During Dutch Design Week 2022 three early evening pop-up salons connect a research on human footprints by designer Ineke Hans and DEA alumni Ned Kaar, with curator Annemartine van Kesteren’s online expo 'The Decay Economy' for Museum Boijmans van Beuningen.
How to 'make' a sustainable society, how to learn from the past and how to get grip on rationales such life cycle assessments and footprints calculations? Is that possible at all?
In public conversations atn three different locations, the current and historical changes in our ecological, social and economic footprints are discussed by various stakeholders in the current footprint debates that have been explicitly brought together: Designers & Makers (producers) , Users & Shakers (policymakers & trailblazers).The conversations are moderated by Ned Kaar, find press info here
BREAKING SALONWhen:Tuesday, 25 October 202218.30: doors open, 19.00: salon,20.00: pop-up bar till 21.00Where:Microlab Skybar / topfloor (Strijp-S)Kastanjelaan 400, 5616 LZ EindhovenLinksDDW info, herePrebook a free ticket, herePress info hereGUESTSDesigner: Hester van Dijk/ Reinder Bakker, OvertredersW - radical changers of architecture and developers of new perspectives on building by making architecture demountable and reusable, by borrowing and leasing materials, and by using biobased and recycled sources.https://www.overtreders-w.nl/enMaker: Nico Schouten, team lead new environment (Urban Mining) at Metabolic -Metabolic supports governments, businesses, academia and NGOs in adapting the global economy to a fundamentally sustainable statehttps://www.metabolic.nlUser: Toon Koehorst (Koehorst in ‘t Veld) – editorial design practice that concerns itself with exhibits. Producing books, exhibitions, concepts and research for museums, publishers and other institutes, curator ‘The Decay Economy’ in Museum Boijmans van Beuningenwww.boijmans.nl/en/exhibitions/the-decay-economy / koehorstintveld.nl Shaker:Femke Koops, Drift Rotterdam – The Dutch Research Institute For Transitions researches in the field of sustainability transitionshttps://drift.eur.nl â€‹REPORT