The latest showcasing of SoAD students work is a brilliant exhibition by MA Sustainable Design Students. This exhibition highlights research positioning projects developed by students on the MA Sustainable Design course. It comprises practical and theoretical works currently being developed to interrogate the complex, often wicked, challenges of sustainable development.
Students have curated work they have produced as part of the ‘Presents’ and ‘Studio’ modules. Each project examines a particular challenge or opportunity, with the view to develop new understandings of the subject and new opportunities for progress.
Themes explored include – heritage & colonialism, sustainability & luxury, menstruation, physical health, commoning, food, bio-materials, fashion, loneliness, violence, education, and complexity.
The ‘Presents’ module showcases a series of films that provide a contextual framing of topics examined by this group of students.
The ‘Studio’ module, represents the development of ideas through a series of self-directed projects currently being developed through design research practice.
Collectively, these projects provide an overview of established and emerging debates in the field of sustainable design. Not to be missed.