Psychology Behind Designs
This ACEDGE Summer UNschool Spotlight with Sonam Ambe shall take an anti-disciplinary research approach to study design of spaces from the perspective of human emotions, actions and reactions.
Textile, Fashion and Space (Recording)
This ACEDGE Summer UNschool Spotlight with Textile Designer Anubhuti Beohar shall take an anti-disciplinary research approach to search, question and critique the alternative definitions of fashion.
Design in the Digital Domain (Recording)
This ACEDGE Summer UNschool Spotlight with young Architect Pranav Kashyap shall take an anti-disciplinary research approach to search, question and critique the role of technology and data in design process and production.
Read, Reflect, wRite, Repeat (Recording)
This ACEDGE Summer UNschool Communications Studio on Writing and Architectural Journalism with renowned journalist and architect Darpana Athale will simplify the process of writing and communicating design through any textual medium.
A seed (dot_1 dimension) sprouts and seeks the sun and water (line_2 dimension). It traces its path and opens up its leaves for life. As it grows it encompasses volume and encapsulates space (3 dimensions). ACEDGE Summer UNschool heralds spaces in all dimensions.
This summer UNschool we shall delve in the relations of space and design.
As we embrace the concept of anti-discipline and move towards a holistic understanding of contexts, we understand how different forms of art and design view space. This is about allied fields and their association with space. There are two parts to it, lecture series and studios.
The feature spotlight series- are about lectures, assignments, and discussions.
One spotlight every week, and two days per spotlight. One part will focus on the two Dimensional variants in the design of textiles and the use of space in fashion, one part will look at the relations between music, dance, drama, and three dimensional space, one will look at information technology and discuss digital designs and algorithms in architecture and the last will look at human psychology and connect it with design of everyday architecture.
These will be complemented by two mediums of communication, one textual other visual, both capturing and expressing space.
Writing( 2weeks) and photography (2weeks).