CREATE INPUT
Open Design: Products in a networked culture

29.03.2011

A revolution in product development, production and distribution is imminent due to the Internet’s disruptive nature and the easy access to CNC machines. Open Design is a proposal to make this happen. Its aim is to shift Industrial Design to become relevant in a globally networked information society.
Ronen Kadushin talks about some of his Open Design work, its context, essentials and insights expressed through this new design method.
He will share his realizations about industrial design and its relations to the Internet revolution, creativity and consumerism - and about a new design movement that is emerging around various “ Open Culture” communities, platforms and individuals.

29. March 2011 (Tuesday!)
Münzsalon
Münzstrasse 23, 10119 Berlin Mitte
Doors Open: 19.00 h, Start: 19.30 h

RSVP here: http://tinyurl.com/create-input-march2011

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