Therme Art Program

THERME FORUM: SOCIAL SCULPTURE: SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS FULL VIDEO

We are experiencing a shift from an economy based on ownership, to one based on participation and experience. How can contemporary design create not objects, but systems where objects are manifestations of a greater cause. How can mainstream awareness be redesigned through art, design, architecture and urban planning?

 

On December 6, 2018 Therme Art Program co-hosted the prestigious Design Miami/ Talks Program, which included a 3-part series of Therme Forum conversations on sustainability, body and art in design, architecture and urban planning.

We are experiencing a shift from an economy based on ownership to one based on participation and experience. How can contemporary design create not only objects, but also systems in which objects are manifestations of a greater cause? ‘Social Sculpture: Sustainability and Social Systems’ explored how mainstream awareness can be redesigned through art, design, architecture, and urban planning.

Panelists:
Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst, Founding Partner, FuturePace
Nikolai Haas, Artist
Simon Haas, Artist
Francis Kéré, Founder & Lead Architect, Kéré Architecture
Claudia Paetzold, Art Advisor and Artistic Director Ik Lab

Moderated by:
Mikolaj Sekutowicz, Curator, Therme Art Program
Sara Faraj, Secretary of the Therme Art Program Advisory Board

Therme Forum was co-curated by Design Miami/ and Therme Art Program and co-hosted by Mikolaj Sekutowicz and Sara Faraj

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