One, Two, Many or One Too Many? From prototyping to production in Kyoto
22 February 2016
Daniel’s just returned from trialling a new workshop format in the Kyoto Design Lab at the Kyoto Institute of Technology. Invited by Professor Julia Cassim to run a workshop, his proposal ‘ONE, TWO, MANY’ invited participants to think about the relationship between ideas and means of production over the course of 4 days.
It’s unlikely that the other levels on which the workshop name could be understood (1 to many, 1 too many) survived the translation process, but the challenge was accepted, as documented in their very active website and the video embedded below.
Thank you to Julia Cassim, Riku Nagasaki and the whole team at Kyoto Design Lab and looking forward to visiting again.
Our wonderful hosts
WHAT WE DO
We’ve curated exhibitions, delivered activity programmes and publications, and shaped the purpose and identity of the organisations and institutions that house them.
Facing uncertain futures, we’ve been speculating about cities and high streets, museums and shops, communities, work and education.
We’ve designed workshops and facilitated conversations, enabling big, complex and/or diverse groups of people articulate and shape their ideas
We create tools, formats and programmes, that motivate and inspire learners to unlock their potential and shift their horizons