New Disciplines of Making - Shared Knowledge in Doing (Mar 2017, Edinburgh UK)

Dates: 22-24 March 2017 Location: National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh UK Website: http://researchthroughdesign.org/2017/ Twitter:@RTD2...

Dates: 22-24 March 2017
Location: National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh UK
Website: http://researchthroughdesign.org/2017/
Twitter:@RTD2017
Deadline for submissions: 23 June 2016

We are excited to invite submissions for the third biennial Research Through Design (RTD) conference to be held in Edinburgh, UK, between the 22nd and 24th of March 2017. RTD supports the dissemination of practice-based research through a novel and experimental conference format, comprising a curated exhibition of design research, accompanied by round-table discussions in ‘Rooms of Interest’. The exhibition will be used as a platform for presenting and demonstrating research processes and outputs, and for generating debate on the role of the design practitioner and their work in a research context. Building on the success of the second RTD conference held in Microsoft Research’s lab in Cambridge in 2015, the third conference, RTD 2017, is to be hosted at the National Museum of Scotland (NMS) in Edinburgh. This promises to be an exciting venue for exploring new and emerging making disciplines, in a sustainably minded and socially aware community of practice. RTD 2017 offers a unique opportunity for conference exhibits to be juxtaposed with traditional curated NMS artefacts and collections, challenging contemporary and future notions of value and expertise.

We invite submissions from researcher-practitioners documenting research through design projects, including descriptions of methods, processes and insights emerging from design inquiry. It is anticipated that this will offer a departure point for rich discussion. Criteria for selection are based on the author’s presentation of artefacts (constituting research process or outcomes) and should be central to their submission. Artefacts will be included in the curated exhibition, and papers should accompany the exhibited artefact in a presentation of ‘research through design’ at the conference. Conference proceedings will be publicly available via Figshare.    

Key dates:
Submission of Abstract:  23rd June 2016
Authors Notified:  1st August 2016
Full Paper Submission Deadline:  6th October 2016

Full information of the call for submission: http://researchthroughdesign.org/2017/call-for-submissions/.

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