for Design Pedagogy and Theory

Which »Burning Questions« for design pedagogy keep you from sleeping at night? Where do you spot mistakes, omissions or blind spots? Which questions do you have for today's decision makers or the next generation? Which current structures would you like to address? Which question makes you angry or emotional?

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»Remember how easy it is to write a version of history – a kind of fiction – that reproduces someone's blind spots and then, through repetition, becomes fact. […]
Remember how easy it is to not hear the words of choirs and masses, because they speak over and through each other. Annoying, too loud, too messy.«

Sara Kaaman (2021): Once Upon a Time.
In: Hrsg.: Anja Kaiser, Rebecca Stephany. Glossary of Undisciplined Design.
Leipzig: Spector Books, p. 27