Wed 26 Feb 17.00
FREE, Booking Essential
BxNU Experimental Studio | BALTIC 39
Exhibition and conversation presented by Cally Gatehouse
This exhibition presents a view speculative design not as an abstract thought experiment or the production of future visions but as an embodied, material and social practice that enables us to glimpse previously unseen possibilities and these into shared spaces of wonder and concern.
Bringing together work produced in the course of 5 years of doctoral study, it features dysfunctional wifi networks, haunted transcripts, camp machines, idiotic figures, drunken screens, absent police officers, encounters with evangelists, and wearable data analysis. Drawing on the work of Donna Haraway and Karen Barad, it proposes speculative design practices as a diffractive form of research that entangles with the world in order to make a difference.
17.00 Private view
17.45 Talk from Cally Gatehouse in conversation with Kristina Andersen (TUe)