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RSD11 symposium
RSD11 Speakers
Critical and pluriversal design for a world in crisis

Critical and pluriversal design for a world in crisis

RSD11 Keynote: Dr Lesley-Ann Noel practices design through emancipatory, critical and anti-hegemonic lenses, focusing on equity, social justice and the experiences of people who are often excluded from design research.

Falling in Love with Complex Systems

Falling in Love with Complex Systems

RSD11 Keynote. Dr Mathilda Tham asks, “What if fear of systems and complexity were a significant barrier to urgent change? What if we didn’t save our planet because it was just all too embarrassing?”

On the Contradictions of Sustainability

On the Contradictions of Sustainability

RSD11 Keynote: Dr Danah Abdulla explores the contradictions of sustainability and considers how we can design over time and confront the effects of the products and services we think we need have on the world (and the worlds within that world).

Seeing RSD11’s Seven Foci Relationally

Seeing RSD11’s Seven Foci Relationally

RSD11 Keynote. Dr Tony Fry is a Tasmanian-based award-winning designer, cultural theorist, educator and writer. For this talk, his context: seeing the event’s seven foci relationally.