Wednesday, July 23 2008
The famed font aspires to eerie emptiness of meaning. Now, has it persuaded us to do the same?
Thursday, January 21 2010
Industrial design aspires to the commanding heights of consumer society, building its policy prescriptions and dogmatic assumptions about what makes us happy directly into the objects available to us.
Sunday, January 6 2013
Gary Hustwit's films are linked by a concern with the role of design in what people do everyday, largely as part of the little-thought-about background to daily life, particularly in cities and in the postindustrial consumer societies of North America, Europe, and East Asia.
Wednesday, April 4 2012
This is total immersion filmmaking, a crash course in all the elements of city life that concern planners, architects, politicians and activists: housing, transportation, growth, crime and sanitation.
Thursday, March 8 2012
Tonight’s speakers use the film's creative solutions lens to approach issues in our own city on the Genesee River.
Monday, November 23 2009
In Objectified, designers submit their interests are altruistic as well as personal: they want to design and be known for designing; they want to change how objects function.