Servus D*sign Week

in conversation with OINC & Jens Vetter

In conversation with Sara Mlakar and Toma Pilein about the project OINC (Odd Interaction Concepts), and Jens Vetter on the project "Tangible Signals". Touching the topics of HCI (Human Computer Interaction), interface design, accessibility, design research and "estrangement" in the process of thinking beyond conventions.

OINC (Odd Interaction Concepts)
Sara and Thomas are artists and researchers within the field of HCI. They are curious about technology and its design. They do this through workshops, presentations, and through their research and art practice.

Jens Vetter
Jens Vetter is a media artist, musician and performer. He loves developing musical interface objects and playing concerts, questioning-utilising technology and improving his amateur programming skills. He works as a PhD candidate and lecturer at the Tangible Music Lab at the University of Art and Design Linz.


d*sign week – radio conversations
from November 21. – 25.
17:00 – 18:00

Moderated by Gabriela Gordillo
Sound Design: Florine Mougel
Language: English

d*sign week is a gathering dedicated to experimental and independent design practices, initiated by the local cultural platforms Potato Publishing and in collaboration with Kunstuniversität Linz, Timebased Media & Visual Communication, Radio FRO and Kulturverein zur Schießhalle.

The radio conversations of the d*sign week, propose a dialogue between the program’s contributors and special guests as a way to document, share and discuss critical perspectives. At the same time, it aims to give visibility to independent, activist and experimental projects and practitioners.

Keywords: odd interactions, interfaces, accessibility, open source, commons, feminist infrastructure, speculative design, technological appropriation, sustainability, low tech design, self-publishing, archive, diy, diwo, community, trans-disciplinary, un-disciplinary practices, translation, memory, critical design…

Zuletzt geändert am 11.01.24, 11:39 Uhr

Gesendet am Di 21. Nov 2023 / 17 Uhr

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