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What happens if you try to rewrite design-history and transfer it into new media?
Which are the relevant objects representing our heritage of consumer goods?
We try to ask provocative questions, we hope to get explanations by experts: what
qualifies an object as a design-classic? How strong is the influence of reissuing
producers, museums, critics, collectors or the designers themselves on
canonicalization? Who are the protagonists creating cultural identity and
which are the processes behind it?
Guests: Professor Penny Sparke (Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) Kingston University), Askan Quittenbaum (Auction of Arts, Munich), Fritz Hrusa (CEO Vitra Austria) ,Gerda Breuer (Professor for Designhistory, University of Wuppertal Germany), Harald Gruendl (Chairman of IDRV)

How does one make a classic? Circle 00001 (r=5) IDRV Institute of Design Research Vienna

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What happens if you try to rewrite design-history and transfer it into new media?
Which are the relevant objects representing our heritage of consumer goods?
We try to ask provocative questions, we hope to get explanations by experts: what
qualifies an object as a design-classic? How strong is the influence of reissuing
producers, museums, critics, collectors or the designers themselves on
canonicalization? Who are the protagonists creating cultural identity and
which are the processes behind it?
Guests: Professor Penny Sparke (Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) Kingston University), Askan Quittenbaum (Auction of Arts, Munich), Fritz Hrusa (CEO Vitra Austria) ,Gerda Breuer (Professor for Designhistory, University of Wuppertal Germany), Harald Gruendl (Chairman of IDRV)

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    How does one make a design classic? - Circle 00001

    How does one make a design classic? - Circle 00001

    Circle 00001 (r=5) - What happens if you try to rewrite design-history and transfer it into new media?
    Which are the relevant objects representing our heritage of consumer goods?
    We try to ask provocative questions, we hope to get explanations by experts: what
    qualifies an object as a design-classic? How strong is the influence of reissuing
    producers, museums, critics, collectors or the designers themselves on
    canonicalization? Who are the protagonists creating cultural identity and
    which are the processes behind it?
    Guests: Penny Sparke, Askan Quittenbaum, Fritz Hrusa ,Gerda Breuer, Harald Gruendl

    • 12 Min.

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