Multidisciplinary Design News

  1. WE DISSENT... Design of the Women's Movement in New York

    WE DISSENT... Design of the Women's Movement in New York

    "WE DISSENT... Design of the Women's Movement in New York," on view at the Cooper Union from October 2, looks at more than 150 years of feminist artifacts and printed matter from a variety of feminist and radical artists and collectives such as the Heterodoxy Club, Redstockings, the Guerrilla Girls, and more. The exhibition features more than 200 artifacts by women artists rarely seen and shown in order to reconsider the contributions of women to social unity and justice.

  2. The Senses - Design Beyond Vision

    The Senses: Design Beyond Vision

    The Senses: Design Beyond Vision exhibition, on view at the Cooper Hewitt from April 13 through October 28, will feature inclusive, interactive installations created in collaboration with contemporary designers. The exhibition invites visitors to encounter design with all their senses through several interactive installations, created in collaboration with contemporary designers, from a furry wall with digital sensors that play music to a scent commission by Christopher Brosius inspired by winter.

  3. A/D/O to Launch Research Program on Designing for Human Needs

    A/D/O to Launch Research Program on Designing for Human Needs

    A/D/O has announced "Homo Sapiens, I Hear You," a yearlong series of non-linear, non-conventional, and non-passive seminars in which participants will question and re-think humanity's essential needs -- and consider whether the modern practice of design addresses them. Conceived in collaboration with award-winning director, designer of experiences, and Research Director at A/D/O, Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun, the first seminar will be held on January 12, 2018.