economy.
_Saber del monte: Design as a catalyst for socio-ecological reciprocity in Montes de Maria.

Break
16.00 - 16.30
Break
16.00 - 16.30
Opening School Exhibition
16.30 - 17.30
Eva de Klerk
Design and Counterculture
16.30 - 17.30
Closing
17.30 - 18.00
Welcome Cocktail
18.00 - 21.30
Gala
19.00 - 21.30

Monday / OCT 28

Tuesday / OCT 29

  • Cumulus Digital Working Group + IxDA + SDN
    12.00 - 18.00

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thrusday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00
Conference Registration
08.00 - 09.00

Wednesday / OCT 30

  • Conference Registration
    08.00 - 09.00

Thrusday / 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 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Martin Tironi
Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural
09.00 - 10.00
Monika Bielskyte
Fiction and De-innovation
09.00 - 10.00
Brigitte Baptiste
Opening Conference
09.30 - 10.30
Dori Tunstall
Somewhere, Nowhere, Anyone, Everyone
11.30 - 12.30
Daniel Grushkin
Biodiversity-Driven Design
11.30 - 12.30
Eva de Klerk
Design and Counterculture
16.30 - 17.30

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thrusday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Break
10.00 - 10.30
Break
10.00 - 10.30
Break
10.30 - 11.00
Lunch
12.30 - 14.30
Lunch
12.30 - 13.30
Lunch
12.30 - 14.30
Break
16.00 - 16.30
Break
16.00 - 16.30

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thrusday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Paper Presentation / Round Table
10.30 - 11.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Exploring the benefits of naturally colored cottonfor future design solutions.
_Biomining: an approach from biodesign in search for an ecological equilibrium.
_Prototype of a self-sufficient biofabrication protocol for remote territories.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Hybrid lanscapes: Exchanges between art, design and technology in the construction of contemporary culture in the urban interface.
_AgroLab: an interdisciplinary environment for education and research in agriculture 4.0.
_Building new identities with batik.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
Round table.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Dress action: an alternative for post-fashion.
_National memory and design opportunity: Deconstructionand reconstruction of chinese traditional festival clothing patterns.
_Designing fashion fictions: speculative scenarios for sustainable fashion worlds.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
_Designing with PopRua; Pedagogical strategies for social impact design.
_A research and teaching project for theMartesana District.
_Citizenship education as transformative learning.

Paper Presentation / Round Table
10.30 - 11.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
Round table.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Plant-driven design and phytotechnologyfor the improvement of built environment.
_AQUA_MATICES: Interactive aquaponicsfor experience-based learning in STEAM.
_An Educational Interactive Dashboard for AgroLab ́s Aquaponic System.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Shadowing colonies. Shapes of Portuguese Heritage and Visual Culture.
_Industrial Design strategies to enhance the valueof the Paraguayan artisans’ textiles.
_The Transformed Social Function Of Religious Architecture – Take “Zhuangfang” As An Example.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
Round table.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
Round table.

Paper Presentation / Round Table
11.00 - 12.30
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Transdisciplinary collaboration mediated by design: An initiative for rural adaptation to climate change.
_BioForm: Learning at the intersection of science and design.
_Batracharium – An in situ participatory conservation and education programme for amphibians in the western ghats of India.
_Building a biodesign curriculum.
_Symbiogenic-based design: A novel methodological approach to design based on cooperation and integration.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Social design for technology transfer: An experiencein rural Colombia.
_Insights from a design-led inquiry about rural communities in Brazil.
_Rural community participation digital platform.
_Research video: audiovisual ethnography and beyond.
_Finding a new commons: Architecture’s role in cultural sustainability for Japan’s shrinking regions.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Hand-making as the interplay of the personaland collective in designing transitions.
_Aesthetics, performativity and intertextuality in the creation of a digital publication about gender and diversity for the early childhood.
_Sustainable design as anti fashion._Classroom as resistance: Micro-strategies fordesign education.
_Sex work is real work - Using human-centered designand behavioral economics to drive uptake and retention of oral PrEP among female sex workers.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Designing governance in the fourthindustrial revolution._Re-Contextualising the Design Process.
_’Patadesign: a pedagogical experiment on Design of Exception, Absurd Artifacts and Imaginary Interfaces.
_Re-thinking the design role: Experimenting new narrative & retoric design.
_A design driven method: A case study on how to articulate research learning by shifting from project design to design research.
SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
Round Table.

