Politiques du design/design politics
RADDAR continues to explore the multiple facets of design. After function and interior design, the politics of design is the focus of this third issue, a theme that is in line with our scientific committee’s will to explore the burning issues that run through our societies. This latest issue explores practices that raise questions, from a fundamental critique of universalism to colonial policies, from close observation of co-design approaches to the exploitative observations of designers themselves. Historical Indochina, contemporary Lebanon, American odysseys and African approaches, inclusive typographic perspectives and multinational practices, RADDAR No.3 invites new readerships and opens up to other dimensions.
- The contents of this issue can be browsed here
- Issue also available at the museum shop
RADDAR No.3, politiques du design/design politics, co-edition mudac/T&P Work UNit, French – English, 2021, 232 pages.
The scientific direction of this third issue of RADDAR has been entrusted to Danah Abdulla, programme director of the Graphic Design Department at the Colleges of Arts of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon (University of the Arts London).
Featuring texts by Judy Attfield, Bye Bye Binary, Ludovic Duhem, Catherine Geel, Elise Goutagny, Matthew Kiem, Nolwenn Maude, Landé Pratt, Kiersten Thamm.
A joint interview with Ernesto Oroza and Olivier Peyricot, conducted by Emanuele Quinz.
Cover design by Studio Safar.
Graphic design by Julien Mercier, Rebecca Metzger and Pauline Piguet.