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Broadcast:
Climate Summit

Wed, Apr 15, 2020    1pm

Climate Summit

A 90-minute assembly to explore the terms for a common ground on how collectively sense, discuss and address climate, organized by Andrés Jaque and Xiaoxi Chen.

The Climate Summit convenes students across all GSAPP programs to present specific stories of CLIMATE and CLIMATE CRISIS, to trigger a collective discussion on the learnings that GSAPP, as a collectively inquiring milieu, can extract from the details of climate as it happens. The discussion will focus on rethinking what are the methodological and ontological evolutions design practices face, in entering and operating in a CLIMATE paradigm.

Presentations by Andrés Jaque, Daniel Barber, Jorge Otero Pailos, Kevin Hai Pham, Luyi Huang & Xinglu Zhu, Madison Story, Ibrahim Kombarji, Jamie Lindsey, Zhan Shi, Iyad Abou Gaida & Jumana Abbas, Azul Klix, Marylynn Pauline Antaki, Frederico Gualberto Castello Branco Gonçalves, Qian Xu & Bingyu Lin, and Marcos Mouronte & Max Martin