Design en Regards
A collection of texts, interviews and testimonials about new teaching practices of design.
To what may the difference in how Design is taught be attributed today? The fundamentals of its teachings are in a state of relative upheaval, and the trend seems to be moving gradually away from an approach rooted in the one-way transmission of its history, culture and theory, and more closely towards one rooted in mutual learning and practice. Johannes Itten and Walter Gropius firmly believed that Design Education was closely tied to the evolution of the inner being and the accomplishments related thereto, and was, in no way, to be a hindrance to the creative process or potential. For others, though, the field is the sole means to knowledge acquisition through the pooling of both think-how and design-how, enabling greater subjectivity and fostering an enlightened and free conscientiousness.
The texts gathered in this volume attest to the diversity of myriad players in the French-speaking community of Design Teaching, and attempt to shed light on a question that is not only complex, but also crucial.
Publication editor: David Bihanic
Contributors: François Azambourg, Ruedi Baur, Marc Baroud, Luc Bergeron, Samuel Bianchini, David Bihanic, François Brument, Evelyne Calzettoni, Etienne Candel, Xochitl del Carmen, Arias González, Clémentine Chambon, Matali Crasset, Fabienne Denoual,Jean-François Dingjian, Younes Duret, Ronald Filion-Mallette, Guillaume Foissac, Davide Fornari, Manuelle Freire, Bernard Gabillo, Ying Gao, Sergio Gonçalves, Constance Guisset, Aurélie Hoegy, Roberto Iñiguez, Flores Nounja Jami, Tiphaine Kazi-Tani, Olivier Koettlitz, Pierre-Damien Huyghe, David Olivier Lartigaud, Lysianne Lechot-Hirt, Pierre Litzler, Philippe Louguet, Françoise Mamert, Gilles Marion, Guilène Marion, Laurent Massaloux, Xavier Massé, Alvise Mattozzi, Bernard Moïse, Carola Mouja, Alok Nandi, Pier Paolo Peruccio, David Pilloix, Emanuele Quinz, Patricia Ribault, Gilles Rougon, Laurence Salmon, Louise Schouwenberg, Benjamin Stroun, Sophie Tinland Lelandais et Frédéric Valentin.
Copublishers: Ensad / Université Paris Sciences & Lettres / Cité du design
Publication date: May 6th 2019
BISAC codes: ART027000: ART / Study & Teaching
CLIL codes: 3077: Graphisme et image
Format: 15,5 x 24 cm (softcover)
Public price: 22 €
The print edition is distributed by les presses du réel.
ISBN version collectivités : 9782821601178
Format: Epub with fixed layout
Public price: 9,99 €
The digital edition is distributed by ABM Distribution.