Professor Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Arts London, will explore the wider understanding of design in this lecture; one which acknowledges this complex relationship and is illustrated with recent work from Central Saint Martins.
Design is often associated with the design of objects – and in particular, the aesthetics, refinement and utility. In his lecture, Professor Till will suggest that this is not a sufficient description of design, as it may ignore the social, political and economic contexts in which things are produced and in which they then exist.
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