Design Blind Spots 2050 at Harvard
August 29, 2013
On October 6th the Harvard Graduate School of Design will present an installation of the VisionArc’s Design Blind Spots 2050. Commissioned last year by the Design Singapore Council as an original research project, video production, exhibition, lecture and workshop, it was previously shown at the 2009 ICSID World Design Congress in Singapore. Design Blind Spots 2050 analyzes how major transitions in world economies, environmental systems and population densities have already shaped the foreseeable future. It asks how designers might use this moment as an opportunity to catalyze their own transition into new modes of practice and broader fields of engagement.