New Worlds, Philosophies and Practices
Tony Fry is Adjunct Professor, Architecture and Design, University of Tasmania, and Visiting Professor, Universidad de Ibagu, Colombia. His research interests span philosophy of design, urban design, futures, conflict studies, and post-development and cultural theory. His latest book is Defuturing: A New Design Philosophy (2020). Adam Nocek is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy of Technology in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University. He is the founding director of the Center for Philosophical Technologies at ASU and the author of Molecular Capture: The Animation of Biology (2020).
Editors Introduction: "Design In Crisis, Introducing a Problematic" ; PART I INTRODUCTION "Postdevelopment, Decoloniality and Plural Futures" ; 1. "Designing as a Future Praxis for the Healing of the Web of Life" ; 2. "Sacrifices That Do Not Work in Crisis ; 3. "When Design Goes South: From Decoloniality, Through Declassification to Dessobons" ; 4. "The Designing of Time" ; PART II INTRODUCTION "Decolonizing Artifice" ; 5. "Designing in the World of the Naturalized Artificial" ; 6. "Governmental Designing: On the Transcendental Mediation of the Algorithm" ; 7. "Design's Missing Others and Their Incommensurate Worlds" ; PART III INTRODUCTION "Farewell to Discipline" ; 8. "Unlearning and Relearning Design" ; 9. "Knowing What Needs: Design, Refusal, and Making Otherwise" ; 10. "The Institutional Gap in Critical Design Studies" ; AFTERWORD "Closing in on Crisis, Opening out of Design"