Watch our third video statement by RCi member (iphi Research Committee international) Miles Min Chen (Hangzhou, China). Miles Min Chen is multi-disciplinary designer; he designs from objects to technological products and interior architecture. He works for both Chinese and Western companies. He studied in Cologne, Germany, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and Milan, Italy. He lives and works in Hangzhou, China. The iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2020 #iphi2020 was postponed due to Covid-19. Instead, the international Gender Design Network / iGDN is offering space for video statements and interviews by former iphi winners and renowned design experts / members of the iphi Research Committee international. Sponsored by
We proudly present our second video statement by RCi member (iphi Research Committee international) Alice Rawsthorn (London). Thank you, Alice Rawsthorn, for your confidence and expertise! The iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2020 #iphi2020 was postponed due to Covid-19. Instead, the international Gender Design Network / iGDN is offering space for video statements and interviews by former iphi winners and renowned design experts / members of the iphi Research Committee international. Sponsored by
We are very happy to start our series of video statements about gender, design, the present and future situation. The iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2020 #iphi2020 was postponed due to Covid-19. Instead, the international Gender Design Network / iGDN is offering space for video statements and interviews by former iphi winners and renowned design experts / members of the iphi Research Committee international. Dr. Seba Ali, Assistant Professor of Music at the Lebanese American University in Beirut – was the winner of the iphigenia Gender Design Award 2019 / Revolution. She is sharing her thoughts on transitions towards new norms to come, changes to last and on what role Gender and Design are playing in these times. Sponsored by
As you may have already guessed the board and the activist group in Cologne of the iGDN, after long discussions, decided: this year’s edition of the iphi award must be postponded. At the moment, we are not able to foresee whether it will be possible to hold the award ceremony in the usual way. Furthermore, we think that a digital version would not be an adequate replacement because both the award ceremony and the supporting programme are very much defined by coming together, exchanging thoughts and ideas and sharing a great night. We do, however, continue to collect entries through our website, iphi-award.org, and from our Research Committee international (RCi). The next jury session is also postponed and will take place in spring 2021. The jury will consider all entries from this year and from 2021. We are confident that we will be able to have a great, cheerful and glamorous award ceremony again in the autumn of 2021. We wish you all the very best, and let’s stay in „touch“ (strange word meanwhile).
Wir freuen uns sehr, dass der iphiGenia Gender Design Award beim ökoRAUSCH Festival 2020 im MAKK in der Ausstellung präsentiert wird! Unter dem Titel „Nur Design rettet die Welt“ wird auch unser Beitrag sensationelle 4 Wochen im MAKK zu sehen sein – vom 28. August bis zum 24. September 2020! Dunja Karabaic Kim Huber von ökoRAUSCH haben mit uns ein Video gemacht, in dem iGDN Vorstandsmitglied Ina von Rumohr erläutert, was gendersensibles Design mit Nachhaltigkeit zu tun hat. Die redaktionelle Beratung vom iGDN lag bei Prof. Katja Becker und Claudia Herling (Vorstand iGDN), beide aktive Mitglieder des iGDN. Mehr Infos bei ökoRAUSCH Die national und international besetzte Ausstellung mit hochwertigen, nachhaltigen Produkten, innovativen Designkonzepten und Positionen aktueller Kunst im Spannungsfeld von Mensch und Natur ist das Herzstück des Festivals und wird die gesamte Zeit über in der Halle des MAKK präsentiert. Das Festivalprogramm wird zu Beginn des Festivals besonders abwechslungsreich, bietet während der vier Wochen viele Führungen und Workshops und schließt mit einem Abschluss voller Highlights. ökoRAUSCH FBökoRAUSCH insta
Trans/feminist hacking is a hybrid, nomadic and ever-changing practice embodied through diverse communities – people living continents apart are sharing ideas, concepts, positions and attitudes, enriching them with their local spirit and historical knowledge.This symposium gathers reflections, experiences and positions on trans/feminist hackspaces, communities and practices in order to discuss the chances as well as current challenges, detect patterns among groups and to eventually formulate common lines of thought. Within the framework of this gathering, we would like to address questions of how we can articulate these insights, and how we can practice them through art and design, open source development, community building, academia and activism. Michelle Christensen / Stefanie Wuschitz / Florian Conradi Schedule: 12.12.2019 13:00-22:00 13.12.2019 11:00-15:30 Location Einstein Center Digital Future Wilhelmstraße 67 10117 Berlin Registration Please register by the 10.12.2019 to:michelle.christensen(at)tu-berlin.de Programm Cornelia Sollfrank / Yuwei Lin / Mino / Ira Agrivine / Asa Rahmana / Dorothé Smit / goldjian / Deborah Hustic / Natalia Rozalia Avlona / Reni Hofmüller / Jogi Hofmüller / Verena Kuni / Denisa Kera / lizvlx …
More than 150 guests came to the Cologne Museum of Applied Arts (MAKK) on 14th November to attend the #iphi2019 awards ceremony. City officials, renowned designers and academics, as well as students from several Cologne-based universities were thrilled about the diversity, depth and quality of the award-winning works.
#iphi2019 Winners: International and Diverse
This year’s iphi winners come from Amsterdam, Beirut and San Francisco – three iphi2019 winners, three continents, but one overarching theme: their work represents smart design, free from (or against) stereotypes and it’s for this that they are being recognized. With the 2019 iphiGenia Gender Design Awards, the iGDN as the organizer of the prize has shown the significance of integrating gender issues in design.
The winners’ work and the
effect this kind of work has on consumers, clients and students has shown us
that gender issues have to be classified at the same level as human rights and
that, with design, we can do a lot to move things forward.
#ipi2018 A night of inspiration – photos by florian yeh fotografie