Re, a design exhibition about change and transformation
Kulturparken Småland and Linnaeus University proudly present the degree projects from our three international design programs: Design + Change BA, Visual Communication + Change BA and Design + Change MA.
The future of things is built every day by the way we see, think and deal with current matters. It is something always applied, always repeated.
Re is a critical response, a process, and a mindset about making again, a repetition, a repositioning, a regeneration. Re acts as a link for theoretical and topical frameworks within each of our works and repositionings of design as a response to current practices and perspectives. Re is a way to show the reworking of things, ideas and concepts, showing that our work is accumulative, building, transforming, reiterating and reappropriating what has been; our cycles of thought, behaviour, and practice.
As a compilation of final works, we as creators are responding to our collective need for change. Covering a diverse range of topics, each of our projects introduces choreographies for the everyday practice of world making and refocuses attention on marginalised issues, taken-for-granted systems or forgotten ways of being in the world.
Tuesday, 28 May 2019
16:05-20:05, Embodied Names with Leen al Sibai – An interactive chance for you to embody your name on textile.
17:00-17:30, Opening Ceremony + Toast
17:30-17:45, “Observatio” with Hayden Moyle – Manifesto reading and national day of disidentifying.
18:00-18:30, Drinks with a Sea Urchin with Mathilda Dahlquist – Become one with the ocean over a glass of sparkling water.
19:00-16:00 (9 Jun), Staying with the trouble of bed making with Celia Cid – The bed maker comes daily to provide new bed sheets.
Wednesday, 29 May 2019
15:00-16:00, ‘If Only’ With Emma Parsmo & Camilla Guzmán – Film screening followed by conversation.
Thursday, 30 May 2019
14:00-16:00, Relationships Picnic with Ronja Håkansson – Bring a picnic and blanket to talk about relationships close to our hearts.
Monday, 3 June 2019
17:00-20:00, Make your own Power patch with Ronja Håkansson – A crafting technique workshop at Linnaeus University Växjö.