Are We Human?: The Archeology of Design

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A holistic approach toward the omnipotence of design.
Are We Human? rethinks the philosophy of design in a multi-dimensional exploration from the very first tools and ornaments to the constant buzz of social media. The average day involves the experience of thousands of layers of design that reach to outside space but also reach deep into our bodies and brains. Even the planet itself has been completely encrusted by design as a geological layer. There is no longer an outside to the world of design. Design has become the world. Design is what makes the human. It is the very basis of social life. But design also engineers inequalities and new forms of neglect, such as lawlessness, poverty, and the climate at the same time as the human genome and the weather are being actively redesigned. We can no longer reassure ourselves with the idea of "good design." Design itself needs to be redesigned.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Colomina, Beatriz
Availability IP
Department Art and Architecture
Format Paperback
ISBN 9783037785119
Pages 176
Published 07/12/2016
Publisher Lars Mueller Publishers
Section Art and Architecture
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