Paper Presentation / Round Table
14.30 - 16.00
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
Round Table.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
_Sensing iGoli: Applying typological activity system models in the design of innovative and appropriate urban technologies.
_Shanghai (1912 -1949): Value of consumer goods in the urban-rural interaction relationship.
_The enlightenment of traditional gardens incities in the south of Yangzi River to chinese urban landscape design under the background of urbanization.
_Sense-making strategies in ICT adoption for rural population in the Dominican Republic.
_Designing rural experiences through service design methods and strategic scenarios: Two case studies in Jalisco, Mexico.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_Walking backwards towards the future.
_Collaboration as a form of counter-culture.
_Design against war. How can design support the effort to prevent conflict, mitigate war damages and promote culture of peace environments?
_From self-care to we-care: Practical tools for fighting organizational burnout.

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_Automated control wars: Collaborative-fictionfor transitions.
_Provocative Playground: Co-designof urban spaces in contexts of high degreeof marginalization.
_Black panther’s utopian project: Fiction and speculation by non-architects as a potential for innovative production.
_Design fiction: lateral thinking for social design.
_Everyone designs: Identity and determinismin the digital age.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE
_Storytelling guided by controversies as a methodfor dealing with wicked problems: an exercise on the topics of women, workplace and entrepreneurship.
_Empowering local communities by design: A shift towards a more sustainable future.
_Research video: Audiovisual ethnography and beyond.
_Carpas sociales: a strategy for social innovation in Fenicia through aquaponics.
_Perceived value of design through the lens of Generation Z (Gen Z).
Paper Presentation / Round Table
14.30 - 16.00
BIODIVERSITY-DRIVEN DESIGN:
_Walking in the age of anthropocene: An interdisciplinarylearning experiment for a sustainable future.
_Techno-aesthetic spaces of fiction._History may lead to future: How chinese five elements theory help to improve products’ emotional durability.
_Transforming agriculture through urban production methodologies with the super potato.
_“Sensing Nature” - Co-designing learning experiences to explore where materials and emotions come from and where they can go.

SENSING THE CITY, SENSING THE RURAL:
Round table.

DESIGN AND COUNTERCULTURE:
_A contemporary urban humanism: The urban space as cultural framework for participative architecture, graffiti image and urban genres.
_Bogota dust and paper city: a critical design exercise that explores corruption in town.
_Socially engaged practices of design and art education for the reinvention of the territory: a history of co-creation in Lagoinha Complex.
_Photo-ethnography and political engagement: Studying performative subversions of public space.
_Bio-currencies: an alternative to Payments for Environmental Services (PES).

FICTION AND DE-INNOVATION:
_The metafictional narrative of things and spaces:The place of films in design fiction.
_POSTHUMANWEAR — Exploring posthuman identities and aesthetics through design fiction.
_Return to the body: introspection technologies.
_Neuroscience and futures.
_The extended praxis of design, towards a characterization of the Advanced Design cultures.

SOMEWHERE, NOWHERE, ANYONE, EVERYONE:
_Movement and place-making in a monsoon terrain.
_Strategies for designer engagement with artisans.
_Indigenous ancestral imaginaries and material transformation from an anthropologicdesign approach.
_Artisans & designers: seeking fairness within capitalism & the gig economy.
_Saber del monte: Design as a catalyst for socio-ecological reciprocity in Montes de Maria.

Wednesday / OCT 30

  • Paper Presentation / Round Table
    11.00 - 12.30
  • Paper Presentation / Round Table
    14.30 - 16.00

Thrusday / OCT 31

  • Paper Presentation / Round Table
    10.30 - 11.30

Friday / NOV 1

  • Paper Presentation / Round Table
    10.30 - 11.30
  • Paper Presentation / Round Table
    14.30 - 16.00
Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Opening
09.00 - 09.30
Cultural program
13.30 - 18.00
Opening School Exhibition
16.30 - 17.30
Closing
17.30 - 18.00
Welcome Cocktail
18.00 - 21.30
Gala
19.00 - 21.30

Wednesday / OCT 30

Thrusday / OCT 31

Friday / NOV 1

Monday / OCT 28 Tuesday / OCT 29 Wednesday / OCT 30 Thrusday / OCT 31 Friday / NOV 1
Cumulus Digital Working Group + IxDA + SDN
12.00 - 18.00
DESIS Seminar
14.00 - 18.00

Monday / OCT 28

Tuesday / OCT 29

  • Cumulus Digital Working Group + IxDA + SDN
    12.00 - 18.00
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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