23 Hurra Hurra x Ramon Tejada

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What does decolonizing design mean to you? How can designers learn from and value the knowledge that comes out of localized contexts? In this podcast episode Christian Zöllner and Ramon Tejada - Professor for Graphic Design at RISD - engage in a conversation about the urgent need to question the euro-centric design canon, making space for other voices, and the potentials of slowing down design education altogether.

#decolonizedesign #learnability #designeducation

Ramon is a (New Yorkino / Afro-Caribbean / American) designer (as Estudio Ramon) and educator based in Providence, Rhode Island. He works in a hybrid design/teaching practice focusing on collaboration, inclusion, unearthing and the responsible expansion of design, a practice he has named “puncturing.” After teaching experiences at Pratt Institute, Parsons/The New School, CUNY–Queens College and at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) Ramon is currently an Assistant Professor in the Graphic Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). As the initiator of the Decolonizing Design Reader, Ramon runs an open collaborative research collection revolving around the politics of design.

Related links:

Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle

Hurra Hurra Festival

Ramon Tejada

Decolonizing Design Reader

Design Studio 3 course @ RISD

Workshop "Throwing Stuff Under the Bus" @ Design Campus Dresden

Emergent Strategy by Adrienne Maree Brown

Old in Art School by Nell Irvin Painter

Teaching to Transgress by Bell Hooks

Dori Tustall (OCAD University, Toronto) on decolonizing design


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