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PechaKucha Presentation

Secret Lives of Objects

PRESENTED ON SEP 24, 2015
IN DUBLIN @ VOL 9

Dr. Lisa Godson researches, writes about and lectures on design and material culture. Current publishing projects include the books Making 1916: material and visual culture of the Easter Rising (Liverpool University Press) and Secret Lives of Objects: stories of design from modern Dublin. She is research collaborator with artists Jesse Jones and Sarah Browne on the major Artangel/Create/Arts Council of Ireland 2016 project In the Shadow of the State.

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The Secret Lives of Cones

BY JOACHIM MÜLLER-LANCÉ
@ VOL 66 ON OCT 28, 2009

You thought they were "just" cones, but think again. Joachim Müller-Lancé was in Tokyo for Design Week for this presentation, but normally resides in San Francisco, where he runs Kame Design.

"Presentation of the Day" on November 8, 2013.

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Objects in Disguise

BY TOVE THAMBERT
IN TOKYO

Presented as part of a "Sweden in Style" PechaKucha session held at the SuperDeluxe 10th anniversary party during Tokyo Designers Week 2012, Tove Thambert gives a tour of her work.

"Presentation of the Day" on February 5, 2013.

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Found Objects and a Desk

BY FRIDA ERSON
@ VOL 40 ON JUN 13, 2013

Frida Ersson is a recently-graduated student from Malmsten's college - one of the finest schools of cabinetmaking in the world. Her projects have entailed a fair degree of traveling, which serves as a way of lifitng inspiration for her work. Each trip taken would result in a plethora of found objects that would later see themselves incorporated into her final project; a glorious investment of time to create a stunning piece of craftsmanship - her desk. (in Swedish)

 

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Opening Up Architectural Questions

BY DOUGLAS CARSON
@ VOL 8 ON JUL 22, 2015

Douglas Carson is co-founder of Carson and Crushell Architects with Rosaleen Crushell. They design landscapes, buildings, interiors and furniture and also teach and write about the built environment.

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Intuitive Measures

BY SELMA DURAND
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 14, 2015

Selma Durand is an industrial designer focusing on simplifying complexity to create intuitive products and meaningful design experiences. As an industrial designer at IDEO in New York, she designs products, spaces, interactive experiences and is particularly attentive to users' everyday relationship with objects, focusing on the weight of our lives! Learn to measure with Selma!

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Personal observations of Dublin

BY GREGORY DUNN
@ VOL 10 ON DEC 02, 2015

Gregory Dunn has been working on personal photographic and film projects for a number of years documenting various aspects of Ireland with a particular interest in the unconsidered. Having successfully completed a course at Ballyfermot College of Further Education in Television Operations and Production he now works primarily in the field of documentary television.

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Re-Cycled Narratives - The Secret Lives of Found Objects

BY COELYNN MCININCH
IN FITCHBURG

Presenter Coelynn McIninch shares her creative process that elevates simple found objects into tiny narrative treasures.

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Disturbing Objects

BY SARA SJOBACK
@ VOL 59 ON MAY 18, 2017

Sara Sjöbäck, designer, tells her story from her childhood in Sjöbo to her current life. She recently graduated from Beckmans College of Design and was in Milan in April, during the design week there, to participate in the Prototypa workshops arranged by For Us with love.

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Objects as Magical Decoys and Divine Allurements

BY DANIEL MACK
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 09, 2017

Daniel Mack has been creating rustic work for 30 years, making furniture, architectural and garden structures, and sculptural objects. These 20 images, coming from 20 years of workshops in Making at the Omega Institute, explore the nature of an object-made, bought, found, gifted- as divinations or links between the realms of spirit and matter.