DDW 2020 – [UN]Social Design Museum
During Dutch Design Week 2020, Dutch Design Daily shows a live activity on location every day, today the exhibition at Onomatopee.
Onomatopee presents the [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM: a phygital program consisting of various exhibitions and virtual events including a mini symposium, multiple book launches, an auction, workshops and talks.
With the [un]social conditions of current cultural programming, Onomatopee asks the question: how can we still create enough space to discuss, question, and reflect upon social [design] matters collectively? Taking into account the [un]social, [a]political, and [im]material dimensions in which design behaves today, the [UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM offers an on- and offline space to present and discuss a wide variety of design-related issues.
The program takes shape both physically and digitally, and offers a multitude of approaches towards design. From design criticism to expanded fashion practice, and from democratic design to design theatricality. Alongside Onomatopee’s self-initiated projects, a wide range of experts and upcoming talents from the field of graphic design, fashion, cultural studies, sociology and product design will be represented by Onomatopee in October and during Dutch Design Week.
[UN]SOCIAL DESIGN MUSEUM
Lucas Gasselstraat 2a, Eindhoven
October 8 – November 1, 2020