DAMNº Brexit Talk
BREXIT. TICK-TOCK. WHEN WILL THE DEADLINE STOP? NEXT WEEK? NEXT MONTH? NEXT YEAR? NEVER? AS PEOPLE ON BOTH SIDES OF THE DEBATE PULL THEIR HAIR OUT, DAMN° HOSTS A PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE CULTURAL IMPACT OF BREXIT.
WHEN: TUESDAY 9 APRIL / 4-7PM
WHERE: CAFFÈ POPULAIRE, LAMBERT & FILS + DWA DESIGN STUDIO, ALCOVA, VIA POPULI UNITI 11-13, MILAN
Alex Coles, art and design critic and editor, author of The Transdisciplinary Studio and professor of transdisciplinary studies at Huddersfield University, UK.
Marcus Fairs, founder and editor-in-chief of Dezeen, contributor to Blueprint, The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday and Conde Nast Traveller.
Max Fraser, design commentator, consultant and author, founder of Spotlight Press, former deputy director of the London Design Festival.
Manick Govinda, freelance arts consultant, helped co-found Artists for Brexit and the Pro-Brexit Creative Network, part-time programme director for SPACE.
Colum Leith, leader of graphic design at UWE Bristol and based at Arnolfini, educator and pamphleteer.
Dr Sandra Phlippen, economist and sociologist with ABN AMRO and Erasmus School of Economics (Rotterdam).
Zuleika Sedgley, senior copywriter at Pentagram, and creative at Do The Green Thing.
Matthew Ward, senior lecturer at Goldsmiths (University of London), designer, writer and founder member of DWFE, previously research affiliate to MIT Media Lab.
Andrew Waugh, architect, co-founder of award-winning practice Waugh Thistleton, champion of timber construction and environmentally sustainable architecture and design.
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THANKS TO ALCOVA AND LAMBERT & FILS FOR OPENING UP THEIR SPACE AND ALLOWING US TO DO SOME TALKING. CAFFÈ POPULAIRE IS A SIX-DAY CONCEPT CAFFÈ AND A CO-PRODUCTION BETWEEN LAMBERT & FILS AND DWA DESIGN STUDIO.
FOLLOWING THE EVENT, THERE WILL BE AN APERO TO LAUNCH DAMN°72: SMALLER IN SIZE BUT BIGGER IN IDEAS.
SO EVEN IF YOU CAN’T MAKE THE TALK, ALL ARE WELCOME.