The Information Design Summer Intensive is a virtual summer school that will run over July and August 2020. It will focus on design as translation and as a form of meta-reflection on studio practice in the age of pandemic response. Working reflexively within the very conditions to be explored, the intensive will engage participants to develop projects responding to the social, cultural, political, and health challenges of remote studio practice. Final outcomes will be compiled in an online exhibition format with a possible printed catalogue. This intensive forms a part of the Superlab project.
The intensive will begin in early July with a check-in and assigned readings and culminate in a 6-day virtual studio running from August 14 to 21. In time, more will be posted on the project theme here, and for information and registration please visit Emily Carr’s connect webpage for Information Design Projects, COMD 425.
Composite photography courtesy of Devansh Parikh
Keywords: intensive/extensive, multiple publics, virtual design studio, meta-reflection/reflexivity, theory of design.