How do we deal with uncertainties and complexities in design educations? How do we reflect on our own practice and accept "bumpiness" in our processes and results? In this podcast episode Christian Zöllner speaks with the New York - and since a long time also Berlin based - designer and teacher Prem Krishnamurthy.
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Prem Krishnamurthy is a designer, curator, writer, and teacher based in Berlin and New York. He was guest at the Hurra Hurra Festival and prototyped a lecture performance on "Ways of Graphic Design-ing". He currently directs Wkshps, a multidisciplinary design practice, is artistic director of FRONT International 2022, the Cleveland triennial of contemporary art, and organizes Commune, an emergent, multiform workshop that practices artistic tools for social transformation. Prem received the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Communications Design in 2015. In March 2020, he started a live, collaborative, virtual event series called Present! as part of the artist collective Home Cooking. His experimental, ever-changing, electronic book, P!DF, is available online.