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
View this post on Instagram Thank you #utaBrandes and jury at the #igdn for the beautiful award #iphiGenia designed by @naa_ma. #revolution #gender #gendersensitive #design #heforshe @aesopskincare @notamuse.de #awtmag #makk #cologne #stadtköln #womenempowerment @sdel0714 #bestteamever A post shared by A W O M E N ’ S T H I N G (@awomensthing) on Nov 9, 2018 at 8:17am PST Why All Men Should Be Feminists (According to a Male Feminist)
gender-blog: von Gendersensibilität, Seesternen und kritischen Designer*innen Autorin: Johanna Forth | gender-blog | 27. November 2018 Am 8. November zeichneten wir das Unternehmen AESOP, das Magazin awomensthing und die drei jungen Initiatorinnen von notamuse mit dem iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2018 aus. Wir freuen uns über diesen schönen Bericht zum #iphi2018 auf dem gender-blog. Der blog interdisziplinäre geschlechterforschung ist der Wissenschaftsblog des Netzwerks Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung NRW. Unter den Rubriken Forschung, Debatte, Interview und Gesehen Gehört Gelesen können Autor*innen Beiträge aus dem Spektrum der Geschlechterforschung bei der Redaktion einreichen. Mitglieder des Netzwerks Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung NRW und interessierte Geschlechterforscher*innen stellen hier Forschungsergebnisse vor und beteiligen sich mit ihren Beiträgen an aktuellen Fragen und Debatten. gender-blog.de Foto: Florian Yeh
Robert Frankens keynote puts its fingers on the pulse of the times. Roberts speech impressed and inspired our guests and us. Therefore we are very happy to publish the entire keynote here for everyone to share and read. Thank you, Robert Franken! Please support our young talents: notamuse – The Book Keynote Robert Franken – all rights reserved Manuscript iphiGENIA Award Ceremony 2018 Ladies and gentlemen, good evening, it is truly an honor for me to be standing here and to be talking to you in the MAKK on a night that is celebrating excellence in design. I am already looking forward to learning more about the iphiGENIA laureates later this evening. This is gonna be fantastic. Standing here is a pretty exciting experience, too, since I do not have anything of relevance to say about design. The reason for that is easy: I am not a designer, not even close. What I am, is an activist. More or less. And, admittedly, I am an activist of privilege. My privilege is a privilege that I share with quite …
iphiGenia 2018 Gender Design Award on November 8th at 7 PM at the MAKK (Museum of Applied Art) Cologne, admission is free, doors open at 6 PM. We are extremely pleased to present the iphiGenia Gender Design Award for gender-sensitive design for the second time. The winners are: Aesop (category Evolution): The globally operating company for body-care products impresses with the gender-sensitive designs of their products, corporate communication and outstanding architecture. A Women’s Thing (category Revolution): Located in New York and published and designed by renowned international journalists and designers, the magazine surprises with unconventional gender topics and a highly innovative visual language. notamuse (new: category Volition for young design talents): This Masters’ thesis of three design students is an impressive publication about women in graphic design as self-confident protagonists. Furthermore: Guest speaker: Robert Franken, consultant (Male Feminists Europe, #HeForShe Germany, amongst others). He supports companies in digital change, focusing on diversity and gender equality. Hosting: Petra Hesse, MAKK Intro and Chair: Prof. Uta Brandes Board Members: Prof. Uta Brandes, Claudia Herling, Uta Flick Laudationen: Prof. Uta Brandes, …
Naama Agassi, an object designer based in Tel Aviv designed and produced the three trophies for iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2018. We are curious about the young talent and her conceptional and beautiful works. Here are our questions: Please give us a brief insight into your vita so far. Naama Agassi: My studio is currently based in Tel Aviv. I received my master’s degree from Design Academy Eindhoven and presented my work in museums and exhibitions around the world (e.g., Milan Design Week, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Estonian Museum for Applied Art and Design in Tallinn, Design Museum Holon and more). I do mostly object and product design, but I tend to approach the object as a means to communicate a wide range of research subjects and conceptual frameworks. How do you feel about designing the trophies for iphiGenia Gender Design Award 2018? Naama Agassi: I was very excited to be chosen to design iGDN’s iphiGenia Gender Design Award. In my work, I seek to highlight the relationship between design and cultural perceptions …