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Ward, Matt
Languages: English
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Subjects: W200

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In an epoch in which time has speeded up and where we are forever looking to the future, more emphasis has been placed on designers to imagine new and unthought-of of possibilities. This lecture looks at the ways in which the future is made and unmade in the context of design processes.
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