In the attempt to copy culture, experience and performative empathy, the power of commonalitiez between design interventions indeed is a technology; given the different technological frameworkz it provides and infinite opportunities that it recapture. For some moments, It is sensed like it is in fact a bridge in time — the mind of the user who seeks the energy for developing ideas around us and leaps to the new generation of the everyday to generate understanding of today’s complex concepts and foresee the concepts in the gap of future which is inevitably lost.
Finding commonalitiez between Performative Power of design and the everyday interventions of Empathy, is a different technological experience when the technology is lost in the copy that you generate in attempt to recapture it. What culture provides on the other hand is in the infinite opportunities for understandings of complex concepts, somewhat frameworkz that can only can bridge your mind to moments in time when regardless of generation gap, the user can be used to be sensed for developing ideas and concepts and foresee the future. It is after all an energy around us.
Empathy is a Performative Experience of Power In the attempt to Finding commonalitiez between copy culture and design interventions that is in the technology that can be used to recapture different technological framworkz. It provides infinite opportunities for the mind of the user who can only generate moments in time, but can’t foresee the future. the understandings of complex concepts can be sensed everday. it is an energy, which is lost on a bridge around us while developing ideas and concepts of generation gaps.
Our experimentations have resulted in the form of a printed book and digital archive, each of which highlight our process and methodologies in unique ways. The book offers more explanation of our experience during each event and the methodologies explored to generate content.Download
We are a group of seven second-year MFA Communications Design students at Pratt Institute in New York City. For the past semester, we've been working on Techncolage, a project that stems from concepts of relational, anticipatory and performative design approaches and explores contemporary methodologies and practices that call for more improvisational and situationally-based approaches to design.
The project exaggerates upon these methodologies and rebels against a traditional, linear design process by building upon a concept that restrains from predetermined goals, embraces constraints, and utilizes performative experimentations to generate and develop content.