design concepts • work in progress . . .

four from twenty-three design concepts • work in progress of iD bachelor projects at gallery konstantin b., regensburg bavaria:

• konstantin beitsch
• simon budich
• ina turinsky
• laura wittmann

design, as a primary form of artistic invention and expression, embraces not only artifact making, but also the meaning we associate with objects through their shaping of our experiences. in design, the behavioral aspects of experiences have always been more powerful than the mere objects themselves. given our current environmental imperative, design will have to have solutions to problems not yet imagined. design can communicate the consequences of human intervention and make meaning out of human intent. this can truly shape our future. in terms of design education, it’s not the objects produced in schools that will have a lasting effect on the individuals, but the experiences of seeing the everyday world anew with a sense of excitement and discovery . . .

exhibit opening at gallery konstantin b. on january 28, 2016

posted 26 February 2016

categories design, education