LEAD was a leadership programme designed to make participants think deeper and differently on technology shifts, innovation processes and sustainable development. The four month long LEAD programme was a joint initiative between the Stockholm Resilience Centre (Stockholm University) and the Swedish Institute.
Experience Design can be defined as the design of intangibles over time, or in other words: the design of experiences, situations or systems. Experience Design investigates the interplay between meaning and sensation within immersive experiences. It is a holistic, human-centered and transdisciplinary practice of design, devoted to innovation and solving societies biggest challanges.
To this end, my work focus on the creation of hybrid practices and methodologies, synthesizing emerging paradigms of experiential and practical knowledge, technology, health, resilient thinking and the experience economy with art and design.
“After extended consideration of all submissions I am delighted to let you know that the Programming Committee would like to invite you to present your final paper at our international Designing Experience-conference to be held at the Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU from 27 to 29 November 2014.”
Check the freshly published video "Balticlab - Connecting Creative Minds", a journey into the Balticlab experience. With reflections from me and Mikolaj Norek as facilitators and content designers, from the Balticlab participants on their discoveries and challenges throughout the programme in 2014, as well as contributions from the Balticlab mentors and inspirational speakers.
Memory is the theme for the second edition of FRAMES-Portuguese Film Festival. FRAMES, that I am directing together with Carlos Pereira, will take place between the 24st to the 29th of November in Filmhuset, Stockholm and will have an extension in Gothenburg between the 4th and the 6th of December.