Intention or Attention? Humbling Design through ‘Systems Changes Learning’Intention or Attention? Humbling Design through ‘Systems Changes Learning’ Registration, Mon, May 9, 2022 at 6:30 PM | Eventbrite
If Systems Changes Learning offers a way of rethinking systems thinking, might it also offer a path towards rethinking designing?
About this event
Systems Changes Learning (SCL) is a body of work that offers an updated way of thinking about and responding to change. The three premises of SCL dramatically reposition how we look and understand changes: as rhythms over time that might shift, in accord with the natures of the systems involved.
What could we learn from mapping the SCL premises to designing? This presentation will explore the potential influence that Systems Changes Learning could have on designing and designers, in philosophies, in methods, and in practices.
As a core member of the SCL Circle, Zaid will extend the framing of “humility” – from his Major Research Project “Responding to Complexity with Humility” (2020) – as a lens through which to examine and explore new modes of designing.
Please see: https://wiki.st-on.org/2022-05-09 for for a fuller description and pre-readings.
Open-minded novices and learners are always welcomed. We’ll try to keep the conversations understandable by the layman, and entertain questions for clarification.
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