Risk Watch, Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby, 2007 (Wouldn't it be nice ..., Museum of Design Zurich, 2008)(Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, 2008) http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk/content/exhibitions/ 政情不安定な国の死傷者や事故の数が聞こえる。深刻な状況、自分にも影響がないはずのないことを他人事に感じている状況を批判? それをより身近に感じる為のデバイス?
What is Critical Design? design as a means to pose questions AXIS vol.132, 2008 Critical Design uses speculative design proposals to challenge narrow assumptions, preconceptions and givens about the role products play in everyday life. It is more of an attitude than anything else, a position rather than a method. CRITICAL DESIGN FAQ http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk/content/bydandr/13/0
「クリティカル・デザイン」 モノの現状を拒絶し、社会的、文化的、技術的、経済的価値を具体化するオルタナティブな デザインを通して、支配的な趨勢を批判する 「アファーマティヴ・デザイン」 モノが現在おかれている状況を強固にするように、文化的、社会的、技術的、経済的に順応 する (ほとんどのデザインが属する) http://www.japandesign.ne.jp/HTM/REPORT/belgium_ad/02/index2.html Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby, Design Noir:The Secret Life of Electronic Objects, Birkhauser, Basel, Cambridge, 2001 孫引きです..
Italian Radical Design (1970s) conceptual design (1980s) The term Critical Design was first used in Anthony Dunne's book Hertzian Tales (1999) and later in Design Noir (2001). Since then many other people have developed their own variations. CRITICAL DESIGN FAQ http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk/content/bydandr/13/0
“CRITICAL DESIGN” 提唱 Anthony Dunne RCA School of Design Professor and Head of the Design Interactions department DUNNE and RABY http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk
WHAT IF... We shared our homes with pigs bred to provide replacement human organs? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2OktTizSPk “In an imagined not so-distant future, shortly after birth, people will be given a piglet with their own DNA engineered into it. “ “an organ bank” “This project explores what kind of new objects might be needed if the pig lives in the home with its owner's family.” The Utility Pet products include: One: A pig toy with a microphone and a radio handset allowing the owner to listen to the pig enjoying itself. Two: A smoke-filtering device allowing a person to smoke in front of the pig without it suffering the consequences of passive smoking. Three: A low-resolution TV exclusively for pigs, which they can control themselves. Four: A comforter - a psychological product made from the snout of a pig, which helps people come to terms with the contradictory feelings generated by this complex situation. Utility Pets, Elio Caccavale, 2004 http://v2.nl/archive/works/utility-pets Experimenta Design 2003 Lisbon Biennaleでは、オーディエンスのデザイナーからは拒絶された。Anthony Dunneの学生。 a series of speculative products investigating the ethical consequences of xenotransplantation(=異種移植)。
Avatar Machine is a wearable system which replicates the aesthetics and visuals of third person gaming, allowing the user to view themselves as a virtual character in real space via a head mounted interface. The system potentially allows for a diminished sense of social responsibility, and could lead the user to demonstrate behaviors normally reserved for the gaming environment. This film was produced in association with the Design Museum, London as part of the 2009 Designers in Residence programme. With thanks to Philips Plastics phillipsplastics.co.uk/ AVATAR MACHINE - MoMA http://vimeo.com/66203735 Avatar Machine Design Museum - Designers in residence 2009 http://vimeo.com/7204895 AVATAR MACHINE, MARC OWENS, 2009? (Design Museumin London, MoMA) http://www.marcowens.co.uk/Avatar-Machine Third Person Gaming感を出す。社会性の喪失や、ゲームの世界と基底現実との境界について問いかけている(たぶん)。
Feral Robots An open source robotics project providing resources and support for upgrading the raison d'etre of commercially available robotic dog toys; and facilitating mediagenic Feral Robotic Dog Pack Release events. Because the dogs follow concentration gradients of the contaminants they are equipped to sniff, their release renders information legible to diverse participants, provides the opportunity for evidence-driven discussion, and facilitates public participation in environmental monitoring and remediation. Natalie Jeremijenko: The art of the eco- mindshift: Art Video: Art Talk http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=cI_RvjodH4Y Feral Robotic Dogs, Natalie Jeremijenko, 2005? http://www.nyu.edu/projects/xdesign/feralrobots/ 市販のおもちゃのロボット犬をアップデートして、汚染物質の探知犬に。open-sourceプロジェクト。renders information legible to diverse participants / provides the opportunity for evidence-driven discussion / facilitates public participation in environmental monitoring and remediation。WSも。 Feral Robotic Dogs – Natalie Jeremijenko http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/feral-robotic-dogs-natalie-jeremijenko.html