In the past few decades, individuals have experienced dramatic changes in some of the most established dimensions of human life: time, space, matter, and individuality. Minds today must be able to synthesize such transformations, whether they are working across several time zones, travelling between satellite maps and nanoscale images, drowning in information, or acting fast in order to preserve some slow downtime. Design and the Elastic Mind focuses on designers ability to grasp momentous advances in technology, science and social mores and convert them into useful objects and systems. The projects included range from nanodevices to vehicles, appliances to interfaces and building facades, pragmatic solutions for everyday use to provocative ideas meant to influence our future choices. Designed by award-winning book designer Irma Boom, this volume also features essays by Paola Antonelli; design critic and historian Hugh Aldersey- Williams; visualization design expert Peter Hall; and nanophysicist Ted Sargent that further explore the promising relationship between design and science.For a fuller discussion of copyright issues, see my note 5 on p. 160 of this volume. 3. ... The Slow Food movement was launched in Italy in 1986 to restore the pleasure of aquot;realaquot; food. It was so successful ... iBelieve lanyard for iPod Shuffle. 2005.
|Title||:||Design and the Elastic Mind|
|Author||:||Paola Antonelli, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)|
|Publisher||:||The Museum of Modern Art - 2008|